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Dans quelle mesure la ville de Metz peut-elle illustrer le concept de « ville-jardins » ?

Abstract : Plants have not always played an essential role in the city : they have become more important over time, evolving with the development of the urban environment. From the promenades of the early 17th century, plants have been used to embellish cities, to accompany large ensembles and more recently to promote urban biodiversity. Although the concept of the « garden city » has existed since the end of the 18th century, it is now used by many local authorities in communication and promotion of their plant heritage. In particular, the concept has been associated with the city of Metz since the end of the 20th century, at the time of JeanMarie Pelt, a famous botanist and ecologist, and the development of urban ecology. This dissertation retraces the evolution of green spaces, in general and in Metz in particular, in order to better understand and define the notion of garden city : is Metz really/always a garden city ? And to what extent can the city of Metz illustrate the concept of the « garden city »?
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Margaux Poudrai. Dans quelle mesure la ville de Metz peut-elle illustrer le concept de « ville-jardins » ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02997483⟩

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