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Résilience des territoires. Articuler les méthodes et disciplines pour proposer des améliorations stratégiques

Abstract : Decision-makers of risk-likely territories are trying to set up strategies to improve their practices to mitigate risks. The last EU flood directive, as an example, is pushing towards these new practices of risk management as it considers all territories liable to flooding, and ranks them according to three levels of danger. Furthermore, these territories are complex, depending on their specific geography on the one hand, and on the development of infrastructures sometimes in an uncontrolled manner on the other hand. These two factors bind authorities and critical infrastructure managers to modify their classical approaches of risk management: this leads to more integrated and shared actions. In terms of theoretical and operational research, this need implies to provide strategic thinking in a more transdisciplinary way with methods that are combined to achieve a better resilience for these territories such as risk analysis, spatial analysis and participatory methods, according to systemic approaches.
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Damien Serre, Johnny Douvinet, Serge Lhomme, Mireia Balsells, Bruno Barroca. Résilience des territoires. Articuler les méthodes et disciplines pour proposer des améliorations stratégiques. CIST2016 - En quête de territoire(s) ?, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2016, Grenoble, France. pp.446-451. ⟨hal-01353670⟩

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