On October 15th, at the Palais des Congrès in Vichy, the Loire-Brittany Water Agency and Cycl'eau organized a technical day on the theme: "And if nature was the solution?
The objectives of the event were:
- To exchange with local and national actors to discover Nature-based Solutions
- To discover how public water management policies, large and small cycle, allow the preservation and management of water resources and biodiversity, while meeting the challenges of territorial development in a context of climate change
The director of the DREAM Eau & Milieux Cluster Hervé Gaboriau was moreover invited to participate in the round table: “Which territorial strategies to promote Nature-based Solutions #SNF?” to promote #NBS through innovations alongside the Loire-Bretagne Water Agency, Marie-Hélène AUBERT, Valérie MORARD and the FNCCR, Jean LAUNAY, Director of the National Water Committee.
- Plenary session (10 AM)
In the face of climate change, let’s use nature!
What is a Nature-based Solution? What solutions to meet the challenges of water in France and in the Loire-Brittany basin?
To answer these questions: the Loire-Brittany Water Agency, the IUCN, the OFB, the ASTEE, the Oleau
- Institutional roundtable (11:30 AM)
Promoting Nature-based Solutions: Mobilizing all the actors of a territory
Which territorial strategies to promote Nature-based Solutions? How to deploy them? Which policies to obtain concrete results?
For discussion: the Loire-Brittany Water Agency, Vichy Community, Clermont Auvergne Metropole, Roannaise de l’Eau, DREAM Water & Environment and the FNCCR
- Workshop 1 (2 PM)
Infiltrating rainwater where it falls is THE solution!
Rainwater management: What initiatives have already been implemented in the Loire-Amont basin? Which actions according to the territory? What are the results?
To talk about it: the Loire-Brittany Water Agency, the GRAIE, the Roannaise de l’Eau, Vichy Communauté
- Workshop 2 (3:30 PM)
Preserving, restoring, revegetating: 3 solutions to limit the vulnerability of territories
How can we make the Loire-Amont region more resilient, reduce the vulnerability of biodiversity and take advantage of restored or preserved natural environments?
To testify: the Loire-Brittany Water Agency, the Mission Haies, the CEN Auvergne, Clermont Auvergne Métropole and the SNVVA