Buildings and infrastructures are vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Faced with extreme weather events, how can we make cities and territories more resilient?
Report: “Investing in the future of the ocean” (March 17, 2022, Leonard:Paris)
The oceans cover 70.8% of the planet. Essential to climate regulation and the preservation of biodiversity, they are now threatened by the effects of human a...
Climate change putting coastal infrastructure to the test
As the climate emergency looms large, rising sea levels are putting major strain on coastal infrastructure. New technology and techniques are developing in o...
How evidence of global warming is affecting our ways of life
Over the last two decades, numerous crises: economic, health, migratory or climatic have forced us to transform our territories and our ways of life. Among t...
Getting down to business: climate resilience scenarios, strategies and actions
Over the past few years, the concept of climate resilience has established itself as a regular feature in the conceptual toolkit for builders, developers, ur...
Newsletter “Climate resilience: cities and regions take action” – July 2021
To adapt in order to better resist hazards. The concept of "urban resilience" is now inspiring new strategies and development plans for cities, and calls for...
[conversation] Nicolas Beaurez, Head of the Resilience-Transitions-Climate projects at Cerema
Urban planners and constructors today have access to an ever-expanding toolbox to help them take on board the effects of climate change. On the ground, local...
What do we do?
The VINCI Group created Leonard to tackle the challenges posed by the transformation of regions and lifestyles. Our goal is to unite a community of key stakeholders in order to build the city of the future together.