TERRITORIAL RECONVERSION AND TERRITORIAL KNOWLEDGE: ADDED-VALUE OF A TERRITORIAL INTELLIGENCE PROCESS IN FLEMALLE (Belgium).

Abstract : The areas of industrial tradition have to face many challenges, among which the reduction of unemployment, soil depollution, economic redeployment and urban revival are important issues. These basins are singularly affected by world and regional dynamics, in front of which the local actors, first concerned, feel penniless. More generally, one can consider that local territories are subjected to increasingly complex constraints and dynamics (delocalization, metropolisation, exurbanisation...). This makes essential the search for innovating solutions in order to ensure a harmonious development of territories respecting sustainable development principles.
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Christophe Breuer, Guénael Devillet, B. Merenne-Schoumaker. TERRITORIAL RECONVERSION AND TERRITORIAL KNOWLEDGE: ADDED-VALUE OF A TERRITORIAL INTELLIGENCE PROCESS IN FLEMALLE (Belgium).. International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Nov 2009, Salerno, Italy. pp.10. ⟨halshs-00533366⟩

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