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Transfer and adaptation of the DEMIT approach to the Mexican context: elements to reformulate for its effective application
[Transferencia y adaptación del enfoque DEMIT al contexto mexicano: elementos a reformular para su aplicación eficaz]

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  • María de Lourdes VÁzquez RascÓn

    (UQAM - Université du Québec à Montréal = University of Québec in Montréal)

  • Miguel Ángel Corona JimÉnez
  • Adrian Ilinca

    (UQAR - Université du Québec à Rimouski)

Abstract

The DEMIT approach (energy development by modeling and territorial intelligence) was created to respond to citizen requests for transparency and participation in decision-making for the construction of wind farms in the state of Quebec, Canada. To this end, DEMIT articulates four modules where multicriterial analysis and collaborative geographic information systems interact with the knowledge (local or techno-scientific) of the actors involved in a renewable energy project. In an academic and institutional framework, and thanks to bilateral financing, in 2012 a pilot project was carried out to transfer and adapt this approach to the Mexican context. This pilot project is fictitious and exclusively academic.

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  • María de Lourdes VÁzquez RascÓn & Miguel Ángel Corona JimÉnez & Adrian Ilinca, 2017. "Transfer and adaptation of the DEMIT approach to the Mexican context: elements to reformulate for its effective application [Transferencia y adaptación del enfoque DEMIT al contexto mexicano: eleme," Post-Print halshs-01740298, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-01740298
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