Participation et développement soutenable des territoires (Participation and Sustainable Development of Territories)

Mannisi, A 2012, 'Participation et développement soutenable des territoires (Participation and Sustainable Development of Territories)', in La maison individuelle: vers ou envers des paysages soutenables?, Téhéran, Iran, 4-8 March 2012, pp. 259-272.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Participation et développement soutenable des territoires (Participation and Sustainable Development of Territories)
Author(s) Mannisi, A
Year 2012
Conference name The City, Pedestrian Life International Symposium
Conference location Téhéran, Iran
Conference dates 4-8 March 2012
Proceedings title La maison individuelle: vers ou envers des paysages soutenables?
Publisher Editions de la Villette
Place of publication Paris, France
Start page 259
End page 272
Total pages 14
Abstract The planning of territories experienced a dramatic upheaval during the twentieth century and lasting deterioration of the links between communities and resources that settle them. In Japan, this violent evolution has since demonstrated its weaknesses and produced a counter-current of thinkers and management of the intangible landscape and cultural resources that make up our environment. The reinterpretation of the environmental history of Japan since its opening to the world (1868), a reorientation of built environment experts on local ontologies to preserve cultural identities of autochthonous practices, enables to rethink our living spaces management in a resolutely humanistic way. However, because of the international conventions that tend to conform environmental policies, many local knowledges remain unknown to new expert generations. What are the steps of this economic internationalisation of knowledge and who are the new stakeholders of this new paradigm which now renders Japan one of the most advanced countries in terms of environmental management, after being one of the most polluted in the mid-twentieth century? Following an analysis of post-Meiji neoliberal jolts, the article will decipher the peculiarity of the Nippon environmental humanity through the ethics and activism of the philosopher Toshio Kuwako.
Subjects Landscape Architecture
ISBN 9782915456721
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