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The emergence of new pathologies, increasingly numerous and demanding consumers, globalization, market digitalization and technological advances means that the pharmaceutical industry is at a pivotal point. It needs to better protect patients and retain consumers over the long term while minimizing its environmental impact on the planet.
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The pulp & paper industry has long been seen as one of the most polluting industries on the planet. It is no longer the case, but to continue growing and also to reduce their ecological footprint, the sector is looking for new solutions from partners such as Veolia.
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Worldwide auto sales are taking off and creating new environmental service requirements for car manufacturers. This is true of both the construction phase and the end of life phase when vehicles are dismantled. Veolia is the ideal partner for this industry, both upstream and downstream, helping to reduce the vehicles’ overall ecological footprint.
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With rising global demand, highly volatile prices and increasingly stringent environmental regulations, the oil and gas industry faces three challenges: reducing costs, optimizing the performance of its industrial assets and improving its environmental footprint.
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The leading industrial sector in the world is a major consumer of water and energy. It also produces important quantities of organic waste and solid waste such as plastic, glass and paper. Conditioned by changing food habits, demographic growth and an increase in living standards, the main challenge facing the sector is to successfully meet growing customer demands for elaborate, safe and nutritious food and beverages while reducing its resource consumption and controlling environmental, social and societal impacts.
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Smart, green, pleasant, sustainable... Eco-neighbourhoods meet the twofold challenge of improving residents’ quality of life and managing resources in a sustainable way.
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Digital technology is revolutionizing cities. More connected and better managed, smart cities are optimizing the operation of their infrastructures and increasing their competitiveness, attractiveness, and sustainability. More efficient and transparent, they are responding to the new expectations of their citizens, who want to take a more active role in managing their cities.

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Climate change, growing terrorist risk: new threats have emerged over the last few decades which increasingly impact the future of towns and cities. These new threats require resilience strategies at local level.

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The primary objective of a "livable" city (one that is pleasant to live in) is to ensure the quality of life and well-being of its residents and all those who work, study or pass through it.