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Vieillissement de la population et ville durable : quels enjeux ?

Abstract : Aging and growth of elderly are major challenges for sustainable cities. Studies conducted in four central districts and in suburbs of Paris highlight that the elderly live and use the city in many different ways. These results show that both their spatial mobilities and the size of their lived territory tend to decline with old age. In addition, these results confirm that the decline of the frequency of their social relations reaching to the social isolation which accentuates the loss of autonomy. These situations of vulnerability are the main challenge of public policies to provide concrete answers in the social and health issue and to adapt the city to persons with reduced mobility. International and French examples are presented to show the wide variety of public responses and their more or less challenging implementation according to the local context. In the perspective of sustainable cities that integrate well-aging, the experiments presented are some of the future actions that can be adapted and developed according to the local context and the resources available.
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Brigitte Hallier-Nader, Lauriane Prandato, Virginie Mobillion, Audrey Bochaton, Hélène Charreire, et al.. Vieillissement de la population et ville durable : quels enjeux ?. Pollution Atmosphérique : climat, santé, société, Le Kremlin Bicêtre : Revue Pollution atmosphérique, 2018, IV Habiter la ville : une qualité de vie. ⟨hal-01900523⟩



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