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Construire en commun par le paysage. Trois controverses paysagères relues à l’aune du bien commun

Abstract : This article undertakes a combined analysis of the common good and the land-scape with the assumption that each concept can enrich and reinforce the other in terms of both the issues at stake and potential policy tools. Through three case studies in France and Switzerland (river rehabilitation in the Vexin region of the Val d’Oise and Yvelines, an urban renewal operation in the Belle-Beille district of Angers, an urbanisation project in the Cherpines area of Geneva), it seeks to identify what constitutes the commons, how it is built and on what scale. It explores the different dimensions of the relationship to the landscape (in terms of uses and values) at work in the construction of the commons. The landscape provides an original perspective for analysing ownership questions and permits the issue of the common good to be addressed beyond the categories of natural and cultural goods. It thus brings out issues concerning the meaning and affects individuals give to the places where they live and spend time.
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Monique Toublanc, Anne Sgard, Sophie Bonin, Hervé Davodeau, Pierre Dérioz, et al.. Construire en commun par le paysage. Trois controverses paysagères relues à l’aune du bien commun. Espaces et sociétés (Paris, France), Erès, 2018, n°175 (4), pp.105. ⟨10.3917/esp.175.0105⟩. ⟨hal-02964523⟩



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