Dispositifs de gouvernance territoriale durable en agriculture. Analyse de trois situations en France et au Brésil

Abstract : For the last decade, governance issues become of a growing interest for local actors which seek to gather stakeholders around sustainable development actions. Likewise researchers try to understand why and how local actors move from hierarchical modes of co-ordination to a distributed and more participating ones. The shift is not so obvious and involve recombining processes. Local actors have two alternatives: to appropriate existing devices and tools and "tinker" them or to invent new ones to deal with the sustainable development stakes. The paper suggest an analysis of farming actors behaviour facing governance devices and tools, through three case studies. The authors conclude that carrying out sustainable development at the local scale involve local actors planning out its stakes and objectives at the action local level.
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Sylvie Lardon, Jean-Philippe Tonneau, Richard Raymond, Eduardo Chia, Patrick Caron. Dispositifs de gouvernance territoriale durable en agriculture. Analyse de trois situations en France et au Brésil. Environnement Aménagement société, 2008, 209, pp.17-36. ⟨halshs-00730935⟩

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