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Master Thesis

L'éolien : l'apport d'un nouveau motif dans le paysage

Abstract : The climate change society is facing requires a new energetic model policy. France has set wind power in its core strategy; meaning a doubling of the aeolian national park is planned for 2030. The introduction of a new gigantic element leads towards an unavoidable transformation of landscapes. However, a disparity of its distribution can be noticed throughout the French territory, which brings us to wonder: What landscape can be planned for wind power? This thesis aims to answer this question through the study of the energetics management and the French landscape and patrimonial management. The latter has a tangible impact upon the distribution of the wind power pattern in France as the aeolian projects tend to settle in the “patrimonial gaps”. Nonetheless, the patrimonial management is the legacy of a rigid vision of landscape whose defense is based upon visual. Furthermore, this vision does not represent the landscape’s principles which are dynamism and subjectivity. Would there be any way to conduct a wind power plan according to the perspective of project plan and landscape creation instead of working solely with patrimonial constraints? Automatically considering the local operators in the project could be a way to reinforce the accessibility of wind power projects which are often debated.
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Candice Gouraud. L'éolien : l'apport d'un nouveau motif dans le paysage. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02403131⟩



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