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La Transocéanque de Zaïna vous emmène découvrir la musique de l'océan indien composée ici ou là-bas et vous livre aussi des coups du cœur des autres contrées. Chaque émission mettra en lumière le travail d'une ou d'un artiste des îles de l'Indianocéanie (La Réunion, Comores, Maurice, Madagascar, Seychelles, Rodrigues) ou des pays de la côte est-africaine (Afrique du Sud, Mozambique, Tanzanie, Kenya) et le Sri Lanka. Animation : Zaïna Réalisation Technique : Djilali Hammiche, Alex Papi Simonini
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Comment recentrer nos bâtiments sur le bien-vivre ? 2050, une ville 100% circulaire ? Dans 30 ans, la neutralité carbone aura-t-elle mis toute l’industrie mondiale d’accord ? Découvrez Le Pouvoir caché des matériaux, le podcast de Saint-Gobain qui explore les enjeux et solutions pour construire un avenir durable. Is Net Zero Building an achievable goal? Are Prefab Homes the Future of Housing? How to fight against thermal sieves in France? How to rehouse 30 million people in Brazil? Discover ...
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While a large part of the population lives in highrise-buildings in Thailand, the construction sector is currently looking for solutions to build more sustainable towers. That is what Bundit Pradabsook explains to us. He is Commissioner of The Association of Siamese Architects under Royal Patronage. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour…
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At the time of global warming, Mexico is looking for solutions to build buildings that are both sustainable and comfortable despite very high temperatures. That is what Ernesto Infante Barbosa explains to us. He is the Coordinator of the ESG committee at the National Compliance Commission A.C. of Mexico. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy…
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Today, in South Africa the prevailing construction methodologies are still very much traditional material focused and the sector is looking for alternative solutions to accelerate the transition to sustainable construction methods and the use of lighter materials. We are listening to Mlondolozi Hempe. He is a building performance specialist, and hi…
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Singapore city-state is in the process of renewing a large part of its housing stock and the sector is trying to find how to articulate those constructions with sustainability. That is what Joy Gai explains to us. She is Asia Pacific Programmes Head for the World Green Building Council. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'infor…
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After the pandemic, office districts were left abandoned in the United Kingdom. How can these workspaces be converted to be used for other purposes? Can these offices become housings or event spaces? Guillermo Guzman – an architect and assistant professor at the University of Nottingham – talks to us about the issues at stake. Hébergé par Acast. Vi…
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In China, the number of people over the age of 65 has reached 190 million, and will increase rapidly to 390 million in 2050. To respond to the social challenges this situation involves, the country is currently building new types of multi-functional and inclusive care institutions for the elderly. Sima Lei is an architect and associated professor a…
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In order to compensate the lack of housing, Germany will have to build 300,000 dwellings a year over the coming decade. Helmut Köttner is Technical Director of the Sentinel Haus Institute and he explains to us the different health and well-being challenges to which these dwellings will have to respond. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy p…
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During Swedish winters, temperatures can drop to almost -25 Celsius degrees, and rise to 30 during the summer. How can these differences be managed? How to design buildings that are both sustainable and comfortable, whatever the temperature? Let's listen to what Monica von Schmalensee – an architect and Senior Advisor – has to say. Hébergé par Acas…
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Earthquakes are a major challenge for Türkiye and the country is currently considering the best solutions to deal with this issue. How is it possible to make buildings strong enough to withstand them? How can existing buildings be reinforced? We asked these questions to Alper Ilki, a consultant and professor of structural and earthquake engineering…
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Egypt will need to relocate 100 million inhabitants by 2050 and to do this, it is currently building entire cities. Doctor Hend Farouh is an Associate Professor of Sustainable Architecture & Urban Development at Egypt’s Housing and Building National Research Center. She is also the national project manager of grid-connected small-scale PV in Egypt.…
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The Netherlands are currently facing a double challenge in terms of both housing and the environment. As such, the country is exploring new solutions such as prefab or modular constructions. Thijs Asselbergs is an architect and engineering professor at Delft University of Technology. He explains to us the importance of all parties working together …
