Adresse

 

Téléphone

+41 22 327 9400 (DT)
+41 22 388 5540 (OCAN)
+41 22 388 1940 (SCDD)

Courriel

info-service@etat.ge.ch (DT)
nature.ocan@etat.ge.ch (OCAN)
agenda21@etat.ge.ch (SCDD)

Site web

www.ge.ch/organisation/departement-du-territoire-dt
www.ge.ch/nature
www.ge.ch/organisation/service-cantonal-du-developpement-durable

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Since the XIX century, Geneva hosts a unique range of international organisations which work towards building a safer, more prosperous and more just world.

Département du territoire (DT)

The Département du territoire (DT) is responsible for the Canton of Geneva’s public policies on the environment, nature, agriculture, transport and mobility and land management, including responsibility for the SME of the state of Geneva and the carbon dioxide assessement.

Office cantonal de l’environnement

L’OCEV propose et met en œuvre la politique de protection de l’environnement. Celle-ci contribue à réduire les polluants dans l’air et les bâtiments, le bruit, les rayonnements non-ionisants et les risques d’accidents majeurs. Elle vise à préserver les ressources naturelles exploitables par une bonne gestion du sol, du sous-sol et des déchets. Trois services assurent la mise en œuvre : le service de l’environnement et des risques majeurs (SERMA), le service de géologie, sols et déchets (GESDEC) et le service de l’air, du bruit et des rayonnements non ionisants (SABRA).

Office cantonal de l’agriculture et de la nature (OCAN)

The Office cantonal de l’agriculture et de la nature (OCAN) of the Canton of Geneva ensures the preservation of agricultural land. It also promotes cantonal food sovereignty, sustainable development, and a productive, profitable, competitive and environmentally friendly agriculture.

Département présidentiel

Service cantonal du développement durable (SCDD)

The Service cantonal du développement durable (SCDD) of the Canton of Geneva leads the cantonal Agenda 21 program and coordinates the implementation of the Public Action Act for sustainable development.

Service for international solidarity

By means of its Service for international solidarity, the State of Geneva is committed to the promotion of sustainable development in order to contribute to the fight against poverty in less developed countries and to address socioeconomic disparities, discrimination and exclusion. The Service for international solidarity manages the cantonal fund of international solidarity and acts as an interface between associations or NGO applicants, the cantonal administration and the Geneva State Council.

 Office for International Geneva

The Office for International Geneva of the Republic and State of Geneva is responsible for handling all issues relating to the activities and installation of international organizations in Geneva.

Experts

Daniel Chambaz

Daniel Chambaz is the Director-General of the Environment at the Canton of Geneva.

Rémy Zinder

Rémy Zinder is the Director of the Cantonal Service on Sustainable Development in the Canton of Geneva.