Thémis is part of the process initiated by the City of Paris to make the ZAC Clichy-Batignolles a Parisian urban eco-district, labeled New Urban District. This is one of the eco-districts through which the City of Paris implements an ambitious sustainable development policy, expressed in particular by its Climate Plan and Biodiversity Plan. Thémis is thus a showcase for sustainable development. Its reasoned construction, linked to its mixed wood-concrete structure and its controlled operation, thanks to the production of energy by geothermal energy, allow it to set an example in environmental terms. These commitments have made it the 1st tertiary building in France to receive the E + C- label awarded by the Ministry of Housing in 2017.
It is also labeled HQE “Excellent” (2015 benchmark), Breeam “Excellent” (2013 benchmark), Effinergie + (RT 2012) and Biosourcé (2015 benchmark). These innovations and the strong presence of wood in construction enabled it to be selected among the 10 pilot projects for the future Low Carbon Building label.