« Mirroring Paris /Shanghai » Urban Development Workshop : « New metropolitan mobility: 2035 Urban Scenarios for Paris and Shanghai » – Institut d’Etudes Avancées (Paris) – 27 mars 2018
« Mirroring Paris /Shanghai » Urban Development Workshop : « New metropolitan mobility: 2035 Urban Scenarios for Paris and Shanghai »
Promoted by: « Innovative Metropolitan Mobility » – IMM Chair (ENSAS-CAUP/Tongji-SYSTRA), UMR AUSser (UMR 3329 of CNRS) – Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS) – IEA Paris
Scientific coordinators: Prof. Cristiana Mazzoni, Director of the French-Chinese « Innovative Metropolitan Mobility » Chair, Prof. TU Qiyu, Institute of Urban and Demographic Studies, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Lieu : Institut d’Etudes Avancées, 17, quai d’Anjou – 75004 Paris
Date : 27 mars 2018, 14h-18h
Inscription obligatoire avant lundi 26 mars / mandatory registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Abstract : the workshop “Mirroring Paris / Shanghai – New metropolitan mobility: 2035 Urban Scenarios for Paris and Shanghai” is aligned with the current French national policy of strengthening French partnerships with China. During the state visit of 8-10 January 2018, the President of the People’s Republic of China and the President of the French Republic jointly decided to increase the level of the overall French-Chinese strategic partnership based on: the common will to act and to deepen cooperation for the environment and to fight against climate change; the launching of a “French-Chinese Year on the Environment” in order to reinforce dialogue on the subjects concerned and to implement joint projects on sustainable cities; strengthening cooperation in scientific research and innovation in all areas.
Organized within the framework of the “Innovative Metropolitan Mobility” Chair, with the support of UMR AUSser, SASS Shanghai and IEA of Paris, the Workshop is consistent with the “Paris, mirrored cities” program (MSH, 2007-2009) and offers the opportunity to launch a new IMM Chair program on the comparison of Paris and Shanghai 2035 urban planning scenarios, focusing on innovative mobility.
The workshop will be held in the presence of a Chinese delegation of experts and politicians from Shanghai Municipality and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, who will present ongoing work related to the “Shanghai 2035” scenario. A comparative/mirroring approach will be introduced via Parisian urban developments related to mobility and the Grand Paris scenarios, focusing on the evolution of urban centralities of the first and second metropolitan belts and the presentation of the actions carried out by the Ateliers de maitrise d’œuvre urbaine.