“In the face of growing climate, economic and energy crises – he said – the urgency to adapt our lifestyles is tangible. This adaptation passes first and foremost through a redefinition of our proximity, transforming our environments into interconnected local ecosystems where frugality is the norm and where in the meantime the local economy and social relations develop. The concept of a 15-minute city and a 30-minute territory is rooted in this logic, offering a life in which polycentrism and a more decarbonised lifestyle also promote local employment and resource consumption in a short supply chain.”

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