Benjamin Doberset (SciencesPo), Erik Fliegauf (Harvard), Mouna Lekhnati (Frateli), Phillip Yu (Harvard)


What if the city and nature could live, grow and innovate together? What if you could walk, run, bike, or even go to a café in a natural environment? Parks in Paris are important places, both as leisure areas for Parisians and as shelters for biodiversity. Nevertheless, these parks are scattered and often isolated, amplifying the view of the city and nature as separate. The city and nature coexist but do not interact. 

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The BioCité project aims to merge nature and the city by connecting parks and by developing green streets throughout Paris. Not only will urban biodiversity benefit from the extension of green space, but citizens will be able to enjoy these pleasant, safe, and healthy areas covering the entire city as well.

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We promote an inclusive vision of the city of the future where city and nature exist in harmony, creating a new ecosystem: the BioCité.


Relevant SDGs