Les communautés locales danoises : quelles innovations sociales à la périphérie des villes ?

Abstract : Denmark is well known for being a pioneer in sustainable local communities: self-administered neighbourhood, ecodistricts, shared living, ecovillages. Most of these are situated around the biggest cities of the country: Copenhagen, Aarhus or Aalborg. The social innovation created by them is now debated: do they really contribute to social bounding by introducing diversity into urban periphery or are they more becoming like wealthy hipsters’ ghettos? Many examples such as 8-tallet, the ecodistrict of Hedebygade (Copenhagen), the shared-gardens of Aalborg and the ecovillages of Munksøgård and Hjortshøj bring in different ways to a process of inductive and multi-scaled analysis.
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Nicolas Escach. Les communautés locales danoises : quelles innovations sociales à la périphérie des villes ?. Nordiques, 2017, La transition des villes nordiques : quelles innovations territoriales en périphérie ?. ⟨halshs-01533496v2⟩

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