Egis Blog

Bouncing back – but not just any old how!

Monday 16 March 2020, 8pm: while we thought we were invulnerable, suddenly our world is turned on its head. This pandemic is a revelation. A revelation of the fragilities and limits of our societies, a revelation of social and territorial inequalities, but also a revelation of our ability to adapt, a new solidarity and an incredible ingenuity to cope with urgent matters. The lockdown made us aware of the importance of social ties in our lives and invited us to take stock of what really matters. Talk about a global electric shock.

By Martine Jauroyon, Directrice Transformation Métiers et RSE

Hébert district: bioclimatic design for an exemplary district

By Lilo Douzet et Guillaume Menier

COVID-19 and aviation: exploring cost base elasticity for ANSPs

By Maja Marciniak

What future for urban mobility?

By Elias Seddiki

What public transport has learned from the public health crisis

By Jérémie Simon

COVID-19 and aviation - A step-change towards scalability and resilience

By Isabel Franke-Chaudet

COVID-19 and Aviation: Protecting our people

By Sarah Lay