PYRENEES-MONT PERDU PATRIMOINE MONDIAL: UN ESPACE MONTAGNARD A L'EPREUVE DE LA PROTECTION ET DE SA GESTION

Abstract : Pyrenees-Mont Perdu World Heritage site, located in the Central Pyrenees, is shared between France and Spain. Its landscapes testify of nature action but they are also related to the pastoral civilisation which has left its pattern in the mountain, evolving through a long interaction between people and nature. Reputed for its spectacular scenery, this area had been protected by numerous features and received the World Heritage certification in 1997. The implementation of World Heritage Site tried to shift a new outlook in the “patrimonialization” process, going further decades-old regulation and administrative conservation. However, after ten years, the management of this area is proving ineffective and the ability of transboundary cooperation remains very low. Several factors explain this failure, including physical difficulties for working together and the lack of a real community-based management and monitoring approach. Discussing the “patrimonialization” phenomenon, the paper highlights also the differences regarding the sense of place and local identity that exist among stakeholders and dwellers.
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Rémi Bénos, Alain Cazenave-Piarrot, Johan Milian. PYRENEES-MONT PERDU PATRIMOINE MONDIAL: UN ESPACE MONTAGNARD A L'EPREUVE DE LA PROTECTION ET DE SA GESTION. PYRENEES-MONT PERDU PATRIMOINE MONDIAL: UN ESPACE MONTAGNARD A L'EPREUVE DE LA PROTECTION ET DE SA GESTION, May 2007, BAEZA, Espagne. pp.47-63. ⟨hal-00374871⟩

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