Forum THNS 2017

Le THNS de 2017 s’est matérialisé par deux évènements distincts mais reliés entre eux :
 Le premier a eu lieu à Paris le 25 septembre dans le cadre du 9ème FCPAE et à Rennes, où la délégation chinoise a été reçue par la Ville de Rennes, Rennes Métropole, la Chambre de Commerce, avec l’appui du cluster EcoOrigin et d’IFADUR.
 Le second à l’Université de TONGJI à Shanghai (18 et 19 novembre 2017)

L’adoption en 2016 par 48 pays de la norme ISO 37101 sur les villes durables est un évènement important pour les professionnels impliqués dans la conception et la gestion urbaines.

6 finalités sont identifiées par la norme comme permettant de sélectionner les actions les plus efficaces, qui seront menées dans 12 domaines d’actions.
Les 6 finalités :
 Préservation de l’environnement
 Utilisation de ressources renouvelables
 Cohésion sociale

12 domaines d’action :
1. Gouvernance/engagement/autonomie
2. Éducation et capacité à construire.
3. Innovation/créativité/recherche.
4. Santé et soin.
5. Culture et identité collective.
6. Vivre ensemble/interdépendance/mutualisation.
7. Économie/production et consommation durables.
8. Conditions de vie et de travail durables.
9. Sûreté et sécurité.
10. Infrastructures collectives.
11. Mobilité.
12. Biodiversité et services écosystémiques

Rapport des communications en français :
Programme :

The THNS of 2017 is composed of two distinct but interconnected events :
 The first one was hold in Paris on 25 September in the 9th FCPAE Forum and in Rennes, where the Chinese delegation was received by Municipality, Urban Community, and Chamber of Commerce, with the support of the cluster of Ecoorigin and IFADUR.
 The second at the University of Tongji in Shanghai (November 18 and 19, 2017)

The adoption in 2016 by 48 countries of the ISO 37101 standard on sustainable cities is an important event for professionals involved in urban design and management.

The six goals :
 Preservation of the environment
 Use of renewable resources
 Social cohesion

12 fields of action :
1. Governance / Commitment / Autonomy
2. Education and ability to build.
3. Innovation / creativity / research.
4. Health and care.
5. Culture and collective identity.
6. Living together / interdependence / mutualisation.
7. Sustainable economics / production and consumption.
8. Sustainable living and working conditions.
9. Safety and security.
10. Collective Infrastructure.
11. Mobility.
12. Biodiversity and ecosystem services

Document joint : Final program
Document joint : THNS Report
Document joint : Guidebook

Collective Infrastructure
18-11-2017 Spatial planning in Shenzhen to build a low carbon city1.   

Lu Jia (Dr.), Shenzhen Urban Planning and Development Research Center, China

Cities are the key to sustainability. According to the State of the World’s City 2008/2009 (UN-HABITAT, 2008), 60% of the world people will live in cities. To abate urban CO2 emission and energy (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 Loop city, a more sustainable urban form  

Liguo LI, Chinese director of ifadur (l’institut franco-chinois d’architecture et de développement durable urbain et rural) and Co-founded the Sino-French Architectural Communication Society in 2005.

The Strategic Master Plan of Doumen District of Zhuhai City is an outcome of the cooperative efforts between the municipal government of Zhuhai and the urban planners of IFADUR (Franco-chinois (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 Gated communities, identify the context of resilience and social interaction in vietnamese cities  

Khanh Toan VUONG, Hanoi Architectural University, Faculty of Urban Management, Km10, Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam
Thai Huyen NGUYEN, Hanoi Architectural University, Faculty of Urban and Rural Planning, Km10, Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam

In the world, urban areas with relatively "closed" or "separate" patterns have been formed for a long time due to particular origin, culture, religion or traditional habits and/or to guarantee (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 Shanghai 2040, integration between urban transport and land use  

Jian Zhuo, deputy head of the Department of Urban Planning at the College of Architecture and Urban Planning of the University of Tongji (Shanghai)

The new comprehensive master plan of Shanghai, Shanghai 2040, has been elaborated and will be soon approved and implemented. It is the first time that the municipal government of Shanghai (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 How to bring well-being to our cities through public transport mobility ?  

