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Pecs2011-caINTI-territories-Serge ORMAUX

  1. 1. GDRI‐caINTI
 T.
[TERRITORIES]
 serge
Ormaux

(ThéMA
‐
University
of
Franche‐Comté
–
CNRS)
Territories
linking
places
and
communities
in
the
transition
 to
sustainable
development
 1
  2. 2. 
This
axis
will
continue
the
 state
of
art
concerning
the
 combination
of
economic,
 social,
environmental
and
 cultural
objectives
of
sustainable
development
on
 three
topics
:
 2
  3. 3. 1‐
The
concepts
2‐
The
fundamental
methods
3‐
The
territorial
development
 systems
 3
  4. 4. 1­
The
concepts
of

 ‐
territory,

 ‐
terrorial
intellligence,

 ‐
sustainable
development,

 ‐
well
being,

 
and
linked
concepts
through
 some
disciplinary
Aields.
 4
  5. 5. Some
direcJons
of
work
:
Territory:
typology
of
the
approaches,
 based
on
bibliography
and
interviews
 (Europe,
South
America…)
Territorial
intelligence
:
what
is
TI;
 What
is
not
TI;
TI
and
similar
 paradigms
;
linked
concepts
;
towards
 an
ontology
of
TI
;
penetration
of
TI
in
 scientiAic
literature…
 5
  6. 6. Some
direcJons
of
work
Well
being:
‐
Can
we
speak
of
a
territorial
well
being
?

[for
exemple,
in
Britain
(France)
an
 association
deAined
an
ISBET
 (
«
Indicateurs
sociétaux
de
bien‐être
 territorialisé
»)]
‐How
to
connect
this

ques
tion
with
the
 concept
of
well
being
liberty
(Amartya
 Sen)
?
 6
  7. 7. Some
direcJons
of
work
Sustainable
development
:
‐From
3
to
4
pilars
of
SD
(+
the
cultural
 dimension)
‐The
territorial
dimension
of
SD
‐SD
and
territorial
cohesion
‐SD
and
spatial
discontinuities
…
 7
  8. 8. 2‐The
scienJfic
fundamental
method
of
 territories
analysis

 ‐The
purpose
is
to
compare
and
to
connect
some
 methodologiacal
paradigms,
to
question
their
 participatory
dimension
and
to
see
how
it
is
 possible
to
transcend
these
different
approaches
 into
considering
a
meta‐method.

 ‐These
methods
are
territorial
observation
;
 meso‐scale
approach
;
structural
geography,
 landscape
analysis
(from
physionomy
to
 mediation)
;
spatial
modelisation,
…

 8
  9. 9. 3‐Territorial
development
systems
Such
as:
‐  clusters
‐  
science
and
industrial
parks
‐  development
partnership
underlying
current
development
in
a
bottom‐up
 dynamic
 9
  10. 10. 3‐Territorial
development
systems
And
I
suggest
to
work
also
about
 territorialised
productions
like

 «
terroir
products
»,
or

«
land
 products
»,
with
protected
indications
 of
origin
 10
  11. 11. Conclusion

 We
hope
:
• ‐
it
will
strengthen
the
scientiAic
 dimension
ot
territorial
 intelligence
;
• ‐
it
will
give
suggestions
for
a
 structural
reform
for
ecological
and
 social
transition
 11

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