Acceptabilité sociale et planification territoriale, éléments de réflexion à partir de l'éolien et du stockage du CO2

Abstract : In less than thirty years, the anthropogenic climate change has become a major challenge. In 2002, the European Union countries have ratified the Kyoto Protocol and set the goal of reducing their emissions of greenhouse gases 8% below the 1990 levels by 2012. Member States heavily rely on renewable energy and CO2 capture and storage in order to reduce their emissions. The social acceptability of these new technologies is often difficult because of the territorial and landscape recomposition they induce. This paper explores the case of wind power deployment in France in order to draw lessons as regards to the territorial planning and the deployment of new technologies such as CCS.
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Alain Nadai, Olivier Labussiere. Acceptabilité sociale et planification territoriale, éléments de réflexion à partir de l'éolien et du stockage du CO2. Captage et stockage du CO2 Enjeux techniques et sociaux en France, quae, pp.45-60, 2010. ⟨hal-00562042⟩

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