The Aulne valley in transition: a radio report on the Aulne valley

In the Aulne valley, the specific objectives of the project are to: unite a local network around the river, promote the river heritage and activities linked to the presence of water, and organise artistic and festive events
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As part of the first phase of the BRIC project on the Aulne valley site, based on a territorial diagnosis carried out on the basis of several field surveys, Cerema has launched the production of a radio report with the association La Traverse.

 

This podcast is part of the Cerema’s desire to take on all subjects relating to the watercourse and its environment, in order to better understand its dynamics. It looks at how we live with the river. It explores ways of improving the capacity of the inhabitants of the Aulne valley to cope with flooding, but also with the climate and energy issues of tomorrow, and to begin an ecological transition.

Results

This radio report, realised by La Traverse, is available to listen to from the links below. It consists of
3 episodes :

 

  • Episode 1: A story along the river
  • Episode 2: When the rivers overflows
  • Episode 3: Which valley for tomorrow?

This report highlights the strong potential for federating a network of cooperation around the Aulne and the canal, as it is often called by those who use it regularly!

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