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Apports de la gestion différenciée et des concepts de zonage dans le cadre d'une réorganisation spatiale pour la résilience des territoires agricoles

Abstract : Resilience is a recent concept which aims to assess the capacity of socio-ecological systems to adjust to disturbances. Firstly we deal with the consequences of the development of modern agriculture and its impacts on the sustainability of farms and territories through the french example. To leave these current pitfalls, some people initiate social experimentations which aimed sustainability. We discuss the factors of resilience of territories in the light of some of these experiments. Secondly, we focus on differentiated greenspaces management and zoning permaculture which are spatial organization models inspired by lesser human intervention in space. They have in common to reach an organization in concentric zones where human activities are highest in the center. Because these models optimise energy efficiency, they may contribute to spatial organization of resilient territories.
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Antoine Vallet. Apports de la gestion différenciée et des concepts de zonage dans le cadre d'une réorganisation spatiale pour la résilience des territoires agricoles. Sciences agricoles. 2016. ⟨dumas-01392439⟩

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