Régine CHARVET PELLO, Directrice Générale de RCP Design

RCP is an industrial design agency specialized in urban mobility, public transportation, stations and public transport lines. RCP thinks of public space as a sensory experience to make urban (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 Big data : impact of timetable data on railway business In Europe  

Marc GUIGON, Director of Passenger Department, UIC

In Europe, each railway undertaking builds its own timetable data, based on the needs of customers, company policies and local authorities for regional or commuter trains. The Forum Train Europe (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 The Booster of Active Mobility : Projects in Brittany  

 Jean-Luc Hannequin , Direcfor, Chamber of commerce and Industry of Rennes
 presented by Jean-François JANIN, Chairman of the Association URBA 2000

It’s a national program, located in Brittany region. The links between the organization of economic activities and mobilty are extremely important. The reduction of costs of mobility can be a (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 The new french mobility policy.  

Michel Rostagnat, Permanent Member of General Council for Environment and Sustainable Development (CGEDD), at the French Ministry for Ecological and Inclusive Transition, in charge of Mobility and Transportation items.

Current French policy is restraining the development of major projects for the benefit of maintenance of rail and road networks, to answer the daily needs and expectations of French people. Big (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 Autonomous-rail Rapid Transit  

Yunqing Hu, Director of the Intelligent Control Technique Department, in CRRC ZIC research institute of electrical technology & material engineering.

With the fast-paced process of urbanization process, car onwnership in China is increasing rapidly, however the road area increase very slow during this period. Currently our urban railway (...)  Suite
Education and ability to build
18-11-2017 The international stakes of the ISO 37101 standard for sustainable cities ?-  

 Francine Depras, Administrator of the CMA-UNESCO, Deputy Secretary-General
 Presented by Jean-François JANIN, Chairman of the Association URBA 2000

The adoption in 2016 of the international standard ISO 37101 by 48 countries, makes it possible to question the evolution of normative systems and their use by different public and private actors (...)  Suite
Innovation / creativity / research.
18-11-2017 Skills for Innovative Metropolitan Mobility : Europe_2030  

Cristiana Mazzoni, UMR AUSser, FAN Lang, Vice Chief Engineer, Chongqing Transport Planning Institute

The idea is to establish a digital e-governance model (IMM-model) addressed to enhance innovative mobility and connectivity scenarios in the large metropolitan area of EU cities (polycentric (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 City Care and Body ecology : proof of concept of Sleepzone in Shanghaï  

Nathalie PLET, psychanalist researcher CRPMS Paris 7 / associated researcher CIMTC Pitié Salpêtrière / Chairman association Arts et Mouvement-Picardie

Nathalie Plet is associated reseacher and scientific director of a program in La Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital. One part of his work speak about Thinking – Body and Territory. The setting « Sleepzone » (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 Energy Efficiency Potentials in Public Urban Traffic  

Lothar Fickert , Professor emeritus ,Institute of Electrical Power Systems, Graz University of Technology

The increase in urban population in recent years has led to a surge in demand for rail transit in large cities, and more and more electricity is being used for public transport to meet the (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 The reflection of bus right road planning practice in Chongqing  

FU Yan, Chongqing Transport Planning Institute, Vice Chief Engineer

City traffic development is the consensus of bus priority, bus priority is the key bus priority right, the domestic city has gone through ten years of history, Chongqing is also true. In 2008, (...)  Suite
18-11-2017 Five Steps to Raise City Quality  

Weiwei Lin, a Program Officer of the Low Carbon Cities Program at Energy Foundation China

Living together / interdependence / mutualisation
18-11-2017 Mangroves urbaines / Du métro à la ville Paris / Montréal / Singapour  

 David MANGIN, Architect Professor at the School of Architecture of Marne-La-Vallée and ENPC, Associate architect-co-manager of SEURA Architects, Member
of the scientific councils of Puca ...
 Cristina GARCEZ, urban planning architect, director of urban strategies (Scientific and Technical Center of Building - CSTB)
 Florence BOUGNOUX, urban planning architect
 Laurène CENDREY, architect

Transportation system can be connected directly with the city within a network of buildings, (malls offices, housing ....) this study shows lot of opportunity and now to connect both of (...)  Suite