‘Le Monde’ awarded five urban innovation awards

For the fourth edition of the “The World Cities” Awards, five projects worldwide were awarded on Friday, June 28, in the areas of urban planning, energy, housing, mobility and citizen participation.

On June 28th, Le Monde presented the Le Monde Cities prize for urban innovation at Ground Control in Paris . One hundred and eleven projects were submitted to the jury by a selection committee made up of 28 personalities from around the world, experts in urban mutations: elected officials, researchers, company or foundation managers, architects, urban planners …

Composed of the journalists of the World  who follow daily the fields covered by these awards, the jury, chaired by Jérome Fenoglio, director of the World, rewarded innovations developed at the initiative of municipalities, companies, start-ups and companies. associations, NGOs, foundations, citizens or groups of citizens, in 5 categories: mobility, energy, housing, town planning, citizen participation. The Grand Prix, with a prize of € 20,000, has been awarded to one of these five projects, which is particularly distinguished by its innovative approach, the extent of its potential impact and its possibility of reproduction.

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