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Strasbourg - Jeanne Barseghian


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City: 78.26 km2


City: 283,515

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Area code(s)

+33 (0)388, (0)390, (0)368


Mayor: Jeanne Barseghian

Jeanne Barseghian


French politician Jeanne Barseghian has been serving as mayor of Strasbourg since 2020. She was a member of City council and is a proud member of Europe Ecology – The Greens since 2013. By becoming the mayor of Strasbourg, she has also became the first mayor of the city that is representing the green movement. In 2014, she was elected to the City Council of Strasbourg, and the Eurométropole de Strasbourg Council. Since she was young, Jeanne has been interested and involved in environmental and ecological activism with groups like Alsace Nature, which is the federative association for the protection of nature and the environment. After she completed her legal studies, she advised companies, communities, and local groups on economic, social, and environmental issues. Jeanne is the mayor who wants to make real changes considering Strasbourg’s ecology. She advises people to take real actions urging them about climate problems and social and democratic justice issues. Since becoming mayor of Strasbourg, Jeanne declared an “ecological state of emergency”. She also has a vision launching a large loan in favor of thermal renovation, creating a bonus for Strasbourg residents who abandon their vehicle and also building an urban RER to connect the 14 stations of the metropolis. As mayor of Strasbourg, Jeanne Barseghian is constantly addressing the climate emergency and solving the concrete problems of citizens and businesses related to the environmental, social, and economic consequences of the climate crisis. During her term as a mayor,Barseghian conducted many helpful projects for the city which include the demineralization of the city center and creating many new parks and cycling paths across the city. Jeanne also wants to ban the use of diesel vehicles from the city center by 2025 which would be a great step towards a greener future for the city of Strasbourg. Jeanne Barseghian also managed to launch the development of the pact for a sustainable local economy to combine ecology and economy in a co-construction process with the relevant players in the territory. (photo credit: wikimedia)


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Strasbourg is the capital and largest city of the Grand Est region of France and is the official seat of the European Parliament. In 2016, the city proper had 279,284 inhabitants and both the Eurométropole de Strasbourg (Greater Strasbourg) and the Arrondissement of Strasbourg had 491,409 inhabitants.

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