Whether it is for celebrations of the Revolution or the Olympic Games, the Champ-de-Mars has never ceased to be a unifying symbol, a place of demands and celebrations under the mischievous gaze of the Eiffel Tower, our French Iron Lady. But the times have changed: iron is giving way to wood, and the ambition now is to transform the Champ into an urban forest, marked by paths, clearings and wooden pavilions. In addition to its poetic and welcoming aspects, the Eiffel Forest clearly has a deeply environmental calling, for resistance to climate emergencies, CO2 emission absorption and promoting biodiversity in the city.
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