- Blondel Thierry
Cabinet Blondel Expert / UCIE
- Bossert Frédéric
- Dechesnes Laurent
- Demougeot-Renard Hélène
- Denot Agathe
- Eisenlohr Laurent
- El Fadili Saïd
- Foucart François
- Goulian Erwan
- Hanot Cédric
- Hébrard Céline
- Karg Frank
- Klein Pierre-Yves
- Lallahem Sami
- Lanoy Laurence
Laurence Lanoy Avocats
- Lefebvre Gaëtan
- Limousin Vincent
- Malherbe Stéphane
- Martelain Jacques
Terraquatron - GESDEC
- Mercier Claire-Emmanuelle
- Michel Julien
- Mourard Sylvain
- Neagle Vaimiti
- Nouet Cécile
Université de Liège
- Ohannessian Aurélie
- Oudin Philippe
Semaco Environnement / Mines de Nancy
- Pauget Benjamin
- Pichon Claire
- Pouilhe Jacques
- Roche Lionel
- Rognon Amélie
- Roux Pascal
Pascal Roux Conseil
- Sénéchaud Jonathan
- Sibourg Olivier
- Soussou Souhir
- Thannberger Laurent
- Triger Aurélien
- Vague Maurice
- Vergnerie Marie-Léonie
- Verstraete Stéphane
Brownfield Academy / DC Environment
The soil is a springboard for the transition of territories, we know it and need to make it known!
Once upon a time there was a group of scientists, technicians, teachers and day-to-day practitioners, all interested by the soil, soils … and who felt the need to talk about it more, to know more, to participate more, to imagine more… So, they organized a big annual meeting, in the form of a specialized colloquium on these issues, to share with their peers and to disseminate to all public.
This year 2023, what will be devoted to the Lille edition of Intersol? To a question that affects us all, in this unstable period economically, healthily and environmentally: the transition of territories.
Is the soil stable? He who is in perpetual evolution, under our feet, our homes, our businesses. The ecosystem approach is becoming essential for project leaders, local authorities, scientists, service providers... we all need the soil to live, build and prosper. We need to know it, to recognize it, to value it and to preserve it, both in its physical structure and in its biodiversity.
The vision must be integrated and multidisciplinary, from the smallest clay particle to the planning of the urban planning document, from "earthworm" nematodes to European regulations, in order to be long-term and take decisions with full knowledge of cause.
This is the invitation that is made for the 22nd edition of Intersol to be held in Lille in March 2023, deal with all the actors and parties stakeholders concerned with soils, crucial themes that are:
• Sustainable soil management, to promote strategic, ambitious and sustainable management,
• Techniques for diagnosing and treating pollutants in soils, to learn from novelties,
• The stake of land in the urban structure, to move towards a reconversion and the multi-use of spaces,
• The subtleties of the biodiversity and environmental risk approach,
• The place of regulations for a real consideration of soils in the territories
• A special session dedicated to young researchers - in the course of a doctorate or young doctor, creators of innovation, startups, will be organized during the event. The work presented in the form of pitches will be linked to the 5 themes of the colloquium. Show us your innovative skills!
If, like us, you are convinced that soil is an essential
ally in the transition of territories, then respond to this call for
applications because your feedback interests us!
▬ 6 major themes ▬
soil management: how to achieve and promote strategic, ambitious and
sustainable soil management?
Keywords: quality procedures with project owners/companies and other service providers (HSQE, CSR, energy sobriety, carbon footprint, QVT), implementation by project owners and their suppliers of sustainable soil management techniques in the management of projects or in the management of services
1.1. Soils multifunctionality: agronomic potential (including in urban areas) and source of biomass, soil infiltrability and regulation of the water cycle, carbon reservoir, biodiversity reservoir
1.2. Sustainable soil management within companies: controls and monitoring, human needs, material and technical needs, necessary recruitments, expectations of the profession
and treatment of pollutants in soils: where are the techniques?
Keywords: emerging pollutants, endocrine disruptors, PFAS, metabolites and co-metabolites, impacts of these pollutants and consequences on the environment, depollution, proven and/or innovative techniques, characterization of health and environmental risks, European feedback, analyses, preliminary investigations and controls, digital tools: evaluation – simulation – modeling (limits and uses), characterization of the bioavailability of pollutants present in soils
2.1. Diagnosis and characterization of environments: innovative tools and methods to take the springboard of the transition of territories
2.2. Treatment and management of pollutants impacting environments, rehabilitation of sites (techniques and strategies): the latest advances in the sector
planning and conversion of sites: the issue of land in the urban and peri-urban
structure; conversion of urban to peri-urban spaces: from simple
requalification to multi-use
Keywords: land, ZAN, communities, wasteland, town planning, town planning and planning documents, ENR and energy mix, planning - sustainable and circular economic development of territories (SCoT, PLU/PLUi, OAP, PLH, PCAET, SRADDET, etc.), alternative uses
3.1. Sustainable management of territories: consideration of land, economic, legal and ecological dimensions and typologies of soils
and environmental risks
Keywords: uses, wastelands, bioindicators, biota, ecosystem services, functionalities, continuum and functions, life in soils, carbon storage, ZAN, wetlands, rehabilitation and refunctionalization of impacted or degraded soils
and legal news
Keywords: polluted sites and soils, ground and surface water, waste, sediments, legislation and regulations, litigation and case law
session, young researchers / creators of innovation / startups
Young innovative companies, environmental startups (<2 years), doctoral researcher, young doctor...
This special session will be an integral part of the program. The proposed topics must be related to one of the themes of the congress. They will be presented in the form of pitches.
✧ their ability to present feedback on one or several use cases
✧ highlighting their novelty or improvement in relation to existing knowledge
✧ the technical, economic, energy, environmental and social context
✧ the prospects considered and their justification