Fuel poverty: ONPE and ADEME National Conference
Eliminating fuel poverty through knowledge is the topic of the first national conference on energy poverty organized by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) and the French National Fuel Poverty Monitoring Center (ONPE). It will take place on Friday, October 3, 2014, at _Maison de l'Artisanat_, Auditorium Paris Centre Marceau. On this occasion, all contributors to ONPE, including the CSTB, will present work conducted over the last two years. Participate in this seminar to gain a better understanding of what characterizes energy poverty and its changes over time.
Impact of climate change on the Paris metropolitan area and adaptation strategies
The results of the EPICEA project—a multidisciplinary study of the impacts of climate change across the Paris metropolitan area—presented on October 25 at the Journées Parisiennes de l'Energie et du Climat (Paris forum on Energy and Climate) organized by the city of Paris. Launched in 2008, this project, led jointly by Météo-France and the CSTB, in close cooperation with APUR, the Paris Urban Planning Agency, has two objectives: assess the impact of climate change on the Paris metropolitan area and quantify the effects of several theoretical scenarios.