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Améliorer la résilience urbaine par un diagnostic collaboratif, l'exemple des services urbains parisiens face à l'inondation

Abstract : This research aims at designing and testing a methodology to improve urban resilience which includes both technical and organizational aspects. Ensuring the resilience of their territory is a major issue for local authorities, but the complexity of the stakes makes implementing this promising concept difficult. This research focuses on urban services, assuming that they are a necessary, but although insufficient, prerequisite to city resilience. Indeed, urban services are the backbone of urban functions and they are levers for action by authorities. Furthermore their technical and organizational specificities embody the urban system's complexity. Urban service manager collaboration is then relevant insofar that their interdependency is a critical resilience issue. The methodology to identify and asses urban service interdependencies is tested on the Parisian region. The future 100-year flood of the river Seine is a major concern for Parisian authorities, however planned responses are still disconnected. The collaborative approach constructed with Parisian managers highlights the importance of interdependency management. It also identifies margins for improvement in urban service resilience. Larger territorial scales must also be taken into account, including through urban planning and long term strategies. Hence, all stakeholders can be involved in order to feed and implement this continuous resilience improvement.
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Submitted on : Friday, March 28, 2014 - 3:43:13 PM
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Marie Toubin. Améliorer la résilience urbaine par un diagnostic collaboratif, l'exemple des services urbains parisiens face à l'inondation. Géographie. Université Paris-Diderot - Paris VII, 2014. Français. ⟨tel-00958279v2⟩

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