Who benefits from Paris? A "World" conference in Paris on January 30th

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Paris has more than ever the wind in its sails. In the race for the podiums of the cities of the world, the capital is in 2018 among the most attractive cities, behind New York and London. In the last ten years, about 600 thirds of the sites have been established in Greater Paris, including over one hundred incubators. With the Grand Paris Express project, its 200 kilometers of automatic metro lines and 68 new stations, Paris is establishing itself as a global city. It is one of the metropolises that develops an ambitious climate policy and relies on the circular economy.

But the capital also suffers from a housing crisis, accessible only to the richest. The square meter is twice as expensive as Lyon, four times more expensive than Marseille. With the development of short-term rental platforms, downtown neighborhoods are abandoned by their inhabitants for the benefit of wealthy tourists.

Who benefits from Paris? Can we still transform the capital? These questions will be at the center of a morning of debate organized by The worldWednesday, January 30, at the launch of the "Le Monde Cities" innovation awards. WeWork coworking space (Paris IXis), from 8:30 to 12:30

Register here (free entry)

8:30 coffee reception

9 hours Introduction by Albane Godard, director of the Urban Lab.

9 h 20 The collaborative economy, the dream or the nightmare of the Parisians?

Isabelle Baraud Serfaty, founder of Ibicity (council of urban economy), Antoinette Guhl, deputy mayor of Paris, responsible for "the circular economy and social innovation.

9:50 Paris, city of the rich?

Monique Pinçon-Charlot and Michel Pinçon, sociologists.

10:10 am Focus on Vienna in Austria Aurore Meyfroidt, geographer at ENS Lyon.

10:20 Paris is too much or not enough for the weather?

Charlotte Izard, climate action network.

10:30 Answers to the climate challenge

Urban hedges, urban development start-ups for better rainwater management.

The alchemists, start-ups of the transformation of food waste into compost.

11 hours break

11.15 am The attraction of Paris favors Greater Paris?

With Daniel Béhar, professor at the Urban Planning School in Paris, Olivier Klein, Mayor of Clichy-sous-Bois, Eugénie Lefebvre, Director of General Stores (BETC Agency).

11:45 am Can we still transform Paris?

12:15 Launch of the fourth season of awards " The world of urban innovation

Register here (free entry)

A morning organized in collaboration with Saint-Gobain and the post office.

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