Negotiating urbanization for a sustainable coastal area : are Régional Natural Parks vectors of integration or fragmentation of the stakes?

Abstract : The study of several coastal Regional Natural Parks (PNR) or park projects has shown that obtaining or renewing their certification label can cause controversy over a specific issue, namely the control of coastal urbanisation. By concentrating on the case of the Gulf of Morbihan, we were able to monitor and analyse the negotiation process between several local actors with regard to meeting requirements of national institutions representing the environmental general interest. The process, being at the same time cooperative and conflictual, provides a place-based sustainable development norm, new proximities, innovations. A comparative analysis of two other cases enabled us to identify recurrences and differences in the way similar issues are dealt with. Two models of local sustainable development governance emerged, with the PNR being either a negotiation space for area-based sustainable development standards applicable for everyone, or a platform for a default or even corrective action when allocating managing organisations’ skills and missions.
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Jean-Eudes Beuret, Anne Cadoret. Negotiating urbanization for a sustainable coastal area : are Régional Natural Parks vectors of integration or fragmentation of the stakes?. Norois, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2017, pp.47-62. ⟨10.4000/norois.6161 ⟩. ⟨hal-02273274⟩

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