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Mot-clé : Atlas des risques en France Yvette Veyret ET Richard Laganier (dir.)_x
Source: HAL

Institutional approach vs. local constraints in risk management

Investigations into flood risk in Languedoc-Roussillon (southern France)

Vinet, Freddy (30 nov. 2007)

The flood risk has long been seen only as a hydrological phenomenon. Flood risk management has therefore been directed almost exclusively toward curative methods. Dykes and dams attempted to contain the flood while crisis management and insurance compensated for loss. The acknowledgement of human ...

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Source: HAL

Management of natural risks in the mountainous areas of western Europe. A comparative analysis between Valais (Switzerland), Aosta valley (Italy) and Hautes-Pyrénées (France)

Peltier, Anne (9 dec. 2005)

Comparative analysis shows that for two centuries there has been a certain convergence of speeches and public policies about risks: the approach on climatic change succeeded the speech on the deforestation of mountains, and legal hazard mapping replaced the afforestation and forests protection. ...

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Source: HAL

ICTs AND LOCAL TERRITORIES IN A PROSPECT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.
THE RHIZOME – TV FIL 78 – SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES EXPERIMENT.

Martin-Brelot, Hélène (6 jan. 2006)

Through the ability of connecting places and people, ICTs constitute essential tools to implement territorial planning strategies.A technical and historical approach of telecommunications, broadcasting and computing enables firstly to enlight the digital convergence phenomenon, secondly to ...

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Source: HAL

Regards sur les paysages de l'eau. Evolution des usages de l'eau, dynamiques du territoire et mutations paysagères en Méditerranée occidentale.

Riviere-Honegger, Anne (12 sep. 2008)

Les hommes, par leurs usages de l'eau, ont créé des paysages originaux en Méditerranée. L'eau peut-elle être considérée comme un élément essentiel de façonnement des paysages méditerranéens ? Mais ne l'est-elle pas aussi pour d'autres régions ? Quels paysages ont-ils été produits ...

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Source: HAL

Géohistoire des catastrophes et des risques torrentiels. Une histoire de l'environnement pyrénéen

Antoine, Jean-Marc (13 dec. 2010)

Le mémoire d'habilitation fait le point sur quinze années de recherches sur les risques torrentiels montagnards, essentiellement dans les Pyrénées, et dans une dimension historique. Le mémoire est organisé en trois parties : une première partie de mise en perspective théorique et de ...

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Landscapes and agricultural practices in south Lorraine : impact of the agriculture on the environment

Jacopin, Rachel (15 dec. 2011)

Cette recherche de géographie rurale est consacrée à l'étude des paysages et des pratiques des agriculteurs en prenant pour champ géographique d'étude le bassin versant du Madon. Comprendre les élaborations actuelles des paysages en relation avec des stratégies agricoles plurifonctionnelles ...

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Source: HAL

The planet and the global World. From modern risk society to a society of uncertainty.

Reghezza, Magali (25 nov. 2015)

In a context of environmental global threats, modern societies realize that the planet exists as a "natural" and finite physical body. This new representation is part of globalization defined as “the advent of the World”. The cases of natural and environnemental hazards justify a distinction ...

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Climatic excesses in the French Massif central. The impact of the high pluviometric and anemometric weather in Auvergne.

Jubertie, Fabien (29 may 2006)

In our thesis, the term « excess » has a broader meaning than its common definition. Excess is perceveid with damage existence and it shows the synergism between an ominous weather (the high weather) and the vulnerabilities. According to how the relief of the Auvergne is placed, it has a tendency ...

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Territories, stakeholders and stakes in urban sustainability: The case of the Parisian metropolis

Jégou, Anne (9 dec. 2011)

Urban sustainability dynamics can be identified through territorial tools: Agendas 21, Climate Plans and sustainable neighborhood projects, conducted most of all by local authorities. Even if the Parisian metropolis is behind as regards sustainability, a patchwork of initiatives grows, led by ...

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Flood hazard and governance of places in urban regeneration areas : the examples of Seine-Amont and East London.

Beucher, Stéphanie (15 oct. 2008)

The aim of this PhD is to analyse the obstacles facing flood risk management as it is integrated into spatial planning policies. Recently, the French and British governments have implemented several policies in order to ensure that flood risk is taken into account at all the stages of the planning ...

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