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A new concept of the hotel and real estate sector has emerged in Spain over the last few years: hybrid spaces. Carlos Hernandez Carrillo is an architect who works at ESTUDIOB76 in Madrid, and he explains to us exactly what these new spaces are, and the huge potential of hybrid buildings. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'info…
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In Italy, 45% of the country’s total waste comes from the construction sector. What challenges must be met for construction sites to implement circular economy principles? How can the circular economy be first and foremost an economic advantage for the construction sector? We put these questions to Giuseppe Giuliano, architect and founder of Studio…
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What will the Polish cities of tomorrow look like? Kacper Nosarzewski is a board member at the Polish Society for Future Studies and he and his team have developed scenarios on how the cities of tomorrow will work, to enable those who build them to better anticipate future needs. He shares some of his predictions with us in this episode. Hébergé pa…
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While the natural resources required to make construction materials are increasingly rare in the United Arab Emirates, optimizing these resources is a key local issue. How is it possible to set up circular economies that can respond to both performance and sustainability issues in terms of construction? In this episode, we discuss the question with…
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While real estate prices are climbing high in the United States, how can we design new types of individual houses that are affordable, sustainable and comfortable? We asked Mark Laliberte, an architect and president of the company Construction Instruction. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.…
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There are a number of dilapidated and poorly insulated collective apartment buildings in the Czech Republic, and they are responsible for more than 40% of the country's carbon emissions. Why is thermal renovation so complicated, and what are the solutions? We put these questions to Simona Kalvoda, the Executive Director of the Czech Green Building …
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Brazil must build 30 million homes by 2030 for precarious families who live in poorly built housing. How to design buildings that are both sustainable, comfortable and accessible? In this episode, we discuss the question with Felipe Faria, CEO of the Green Building Council Brazil, an organization that has accelerated the ecological transition of Br…
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While the work world has seen unprecedented upheaval in recent years, how is India reinventing its offices and what will tomorrow's workplaces look like? We listen to Mili Majumdar, Managing Director of Green Business Certification Institute (GBCI). Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.…
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While France has embarked on a vast thermal renovation plan for its housing, why is the insulation of buildings not only an environmental but also a social issue? How to fight on a large scale against thermal sieves? Let's listen to Antoine Hervé, engineer and consultant in energy renovation on this topic. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/priva…
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De la France au Brésil, de l’Espagne aux Émirats Arabes Unis, de l’Inde à la République tchèque… Protection des ressources, consommation énergétique, urbanisation galopante, coûts des logements, bien-être des occupants… Explorez les grands défis des pays pour construire mieux à travers le monde. Découvrez Home(s) sur toutes les plateformes d'écoute…
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Les questions éthiques n’ont jamais été aussi présentes dans le débat public et la crise sanitaire semble même renforcer leur poids, qu’il s’agisse de nos choix économiques, environnementaux ou sociétaux. Mais comment les entreprises peuvent-elles concilier l’ensemble des injonctions, alors même que leur liste ne cesse de s’allonger ? Devront-elles…
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Concevoir des véhicules respectueux de l’environnement, sûrs, high-tech et confortables est une chose ; les rendre accessibles au plus grand nombre est une tout autre problématique. Sources d’énergies alternatives, développement de nouveaux modes de déplacements comme les véhicules autonomes et partagés, transformation des transports collectifs…Com…
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La révolution digitale du travail, ce n’est pas que le télétravail. C’est aussi et surtout de nouvelles façons de créer et de piloter les projets, de faire travailler ensemble les différents acteurs d’une même chaîne de fabrication, de concevoir ses produits et ses services avec ses clients, de faire collaborer l’homme et la machine. Comment tirer …
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Modes de fabrication, origine des matériaux, impact sur l’environnement, conditions de travail des salariés... Les consommateurs n’ont jamais eu accès à autant d’informations sur ce qu’ils achètent. Et beaucoup s’en servent pour orienter leur choix vers des produits durables conçus par des entreprises responsables. Cette dictature de la transparenc…
