ENLIGHT challenge - how can cities develop sustainable eco-resilient housing?
These are challenges related to on campus sustainable housing (s) which aim to approach the question from both a multicultural and multiclimatic perspective, and to seek solutions for the major challenges of providing quality housing on campus.
The aim is to develop a living-lab on the issue of sustainable housing in order to question and experiment a the economic and social aspects of student housing. The focus will be on the creation, operation and collection of data on the issue of a sustainable habitat in our environment. The project brings together students, societal actors, local authorities and consumers in order to develop collective awareness and engagement around eco-resilient habitat. The lead researcher is Philippe Lagiere.
A wide set of societal and regional academy partners have expressed an interest in this student-led project:
- Urban Forum, Nobatek project, INF4, Darwin (living space, urban agriculture and housing),
- Social housing landlords
- Social innovation Associations: Eturécup, AFEV (Kapseurs), Compagnons Batisseurs, BatiACTion
- INRAE - wood industry sector, CRNS / I2M, Pôle PEP, wood cluster StartUps:
- Bordeaux Métropole / CROUS / Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine,