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New projects, sustainable development, renewable energy, solidarity… this proposed itinerary follows a route from the green islands within the 1970s housing developments to the major urban developments of this changing neighborhood.
Thermal renovation, new energy-positive social housing, recovery of greywater heat, sustainable food production, solar panels, innovative urban features and green spaces... All punctuate this eastern route through the 11th arrondissement.
In the Brulon-Cîteaux neighbourhood, this itinerary takes in the first "Green street", the Aligre market, a wash house, the Viaduc des Arts, the Coulée Verte, a sparkling water fountain, beehives, a hen house, shared garden projects and soft mobility.
Squares, small streets, gardens and community gardens, shady squares, urban renovations, contributors to a sustainable Paris and environmentally friendly transportation are the key words for this journey through the capital's most densely populated district.
This route along the river through the center of Paris takes in newly planted vegetation on the riverbanks, pedestrian amenities, biodiversity and historical monuments.
A "countrified"district, redevelopments, a reservoir of non-drinking water, a disused aqueduct, a green roof, acteurs du Paris Durable, gentle mobility and biodiversity are all features of this itinerary in the east of Paris.
A drinking water reservoir, parks from the French Second Empire and the 1930s, eco-neighbourhoods, a picturesque housing estate, soft mobility, the Petite Ceinture railway line and biodiversity are just some of the highlights of this walk.
This park, covering a surface area of 30 hectares (75 acres), is both a botanical garden and sanctuary harbouring a wealth of plant and animal biodiversity.
To the East, this riverside trail between the Tolbiac bridge and the Tino Rossi garden combines Paris's port city heritage, the modern redevelopment of the riverbanks and the river's great biodiversity.
This route includes pedestrianised zones, biodiversity, green spaces and historic monuments.
A picturesque walk from the Canal Saint-Martin down to the Seine, taking in former faubourgs, an eco-corridor, a community garden and a contributor to sustainable development.
This stroll involves a look at greening, passive-energy housing, urban agriculture, collective composting, sustainable food, rooftop vegetable gardens, solar panels and a ground-coupled heat exchanger.
An ecological corridor, Parisian biodiversity reserves, bio-indicators, new projects on the banks of the Seine, recommendations promoting biodiversity : this itinerary follows the western section of the Seine, which acts as an eco-lifeline in Paris.
Walk through the heart of this area of Paris and discover an eco-district, a photovoltaic solar power plant and along the way new gardens encouraging the development of biodiversity.
This walk includes garden design, botany, biodiversity and cultural heritage, taking you from the rue de Babylone to the Champ-de-Mars.
A haven of Parisian biodiversity, a flagstone garden, community gardens, dovecotes, new HQE sustainable developments, sustainable transport, trams and collective actions… this itinerary takes you from the Petite Ceinture former railway line to Montparnasse cemetery.
Sustainable constructions, green roofs and walls, eco-friendly green spaces, non-potable water networks, differentiated garden management, noteworthy trees, sustainable tourism, positive energy buildings and pneumatic waste collection are all features of the largest eco-district in Paris.
This route along the western section of the Seine leads from the Pont de l'Alma bridge to the Parc André Citroën, via the Allée des Cygnes with new developments on the riverbanks, spawning sites, water management, river traffic, biodiversity.
Unspoilt nature, locks, a rack and pinion bridge, river traffic and eco-buildings are among the highlights of the route from the Canal Saint-Denis to the Bassin de la Villette.
Wild and cultivated nature, a dovecote, convenient composting facilities at the foot of apartment buildings, renovation of social housing units, and the redevelopment of this neighbourhood are all featured within this tightly knit network of parks, squares, community gardens and avenue trees.