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Master Thesis

Faire des énergies renouvelables des projets territoriaux de transition écologique

Abstract : These days, despite climate emergency, the ecological transition is not a well-established approach on french territories. The implementation of renewable energies does not reflect a true involvement in the ecological transition. Projects are not coming from a regional reflexion, but from national politics. Besides, these projects are often criticized, showing the fear of the locals to see their landscapes being transformed. Indeed, we traditionally see landscapes as an object we need to protect and keep safe. This way of thinking, even if it is often necessary, is today putting the brakes on the ecological transition. However, a new approach is appearing, considering landscape as a tool to plan territories’ future. Landscapes have to power to reconnect renewable energies to the land hosting them. In this dissertation, we want to reveal the ability of renewable energies to initiate a territorial approach thanks to landscaping. To reach that goal, the impact assessment, which is the principal means of intervention for the landscape architect, has to be adapted. It also has to be enhanced by a more prospective vision and include public consultation process.
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Anne-Lise Grienenberger. Faire des énergies renouvelables des projets territoriaux de transition écologique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02337956⟩



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