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COP 22: inventing tomorrow's world

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2 min
15/11/2016
The Bouygues group is taking part in COP 22 in Marrakesh between 7 and 18 November and is presenting its sustainable construction innovations there.

The 22nd Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 22), whose aim is to continue and bolster the fight against global warming, opened in Marrakesh on Monday 7 November. On the sidelines of this event, which will gather together diplomats and heads of state from around the globe, the Bouygues group will be presenting its innovations in the field of sustainable construction over the course of two weeks.

One year after the Paris conference, during which 195 participating countries adopted the first world agreement on the climate, COP 22 in Marrakesh has set itself the target of setting the terms according to which the measures taken in Paris will be implemented. One of the COP 21 roadmap’s main objectives is to limit global warming to less than 2°C.  The Moroccan hosts have decided that special attention should be paid to Africa, which is the most threatened by global warming.

Following its robust participation in COP 21, the Bouygues group is once again present in Marrakesh in order to showcase its solutions to deal with the important climate challenges that we face. They are based on two major themes: sustainable neighbourhoods and smart cities.

The Group, via its subsidiaries Bouygues Construction, Bouygues Immobilier and Colas, will speak about these themes during conferences and invites visitors to find out more about its latest innovations and solutions in terms of renovation, low carbon construction, eco-neighbourhoods, soft mobility and urban services at its stand.

Demonstrators of City Charge (Bouygues Energies & Services) and Wattway (Colas) as well as a model of the Faubourgs d'Anfa (BYMARO/Bouygues Immobilier) project will also be present at the stand.

Find out more: cop22.ma/en