The City wishes to experiment with eco-grazing for mowing certain plots and green spaces.
The City wishes to identify the various possibilities for using products from wood and forest management. These products can effectively be reused to make chippings, firewood, etc.
Like other urban centres (Paris, Liège, etc.), the City of Brussels wishes to develop an online tool for residents or groups of residents wishing to apply for permission to plant greenery in public
The issue of water is of major concern to the City of Brussels, which has developed its own strategy in this respect.
Flat roofs have a broad range of uses: energy production, greening, rainwater collection, vegetable gardens, beehives, etc. The City wishes to set the example by exploiting all of its roofs.
The risks linked to climate change for urbanised areas in Brussels are, firstly, flooding, and secondly, urban heat islands.
The City of Brussels is developing a green network that links green spaces, paths, footpaths, cycle and pedestrian routes and the existing regional green/blue network.
The current Administrative Centre has become outdated and no longer meets the needs of the public.
A vegetarian meal represents 50% less CO2 compared to a meal with meat.
The City wishes to organise workshops to raise awareness among local businesses about energy savings.