L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : sustainability

La communauté territorialisée No TAV de la basse vallée de Suse (Italie). Peer review

Marina Soubirou et Nicolas Buclet | 27.11.2019

This paper examines the nature of the relationships between the inhabitants of the lower Susa Valley. Beyond their geographical proximity, they seem to be linked by bonds of cooperation forged through nearly half a century of local struggles, and they share a collective aspiration for strong sustainability. Because of these observations, we propose the notion of territorialized community, as the notions of territory and proximities are not sufficiently specific to describe the links uniting the Low-Valsusans and their space. [...]

La qualité comme moyen de repenser le développement durable d’un territoire. Peer review

Hervé Brédif | 23.05.2008

Quality is all the more difficult to define as its meaning seems obvious. It’s worth considering the different senses of the word and trying to explain how quality can, at the same time, be forgotten by sciences, while being so much used in the field of management. Hence, a more precise meaning can be given. This allows explaining why official approaches of sustainability have reached deadlock. In fact, quality appears to be a precious operator, that reveals which characteristics [...]