Vulnérabilité territoriale et résiliences: résistances et capacités adaptatives face aux aléas climatiques

Abstract : Namely inherited by its double "reactive" and "proactive" dimensioning, the multisacalar status of the resilience concept is illustrated here by the storm Xynthia, which occured in France on February 2010. Through designing this disaster as a structural traduction of townplanning dysfunction, resilience appears to formalize a paradigmatic change of natural risk treatment, namely applied to urban development strategies.
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Philippe Woloszyn, Béatrice Quenault. Vulnérabilité territoriale et résiliences: résistances et capacités adaptatives face aux aléas climatiques. International Conference of Territorial Intelligence "Territorial Intelligence, Socio-Ecological Transition and Resilience of the Territories", May 2013, Besançon-Dijon, France. ⟨halshs-00827374⟩

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