Resource Circulation in France

01 Bordeaux respire RESOURCE CIRCULATION IN FRANCE 1 2 3 4 6 FOREST LAND WATER HARBOUR 5 2 CITY LAND LANDSCAPE RESOURCE FOREST LAND WATER HARBOUR PROJECT SITE 3,2 km 0 dist. 0 9,3 km dist. production - transformation 0 7,8 km dist. 0 6,7 km dist. 0 6 km 0 2 km Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Storage / distribution Large-scale logistics Increased use Project opportunities Carbon territory Dependent territory Leisure Forestry Wood transformation Energy source Grain mill Biodiversity Carbon sink Subsistence crops Leisure Compensation territory Microclimate Landmarks Biodiversity Farming Agroforestry BORDEAUX Radar of singularities make scales meet. Sample fragment of territory. Territorial indicator Specific points of interest - Forest : carbon storage, forestry, biodiversity, ... - Land : swamp, agroforestry, market gardening, ... -Water : nature reserve, leisure, microclimate, swamp, ... - City : consumption, carbon territory, waste generation, multiple and flexible uses, ... - Harbour : large-scale logistics, ... Generic points of interest project opportunities. « Friction » line city/landscape, city/market gardening, agricultural plain/river, leisure/production interface, ... Uses - evocations of uses and possible scenarios... - uses rooted in their territory. 1 1 2 3 6 5 CITY 4 LANDSCAPE CARBON TERRITORY LANDSCAPE RESOURCE RESOURCE CO2 CO2 energy wood energy emission mirrored territories and imaginaries storage production consumption drinking water consumption exchanges logistic waste production new life earthworks planning constructions works microclimate biodiversity rain aquathermy materials displacement distant travel imaginary leisure lumber production management soil reactivation transformation 1 tree used for lumber allows to sequester 5.7 t CO2 1 forest hectarallows to sequester 5 t CO2 /year Agroforestry allows to intensify carbon sequestration on agricultural plots Coastal ecosystems (meadows, salt meadows, etc.) allows to sequester up to 7 t CO2 / ha / year Garonne as a source of hydraulic energy Garonne, a link between the scales (from local to territorial) Meadows allows to sequester 0.4 t CO2 / ha / year 1 mature tree represents 5,000 kWh of energy CO2 EnR Bordeaux : historic "carbon" city ? or beco- ming a carbon sink ? 1 2 3 4 6 FOREST LAND WATER HARBOUR 5 2 CITY LAND LANDSCAPE RESOURCE FOREST LAND WATER HARBOUR PROJECT SITE 3,2 km 0 dist. 0 9,3 km dist. production - transformation 0 7,8 km dist. 0 6,7 km dist. 0 6 km 0 2 km Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Energy Production Logistic Distance CO2 Leisure Storage / distribution Large-scale logistics Increased use Project opportunities Carbon territory Dependent territory Leisure Forestry Wood transformation Energy source Grain mill Biodiversity Carbon sink Subsistence crops Leisure Compensation territory Microclimate Landmarks Biodiversity Farming Agroforestry BORDEAUX Radar of singularities make scales meet. Sample fragment of territory. Territorial indicator Specific points of interest - Forest : carbon storage, forestry, biodiversity, ... - Land : swamp, agroforestry, market gardening, ... -Water : nature reserve, leisure, microclimate, swamp, ... - City : consumption, carbon territory, waste generation, multiple and flexible uses, ... - Harbour : large-scale logistics, ... Generic points of interest project opportunities. « Friction » line city/landscape, city/market gardening, agricultural plain/river, leisure/production interface, ... Uses - evocations of uses and possible scenarios... - uses rooted in their territory. 1 1 2 3 6 5 CITY 4 LANDSCAPE CARBON TERRITORY LANDSCAPE RESOURCE RESOURCE CO2 CO2 energy wood energy emission mirrored territories and imaginaries storage production consumption drinking water consumption exchanges logistic waste production new life earthworks planning constructions works microclimate biodiversity rain aquathermy materials displacement distant travel imaginary leisure lumber production management soil reactivation transformation 1 tree used for lumber allows to sequester 5.7 t CO2 1 forest hectarallows to sequester 5 t CO2 /year Agroforestry allows to intensify carbon sequestration on agricultural plots Coastal ecosystems (meadows, salt meadows, etc.) allows to sequester up to 7 t CO2 / ha / year Garonne as a source of hydraulic energy Garonne, a link between the scales (from local to territorial) Meadows allows to sequester 0.4 t CO2 / ha / year 1 mature tree represents 5,000 kWh of energy CO2 EnR Bordeaux : historic "carbon" city ? or beco- ming a carbon sink ? Toward a micro-management of waste Regulated by the “geogrid,” the city of the future could resolve the contradictions in our present society: growth and contraction, local and global, low- and high-tech. However, beyond the idea of a circular economy, pooling (which is fostered at all levels) is a precious means of moving the clas- sic notion of waste management forward. Supported by the digital technology, our propo- sition calls for civil governance to step up coope- ration and solidarity. The project strives to change preconceived ideas. By offering a type of autonomy to loca- lized areas, the empowering and inclusive result is far from insular. We worked to ensure a smoo- th transition towards a micro-management of waste, rather than macro-management. Statements on Sustainability Pooling and fostering solidarity everywhere. Global warming, in addition to the drop in the Garonne’s fow, makes water all the more pre- cious. It is an omnipresent natural resource in the humid region of Jallère. The «geogrid» can help reveal the topography, and restore marshlands. On a larger scale, at the core of working units, vapor sensor clouds and natural pools regulate microclimates through the “geogrid.”

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