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TIC, soutenabilité et stratégie territoriale des villes durables : le cas des EcoCités en France
[ICT, Sustainability and Territorial Strategy of Sustainable Cities: The EcoCities in France]

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  • Amel ATTOUR

    () (GREDEG-CNRS-UMR7321)

  • Marc-Hubert DEPRET

    () (Université de Poitiers, IRIAF/CRIEF)

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Cet article traite du cas des villes urbaines et de la manière dont développement durable (DD), technologies de l'information et de la Communication (TIC) et stratégie territoriale se combinent au niveau local. Il définit, dans une première partie, les notions de durabilité, de ville durable, de « TIC vertes » et les intègre dans le contexte historique et institutionnel des villes urbaines contemporaines. Il dresse ensuite, dans une deuxième et troisième partie, le panorama des politiques de développement durable et de développement numérique mises en œuvre par un échantillon d’EcoCités françaises labélisées dans le cadre du « plan d’actions Ville durable » de novembre 2009. Il propose enfin une typologie des projets de villes durables sur la base de trois critères : les choix technologiques, la stratégique économique et la dimension territoriale des initiatives publiques locales.

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  • Amel ATTOUR & Marc-Hubert DEPRET, 2013. "TIC, soutenabilité et stratégie territoriale des villes durables : le cas des EcoCités en France
    [ICT, Sustainability and Territorial Strategy of Sustainable Cities: The EcoCities in France]
    ," Working Papers 36, Réseau de Recherche sur l’Innovation. / Research Network on Innovation.
  • Handle: RePEc:rii:rridoc:36
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    Keywords

    attractivité; développement durable; résilience; stratégie territoriale locale; technologies de l’information et de la Communication; ville durable; attractiveness; sustainable development; resilience; local territorial strategy; information and communication technology; sustainable city;

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    • O10 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - General
    • O20 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Development Planning and Policy - - - General
    • O38 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Innovation; Research and Development; Technological Change; Intellectual Property Rights - - - Government Policy

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