“The city, new horizons”: city dwellers have a future

En 2050, two out of three human beings will live in cities, or nearly 6 billion city dwellers. An inescapable phenomenon which forces our societies to rethink urban space and community life. That’s good, “The city is the only living being capable of truly rejuvenating”, wrote Jacques Attali.

Organized at the Mediterranean University Center, in Nice, in partnership with Nice Écovallée, the Point looked at the issue with an emphasis, of course, on the environment. From the inauguration, Christian Estrosi, mayor of the city and president of the Nice Côte d’Azur metropolis, took action: if the palm trees are part of the beauty of the Promenade des Anglais, the priority in the rest of the city ​​will be to plant trees that produce more …

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