The Association Internationale des Maires Francophones (AIMF) and Urbanisme en Francophonie, in partnership with the Institut Louis Bachelier and the École d’Urbanisme de Paris, are launching a series of three webinars under the academic responsibility of Ingrid Nappi (Professor at the École des Ponts ParisTech, Director of Research at the Institut Louis Bachelier) and Marcus Zepf (Professor and Co-Director of the École d’Urbanisme de Paris) a series of three webinars dedicated to the resilient city in the face of climate change, as part of the Urbanisme en Francophonie initiative.

The third webinar in the series is entitled “Water, a scarce resource: how to make the most of it”. It will take place on 11 July and will bring together academics and architects-urban planners from three French-speaking cities: Lyon, Lausanne and Casablanca.

The webinar will take place on Zoom after compulsory registration by clicking on the button below:


  • AIMF,
  • Urbanisme en Francophonie,
  • École d’Urbanisme de Paris,
  • Institut Louis Bachelier


Online conference