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MIRO 3

Period: december 2013 - december 20156

This project, funded by the french ministry MEDDTL, will finalise the main ouputs of the MIRO project funded by the french ANR-08-VD-00 MIRO (2009-2013). MIRO aimed at exploring, by simulation, the possible impacts of urban policies on spatio-temporal accessibility of citizens and their daily mobility. In such perspective, a main agent-based simulator and two derived serious games were constructed. Coordinateur scientifique : Arnaud Banos, Géographie-cités Partenaires scientifiques : Sonia (...)

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La rétraction des services et commerces dans les villes petites et moyennes

Period: 2017 - 2019

This research aims to analyze the challenges of the spatial shrinkage of public and private services in small and medium-sized towns. Drawing from the litterature on “shrinking cities”, the terms “shrinking”, “decrease”, “decline”, will be questionned in order to better describe the specificity of the contemporary tendency towards a reduction of services in small and medium size towns. Quantitative and qualitative methods will be used. Proposing a methodology to describe the shrinking process of (...)

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Agriculture of tomorrow?

Period: 2012- 2013

During the period 2011-2014, the National Program on the Seine (PIREN-Seine) develops a research axis dedicated to agriculture of/for tomorrow in the Seine basin. The contribution of the UMR Géographie-Cités (S. Barles dir., S. Bognon, P. Marty) for 2012-2013 consists, together with the UMR Sisyphe, in the analysis of Paris food system on the basis of the territorial ecology approach, particularly by defining Paris food supply areas and describing the related nitrogen flows. In addition, and (...)

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Interdisciplinary Research Programme "City and Environment" (PIRVE)

Period: 2012- 2013

The Interdisciplinary Research Programme "City and Environment" (PIRVE), created in 2006, is supported by the CNRS and the French Ministry of Sustainable development. After three calls for research proposals, it funds (or has funded) 37 research projects. It now enters its closing phase, to which is dedicated the current contract with PUCA.
Its director is Sabine Barles since (...)

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Les communs fonciers urbains : les dispositifs collectifs d’accès au sol dans les villes en développement

Period: 2017 - 2020

Les communs fonciers urbains favorisent-ils l’inclusion urbaine ?
Recherche commandée par la Direction Innovation, Recherches et Savoirs de l’Agence Française de Développement et réalisée par le laboratoire Géographie-cités (Université Paris 1, Paris 7 et CNRS)
L’accès au sol pour l’habitat constitue un défi important dans de nombreuses villes du Sud global. Le système de la propriété privée individuelle, reposant sur les offres proposées par l’État ou par le marché, est inaccessible à de nombreux ménages. (...)

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Post-car Ile-de-France

Period: 2017 - 2018

This project explore the possibility of a transition toward lifestyles that are less dependent on the use of personal vehicles, while still fulfilling the aspirations of Ile-de-France residents. This project is funded and supervised by the Mobile Lives forum, a research and prospective institute supported by SNCF to prepare for the mobility transition.
The research is divided into three steps:
A phase including a literature review followed by an analysis of current mobility practices in (...)

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PIREN Seine - Phase 7 -

Period: 2015 - 2019

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The role of the Seine estuary in the territorial ecology of Normandy: nutrient cycles and hydro-agro-food systems

Period: 2014 - 2018

The Seine estuary plays a key role in the metabolism of Normandy and in its relationships with Paris conurbation. The Seine estuary is a major transport axis, an ecosystem, a resource, and is of major importance in the Seine basin metabolism, with huge consequences for the estuary and the coastal ecosystems. The RESET project is based on the conceptual framework provided by territorial ecology, and aims at better understanding the biogeochemical functionning of the estuary in connexion to (...)

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An analysis of construction materials in Île-de-France region (France) based on territorial ecology

Period: January 2012- December 2012

Material consumption is a major issue at international, national and local level. Territorial ecology aims at better understanding this consumption on a local basis, taking into account the eco-socio-systemic conditions characterizing each particular territory. It also aims at improving territorial metabolism on a sustainable basis. Such an ambition necessitates a better characterisation of territorial metabolism. The aim of the project is to give the methodological bases of material flow (...)

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Lieux et hauts lieux des densités intermédiaires

Period: 2011- 2014

Parmi les clichés attachés au périurbain, parfois repris dans la littérature scientifique, celui du " non lieu " reste encore très prégnant, ces derniers étant définis comme des espaces mono-fonctionnels, cloisonnés, seulement traversés et in fine peu propices aux relations sociales. On a par ailleurs souvent tendance à considérer que le périurbain serait dépourvu de " hauts lieux ", qui resteraient des figures emblématiques des zones denses. Le parti pris du projet est de proposer un changement radical (...)

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