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The first summit of the University of the City of Tomorrow aims to launch a sustainable movement for a low-carbon city for all
The first summit of the “Université de la Ville de Demain” (University of the City...
Paving the way for a low-carbon city for all: the Palladio Foundation and La Fabrique de la Cité launch the “Université de la Ville de Demain”
In partnership with La Fabrique de la Cité, the Palladio Foundation brings together 150 personalities to lay the foundations for a low-carbon city for all.
A new online tool highlighting 19 solutions for funding mobility in a post-carbon world
In addition to its new report “Funding mobility in a post-carbon world”, La Fabrique de...
Funding mobility in a post-carbon world
In the aftermath of a health crisis that has brought many cities to a standstill, the...
Through Cities in Crisis: join our new cycle of meetings and publications
Like all organizations, La Fabrique de la Cité sees its projects disrupted by the health...
Smart cities, between global circulation and local cultures
Here is a summary of this session: Smart cities, between global circulation and local cultures –...
Resilience: an operational concept?
To learn more: The cityportrait of Pittsburgh The cityportrait of Hamburg Our report about urban resilience
Yearbook: The acceleration – Urban realities 2019
Mobility financing, the opposition to large infrastructure and urban planning project, smart cities, the effects...
2020 New Year’s reception – Will the city of tomorrow be shaped by Google?
With smart city projects led by tech giants spreading across cities, La Fabrique de la...
Living in 20 years: which scenarios for the future of French territories?
What will French territories and metropolises be like in 2040? Such is the question at...
Inventing the future of urban highways
Aurélien Bellanger defines these highways as “fake maps of the territory, blending the hostility and...
What role can digital technology play in addressing mobility challenges?
The digital revolution, or the illusion of urban decongestion Contrary to its promises, tech has not...