Bordeaux Métropole 2050
Launched on February 27, 2018, the mission # BM2050 aims to propose to public policies a maximum of feasible scenarios for the construction of a future, to put in place quickly.
The process opened with the "Truck of the Future", which traveled the 28 municipalities of the metropolitan area for four months. Online questionnaires for individuals and professionals were distributed until June 2018 and then decrypted by the Ifop polling institute. The analysis of these questionnaires was made public during the press conference of September 27, 2018 which marked the beginning of step #BM2050 in its second phase and launched the serious game. Specialist contributions, workshops, and student hackathons, special days and bi-weekly pitch program took place at Project House #BM2050 and in partner institutions.
A three-phase process
1) AWAKEN - February to July 2018
12,500 metropolitans got involved thanks to the IFOP questionnaires, the big itinerant consultation of the truck of the future, the various consultations, notably that of the "Rive Droite" Right Bank.
2) INFORM, CONTRIBUTE - September to December 2018
THE HOUSE #BM2050
The #BM2050 house has brought the mission to an even more participative dimension by opening a public space in Les Bassins à Flot that lives intensely by proposing to the public since September 28th:
A hundred or so Bordeaux pitchers came to speak every Wednesday and Friday about projects or ideas for the future.
Free access to film screenings, permanent or temporary exhibitions, a set of studies, documents and books about the city of tomorrow, as well as tactile tablets to discover #BM2050: the game.
Bordeaux: news of 2050
On December 11, the prize of the contest of news in partnership with Rue 89, was given by the president of the jury, Delphine de Vigan. The 13 best stories are published by Dô editions under the title "Bordeaux: news of 2050".
3) DEBATE, DRAW SCENARIOS - January to March 2019
7 major conferences
From January 15 until mid-March, every Friday, 7 major conferences-debates are organized around 7 themes. National and international experts from each field are invited to speak about the city's future on major metropolitan scenes.
During the 7 weeks that punctuate this third phase of the mission, debates with the actors of the territory of the metropolis are scheduled every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at home #BM2050. These debates, on the same theme as the big conference, are preceded by a university report. At the end of these, an innovative project is presented (quarter of an hour of innovation).
On March 29, Hangar 14 will host the final of the mission articulated around 2 highlights:
Report of the mission: what scenario, what scenarios for 2050?
Award ceremony for the 1,680 school children who participated in # BM2050.