This year, Berger-Levrault participated to the DisruptCampus initiative led by the University of Toulouse. We proposed a project aiming at imagining a management tool for urban heat islands (UHI). The interdisciplinary group of students worked for several months on the subject and interviewed several UHI specialists, urban planners and digital services staff at the Toulouse Metropolis.
The project named ECOVI won the EDF eco-responsibility award! 👏🏻🎉🍾
But check out their project presentation video (in French) instead: