In the inspiring setting of the University in Belval, the final presentation of the work of the last four teams of the process started two years ago, AREP, MVRDV, University of Luxembourg and 2001 Architects, took place on Thursday 19 May. The scenarios they produced for a carbon-free, resilient and sustainable Luxembourg by 2050 were presented to all the committees that have accompanied the process in its various phases. The scientific committee, the interministerial committee, the advisory committee and finally the citizens’ committee, no less than 250 people contributed, through their expertise and their commitment, to the Luxembourg in Transition adventure. A discussion followed between the Minister for Spatial Planning, Claude Turmes, the team leaders and a representative of the Citizens’ Committee, in which the public participated extensively. “The Luxembourg in Transition process is now entering a new phase, that of realisation and concrete projects,” announced Claude Turmes. “We can already meet in a year’s time to talk about it again”, he concluded.
A film documenting the whole process can be viewed here:
See the press release