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CASwiki news articles have a focus on news of community action for sustainability. This article is an offshoot from CASwiki's Paris article and is for news and comment in that context.

  • Paris to create 680 kilometres of cycleways after coronavirus crisis. [1] Apr 24

2020[edit | edit source]

The fifteen-minute city: imagine being only that far away from any major amenity. Paris is going there. [2] Mar 4

2019[edit | edit source]

Parisian community recognised for its geothermal heating network, Jan 17 [3]

2018[edit | edit source]

The electric scooter scheme taking over Paris, Nov 27 [4]

The city turning streets into gardens, Nov 22 [5]

A City That Takes Climate Change Seriously: Paris, Oct 10 [6]

Journée sans voiture: les 4 premiers arrondissements de Paris piétons un dimanche par mois, Sep 17 [7]

Paris Gets Serious About Free Transit, May 16 [8]

1000 Electric Buses To Spearhead Paris Goal Of 100% Zero Emissions Public Transportation, Apr 23 [9]

Paris Plans a Suburban Forest Five Times the Size of Central Park, Feb 14 [10]

2017[edit | edit source]

Paris bans cars for a day in bid to tackle pollution, Oct 3 [11]

Yes, ‘govtech’ can change the way cities function. New lessons in open government from Paris. Apr 3 [12]

Paris boosts cycling infrastructure, names 2017 'year of the bike', Jan 8 [13]

Paris has a watery dream of swimming in the Seine – but can the planners take the plunge? Jan 6 [14]

2016[edit | edit source]

Pollution: Paris makes public transport free for second day, Dec 7 [15]

Paris Navigating Gym, Nov 29 [16]

Félicitations Madame Mayor: participatory budgeting in Paris hits new highs, Oct 17 [17]

The Participatory Budget of the City of Paris, Oct 13 [18]

Paris allows anyone to plant an urban garden, Oct 10 [19]

A Pedestrian-Only Future for the Seine, Sep 27 [20]

Paris: Une coopérative de livreurs à vélo pour lutter contre l'uberisation du secteur?, Sep 26 [21]

Paris is banning traffic from half the city. Why can’t London have a car-free day? Sep 22 [22]

Une monnaie locale à Paris, pour quoi faire ? Aug 29 [23]

Why Paris Is Building Highways for Bikes, Jul 1 [24]

Paris Shops Are Marking Their Windows for the Homeless, Jun 1 [25]

How Paris is stepping up its drive against the car, May 2 [26]

The Most Famous Public Squares in Paris Get a Pedestrian-Friendly Makeover, Apr 1 [27]

An evening at La Recyclerie, Mar 9 [28]

Paris is leading the world in progressive urbanism – here's how, Mar 4 [29]

2015[edit | edit source]

All-blue skies in Paris as city centre goes car-free for first time, September 27 [30]

Right-minded Paris mayor plans more pedestrianisation along the Seine, May 6 [31]

Paris is getting two cycling superhighways and 700km of new bike lanes! Apr 7 [32]

Paris launches the General Assembly on the Circular Economy of Greater Paris, March 11 [33]

Paris, edible city? February 5 [34]

Silent, tree-shaped wind turbines to debut in Paris, Jan 4 [35]

2014[edit | edit source]

Parisians have their say on city’s first €20m ‘participatory budget’, October 8 [36]

Paris extends its bikeshare program to kids, July 2 [37]

Parisians start food waste programme, April 16 [38]

Paris bans cars, makes transit free to fight air pollution, March 17 [39]

2013[edit | edit source]

Reclaiming Paris's River Seine quayside, [40] October 15

2012[edit | edit source]

Paris to return Seine to the people with car-free riverside plan, City mayor behind Paris Plages wins fight to pedestrianise large sections of 1960s expressway on left and right bank, Angelique Chrisafis, August 2 [41]

2011[edit | edit source]

MIT Student Remaps Paris Based on Travel Time & Carbon Footprint, [42] August 23

Paris to Launch the World’s First Municipal Electric Vehicle Hire Scheme, [43] June 9

2007[edit | edit source]

Paris embraces plan to become city of bikes, [44] March 23

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