Massive renovation, gradual but profound changes in lifestyle.
- Cities build upwards in a controlled manner.
- Sharing of buildings, living rooms or appliances becomes widespread.
- Strong acceleration in energy renovation.
in 2015 undergo deep renovation
Re-industrialised value chains, specialised by region, driven by the Government.
- Public planning supports and finances a low-carbon industrial policy.
- Development of recycling and recovery.
- Significant re-industrialisation effort in targeted sectors.
GHG emissions respectively
Diversification, renewed regional devolution and rational use of plant and forest resources.
- Acceleration of the food transition: less indulgent, more plant based.
- Increased use of forestry timber for material uses (buildings).
- Development of advanced biofuels.
- Irrigation contained by using favourable agricultural practices.
Transport sustainability at the heart of the ecological transition.
- Mobility is shifting to a more local approach, with development of daily trains, cargo bikes, mini-cars and other such measures.
- Freight traffic down due to a reduction in volumes and distances travelled, with the share of rail and waterways more than doubling.
per person (including
international air travel).