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Discussion pratique et discussion stratégique au nom de l'environnement. Différents modes de concertation pour définir des règles de gestion des marais

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  • Jacqueline Candau
  • Claire Ruault

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[fre] Deux dispositifs de concertation, renvoyant à des acteurs et à des modes de discussion différents, ont été mis en place à partir des années quatre-vingt- dix à propos de la gestion des marais en Charente- Maritime. Ils ont produit des résultats différents: légitimation de relations de collaboration jusque-là difficiles d'un côté, formulation d'une problématique technique de l'autre. Ces résultats sont complémentaires pour faire avancer la définition de nouvelles règles d'action. Mais leur articulation difficile interroge les conditions de la prise en compte du savoir des praticiens, ainsi que les possibilités d'adapter les dispositifs en fonction de l'évolution des discussions. Le caractère pragmatique et évolutif des dispositifs s'avère une condition d'une concertation productive sur le plan des idées. [eng] Two dialogue plans, distinguished by their participants and the modal of discussion, were launched in 1990 in Charente-Maritime about the marsh management. They have produced various results: le- gitimization of collaboration relations on one hand, formulation of a technical problematic on the other hand. These results are complementary to further define new action rules. But their difficult linking questions the conditions to consider the practitioner's knowledge, and the possibilities to fit the plans to the discussions progress. The evolving and pragmatic nature of the plans proved a condition to have a productive dialogue about ideas.

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  • Jacqueline Candau & Claire Ruault, 2002. "Discussion pratique et discussion stratégique au nom de l'environnement. Différents modes de concertation pour définir des règles de gestion des marais," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 270(1), pages 19-35.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_2002_num_270_1_5324
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.2002.5324
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    1. Jacqueline Candau, 1999. "Usage du concept d'espace public pour une lecture critique des processus de concertation. [Le cas des OLAE en Aquitaine]," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 252(1), pages 9-15.
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