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La « transition énergétique » : Les ambiguïtés d’une notion à géométrie variable

  • De Perthuis, Christian
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    Le « grand débat sur la transition énergétique » lancé par le gouvernement à la suite de la conférence environnementale déploie beaucoup d’énergies et accapare l’attention des médias. Ce qui mobilise désormais, ce n’est plus l’action face au changement climatique, mais la transition énergétique dont le climat ne semble constituer que l’une des composantes. La dérive sémantique, observée en France aussi bien qu’à l’étranger, n’est pas anodine : ce concept à géométrie variable peut en réalité justifier des orientations et stratégies politiques qui se tournent le dos. Il est urgent de définir avec plus de rigueur ce qu’on appelle une transition énergétique et le type de celle qu’on veut mettre en œuvre. Les implications en sont importantes pour la prise de décision comme le montre l’exemple du gaz de schiste pris ici en illustration.

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    Date of creation: Mar 2013
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    Publication status: Published in Les Cahiers de la Chaire Economie du Climat, Série Information et débats, 2013
    Handle: RePEc:dau:papers:123456789/11144
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