Système d'indicateurs spatialisés pour la gouvernance territoriale : application à l'occupation des sols en zone périurbaine languedocienne

Abstract : In France, suburbanization phenomena impose to think the conditions for sustainable urban development. In the Languedoc region, in a context of a strong demographic attractiveness, fast and uncontrolled urbanization happens at the expense of the most productive farmland in the region, on the coastal plain. The evolution of social demands, as well as issues around food security on a world scale, raise the question how suburban planning policies deal with the agricultural land issue. In order to objectify discussions and support the decisions, the agricultural authorities have expressed an urgent need for spatial indicators. The objective of this thesis is to propose an approach to co-build a system of indicators so as to monitor the land urbanization process. Systems modeling and iterative consultation were chosen as the appropriate approaches to lead the making up process and the selection of indicators. This research revisits the DPSIR model by adapting it to the concept of territorial system and proposes to organize the participation of stakeholders to ensure legitimacy for the use of indicators. The method application, part of the operational requirements, covers the production and availability online of a structured set of 141 spatial indicators linking the evolution of land assets and the one of the languedocian "artificialized patch".
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Maud Balestrat. Système d'indicateurs spatialisés pour la gouvernance territoriale : application à l'occupation des sols en zone périurbaine languedocienne. Géographie. Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier III, 2011. Français. ⟨tel-00655401⟩

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