LA SENSIBILITE PAYSAGERE A L'EPREUVE DE LA GESTION TERRITORIALE, Paysages et politiques publiques de l'aménagement en Pays de la Loire.

Abstract : In France, the “Law on landscape” of 1993 encourages local authorities to target the conservation and development of landscapes in their planning policies. However, as the notion of landscape involves the sensitivity of the observer, dealing with the landscape in the framework of a territorial policy might reveal some incompatibility. How can public policies match sensitive perceptions of landscapes with their territorial scales ? The contemporary economic mechanisms induce widely practiced behaviours which, in return, necessitate the emergence of these policies. At various scales of the territories (in this case, the geographical setting of the Pays de la Loire), the concern for landscape can take different directions. But these new scales in “landscape planning” create problems for their managers. From a landscape to a territory, there is more than a mere change in scale, the nature of the subject is simply not the same. The territorial dimension of the landscape management also induces conflicts between the various participants defending their perceptions on landscapes that they hold as their own and transform into the instruments of their own views, interests and targets.
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Hervé Davodeau. LA SENSIBILITE PAYSAGERE A L'EPREUVE DE LA GESTION TERRITORIALE, Paysages et politiques publiques de l'aménagement en Pays de la Loire.. Géographie. Université d'Angers, 2003. Français. ⟨tel-00492307⟩

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