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Restore the living in all its dimensions

Land'Act aims to place ecological processes and biodiversity at the heart of landscape and urban development projects. It is a matter of committing to designing a "natural city", while ensuring the creation of an urban ecosystem designed to better accommodate a greater wealth of living things.

"The challenge today is not so much to green up, we know how to do that, but to restore biodiversity, that is to say not only the diversity of plant and animal species, but above all the relationships they have between them." Philippe Clergeaud, Professor at the Museum of Natural History, consultant in ecological urban planning

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