Posts Tagged 'Governance'

The Southern Rhone network: a novel regional approach to drive dynamic projects

on jan 07, 2013 in Edito, Initiatives by Aswathi Chandramohan | No Comments »
The Southern Rhone network: a novel regional approach to drive dynamic projects

The education association « CPIE Rhone » (Permanent Centre for Environmental Initiative) from the Arles area benefits from the CPIE accreditation. It has been working for several years to raise awareness and enhance the image of the Rhone River. It now leads and manages a network of stakeholders involved in the field: the southern Rhone [...]

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7th Meeting of Mâcon “Rivers and territories”: Nicole Commerçon

on déc 11, 2012 in Events, Research by Aswathi Chandramohan | No Comments »
7th Meeting of Mâcon “Rivers and territories”: Nicole Commerçon

The conference “Rivers and territories” organized by the research Institute of Val de Saône on the 13th and 14th of September 2012 has sought to understand the many links that exist between rivers and territories today and also in the long-run and to examine the competitive uses that these links nurture. How do rivers interfere [...]

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Interview with André Micoud, sociologist, President of the Rhone River Centre

on déc 07, 2012 in Edito, Initiatives, Research by Aswathi Chandramohan | No Comments »
Interview with André Micoud, sociologist, President of the Rhone River Centre

You have done a great deal of work on the important changes in the role that nature plays in developed societies. Are rivers stakeholders in this process which is not just symbolic, but also practical in relation to how “objects of nature” are used in a contemporary urban context? What would be their role? Yes, [...]

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