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Le monde industriel est aujourd’hui sensibilisé aux questions environnementales et à la responsabilité qui lui incombe. Mais relever le défi de la neutralité carbone ne peut se faire que de façon globale, avec l’ensemble des acteurs de la chaîne de valeur. Comment créer ce mouvement et embarquer dans un même souffle institutions mondiales, pouvoirs…
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A l’heure où nombreux sont ceux qui vivent, travaillent, étudient et se font même soigner dans des bâtiments mal isolés et inconfortables, la question de la rénovation des lieux de vie est devenue une priorité. Comment transformer l’existant pour créer des espaces confortables, dans lesquels les occupants ne seront gênés ni par les températures ni …
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Alors que le monde traverse une crise sanitaire et économique sans précédent, nous réfléchissons à l’avenir des matériaux… et de notre société. INTERVENANTE Maud Thuaudet, Directrice de la Stratégie du Groupe Saint-Gobain Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
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In this new episode, we are tackling a tremendously important issue although very little talked about; what does Youri Gagarine’s flight in space in 1961 have in common with an artificial heart, a dental appliance and a life blanket used by firemen to rescue people? They are all derived from technologies developed for space exploration. An increasi…
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Le procédé de fabrication de la plaque de plâtre est simple : vous prenez du gypse - cette roche tendre qui sert à produire le plâtre - de l'eau et du carton et à la fin du processus industriel, vous obtenez du plâtre compressé entre deux couches de carton. Très bon marché et facile à mettre en oeuvre, la plaque de plêtre est depuis longtemps plébi…
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Prefabrication is a method which consists of building houses off-site, in a factory, as opposed to on-site, which is the traditional way of doing it, with workers going to a construction site everyday from the very beginning till the end of the project. An example of this trend is the current project deployed in London borough of Croydon in the UK.…
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On peut penser à la Kryptonite dans le comics Superman, au Duracier dans le film StarWars ou encore au Cavorite dans le roman Les premiers hommes dans la Lune. Or, bien souvent, ces super-matériaux semblent complètement hors de portée et restent cantonnés au domaine de la fiction. Au point qu’aujourd’hui, les fans de science-fiction utilisent même …
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By 2050, almost 70% of the world population will live in cities. All over the world, people continue to long for an urban way of life, synonym of work, prosperity and comfort. To give you some figures, according to the latest United Nations report, the urban population of the world has grown rapidly from 751 million in 1950 to 4.2 billion in 2018. …
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La gestion des déchets de la construction est un sujet de société, qui touche tout le monde, les grandes entreprises, les petites PME-TPE ou même les particuliers. Les maires des communes françaises sont très préoccupés parce qu’ils n’arrivent pas à endiguer les dépôts sauvages et les décharges illégales. Pourquoi ne recycle-t-on toujours pas les d…
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As you all know, in April 2019 a massive fire ravaged Paris’s cathedral commonly known as the “old lady”. And it was not only the visible parts of the monument that have gone up in smoke but also the hundreds of hours of work done by builders, masons, glassmakers craftsmen and architects… To paraphrase Arthur Lochmann, philosopher and carpenter, au…
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Avec la prise de conscience écologique, le déploiement de la 5G à horizon 2020 et la montée en puissance des objets connectés, le développement des fablabs et des impressions 3D, il ne fait presque aucun doute que les matériaux de demain devront être écologiques, recyclables, adaptables en temps réel, connectés, rechargeables, bref intelligents ! A…
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Si le terme de biomimétisme est récent, cette philosophie, elle, existe depuis bien plus longtemps, en témoigne notamment l’ornithoptère, une invention signée Léonard de Vinci et inspirée des ailes d’une chauve-souris ; Léonard de Vinci qui dès le XVe siècle nous disait d’ailleurs : "Va prendre tes leçons dans la nature, c'est là qu'est notre futur…
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In this episode we are tackling the burning issue of net zero carbon emissions. Is it an achievable goal in 2050 when it comes to the building sector? What part do materials play in this race against climate change? To discuss the issue, we’re welcoming two prominent experts to explain us what is at stake. Speakers: Victoria Kate Burrows, Director …
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Dans cet épisode, on s’intéresse à la ville circulaire, levier incontournable de la ville durable dans un contexte de raréfaction des matières premières et d’accumulation du volume de déchets. Parler de 2050 dès maintenant revient à penser la résilience de nos territoires pour limiter leur dépendance aux flux de ressources entrants. Autrement dit à…
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