For several years, Brussels has undertaken a large number of activities aiming to meet the environmental challenges specific to a modern city-region. The objective is for Brussels to become a model with regard to sustainable development in the coming years.
The site VilleDurable.be offers you an overview of the activities undertaken in Brussels to meet the environmental challenges specific to a modern city-region and to improve the quality of life for all residents.
It is managed by Brussels Environment in collaboration with various partners (other regional, para-regional, Community or federal institutions, but also associations).
The cartographic data are from Brussels UrbIS®©.
Brussels Environment is one of the six administrations of the Brussels-Capital Region. Its missions are to study, monitor and manage the air, water, soil, waste, noise, nature (green spaces and biodiversity), etc., but also to issue environmental permits, monitor their observance, develop and support environmental education projects in Brussels schools, participate in meetings and negotiations at the Belgian and international level, etc. Finally, Brussels Environment has developed its activities in the area of eco-construction and the links between health and environment.
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