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Landscape morphological analysis between archaeology and town and country planning. Urban form and country form studies in Val-d'Oise (France)
This work explains how historical landscape study can be used for town and country planning.<br />The morphology studies land allotment, settlement and road networks dynamics. In the first part, we explore the morphological experience in archaeology, geography and town planning. It contains conceptu...
Landscape research in Belgium
In the federal state Belgium, landscape research evolved from regional geographical monographs to more applied research that focuses upon the specific problems in each of the regions. In the highly urbanized Flanders region in the north, aspects of suburbanization and fragmentation are the most impo...
The Use of Satellite Imagery and GIS for Humanitarian Assistance: Developing and Managing Water Supply in Urban Territories under Conflict . GI_Forum|GI_Forum 2017, Volume 1 |
This paper describes the use of satellite imagery and GIS within projects of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and describes how this type of information can be used as a support in the humanitarian field, specifically for the support of water supply in urban settings. The paper pr...
Centrality of Land in the Capital Accumulation Regime in China
International audience This paper engages in a discussion between regulationists and urban scientists with the aim of bringing awareness of the growing role of property markets as drivers of contemporaneous capitalist regimes — a dimension that has not been given sufficient consideration by the Fren...
Putting ordinary landscapes at the centre of a pedagogy
Review article (scientific article in a peer-reviewed journal) If it is easy to say about the need to make ordinary landscapes the subject of public policies, the transition to action often remains problematic for planning professionals. In particular, this text questions the training of landscapes...
Les demandes de nature et d’agriculture. Quels outils de gestion pour les acteurs de l'agglomération grenobloise ?
International audience This research is based on two issues presenting the current requirements of the city of Grenoble in terms of nature, countryside and agriculture. The first issue is meant to show how this requirement is run by the institutions for development and planning? The second one is in...
Characterizing water security with a watershed approach: Case study Veracruz, Mexico
187 203 25 3 Carrillo-Martínez, J.T., Backhoff-Pohls, M.A., Carrasco-Esparza, R.D., González-Moreno, J.O., Hernández-Mauricio, M.R., Meza-Martínez, L.I., Montoya-Ortíz, L.A., Morales-Bautista, E.M., Rangel-Espinosa, M. del R., Rodríguez-Bonilla, J.C., Rodríguez-García, E., Serna-García, M., Vallecil...
Governing the urban project through socio-cultural animation: prospects and limitations. An example of the agglomeration of Grenoble
The municipality and its territorial jurisdictions are ubiquitous in metropolitan construction today. In view of the ongoing processes observed through the French metropolitan urban projects and strategies (Popsu2 research programme), the importance given to the dynamics of mediation, participation,...
Geographers have a long-standing interest in the border. The latter is one of the first subjects of study of discipline, as developed in contemporary times. From the deterministic and imperialist concepts of the German school, a pioneer in this area, to the possible approaches of the French school,...
Elements for environmental foresight. The issue of sensitive planning
This article asks about the sensitivity of the development, trying to see how, in addition to the register of experience, it could help to reflect on the standards of its models of action, their blocking points and innovation. By bringing the organisation closer to a clinical activity open to experi...
Initiatives of territories adaptation to climate changes: between maintaining local development strategies and strengthening territorial cooperations
International audience Territorial issues of climate change, related to anthropogenic greenhouse effect, are fluctuating both in their expressions and in their effects. Territories are unequal to these climate changes both in terms of exposure to the effects (depending on physical, social, economic,...
Spatial accessibility to amenities in fractal and non fractal urban patterns
International audience One of the challenges of urban planning and design is to formulate an optimal urban form that meets all the environmental, social, and economic expectations of sustainable urban development. In this perspective, some scholars have taken an interest in fractal urban forms. Our...
The effects of localization on economic performance: analysis of spanish tourism clusters
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Local development actors and strategies in Central Europe
The transformations in the new Central European Member States, following their entry into the European Union (EU), call for a renewal of rural development analysis frameworks. For more than 40 years, rural societies in eastern Europe have been the scope of the collectivist model, framed by central g...
Da Cunha A. -Ruegg J. (Dir.), Sustainable Development and Spatial Planning
Any book drawn from scattered contributions made in the context of seminars must avoid the trap of having too great inequalities in terms of language and links between the speakers. This trap is remarkably avoided here, as the articles remain closely linked to the objective of the three parts of thi...
Mass Tourism and sustainable Tourism in Landscape Crisis Period: the Canal du Midi (France)
Dal XVII secolo, il Canal du Midi ha conosciuto conflitti d'uso e paesaggistici molto diverso. Attualmente, la Voies Navigables de France (VNF) come popolazione residenti e turisti devono affrontare una grave crisi paesaggistica e ambientale. La scomparsa dei platani centenari a causa del fungo e de...
Logistical accumulation in the Paris metropolitan area: The emergence of private infrastructure managers in the periphery?
the strong logistical development, particularly in the northern countries, is reflected in the accumulation of warehouses in metropolitan areas (Hesse, 2008) such as Paris. It requires the production of large areas, large warehouses, very well connected to motorway networks. The traditional pattern...
Urban-rural-natural gradient analysis with CORINE data: An application to the metropolitan France
International audience Urbanization and agriculture can be considered as main drivers of landscape change in many parts of the world, including France, producing particular interacting environmental gradients, which in combination with natural components, give rise to the urban-rural-natural (URN) g...
Portugal and the challenge of the energy transition: challenges and conflicts
As other European states, Portugal has undertaken an ambitious energy transition policy. Thus, by 2020, the country intends to triple its renewable energy production capacity compared to the situation in 2005. Thanks to numerous incentives, the capacity of the wind farm has increased significantly....
Energetic transition as strategy for promoting local development.
International audience This article deals with the strategy adopted by a rural conurbation so as to implement a new decentralised energetic system. It is supposed to take into account production and consumption of all human activities on a particular area. This study targets to know whether the new...
The resident receptivity proof of social housing projects. : Challenges and prospects through the case of Marseille : urban renewal in St. Bartholomew III Picon-Busserine
Urban renewal in social housing areas is in high hopes to revisit through a comprehensive approach to priority neighborhoods said geography and politics of the city. Whatever the justifications intentions and actions, the objectives of this intervention depends largely on the terms of its spatial an...
The development of the Hauts in Réunion
In the Département d’Outre-Mer de La Réunion, an important land development is a course in the upper parts of this tropical island. The development is carried out in accordance with French law and European EEC directives, but local conditions are specific: the State’s forestry sector is very extensi...
The artist, the map and the territory. Distorting visual representations
International audience This paper explores new types of artistic interventions developed in relation with urban space or city planning activities. Here, artists do not only aim to create artwork but also to contribute to work on on-going or future territorial transformations, along with urban profes...
Popular spaces, intimeshare public gardens in Cairo, Rabat and Damascus
originally created for and by bourgeoise classes, the public gardens have been deserved for a number of decades by the wealthy layers of the Arab world, now folded to the private sphere. Abandoned to popular layers, they now attract (through their public character) intimate practices, and are places...
Games Vertes, towards a new paradigm?
in France, since the 2009 law known as Grenelle 1, projects to develop green frames have increased. This phenomenon is visible in multiple forms at different territorial levels, from national to local. We then formulate the following problem: green frames: between speeches and materiality, what real...