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Pour une justice environnementale européenne : le cas de la précarité énergétique

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  • Eloi Laurent

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    (OFCE - OFCE - Sciences Po)

Le débat scientifique et démocratique sur la justice environnementale et sur l'articulation des politiques sociales et environnementales, vieux de plus de deux décennies outre-Atlantique, ne fait que commencer en Europe. L'État providence ne peut plus faire l'impasse dans l'Union européenne sur l'environnement dans lequel vivent les individus (travail, résidence, loisirs) dès lors que celui-ci détermine en partie les facteurs affectant leur santé et plus largement leur bien-être. Il s'agit donc pour les pays membres et les instances de l'UE à la fois d'adopter et d'adapter l'exigence de justice environnementale. Cet article propose des pistes en vue de cette adaptation et, après avoir défini différentes catégories d'inégalités environnementales, en éclaire plus particulièrement un aspect : la précarité ou pauvreté énergétique. La situation du Royaume-Uni et de la France sont passées en revue avant d'aborder les enjeux et modalités d'une politique européenne de lutte contre la précarité énergétique.

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Date of creation: 2011
Publication status: Published in Revue de l'OFCE, Presses de Sciences Po, 2011, pp.99-120
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  1. Laurent, Éloi, 2011. "Issues in environmental justice within the European Union," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 70(11), pages 1846-1853, September.
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