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Contribution au développement d'une méthodologie d'évaluation environnementale aux échelles urbaines.

Abstract : Building stock represents a major capital in economic, cultural and social terms. This stock to function, to renew itself and to grow consumes larges flows of energy and raw materials. At the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, governments around the world pledged to limit global warming below 2 ° C. The local translation of this commitment leads local councilors to make sustainable urban development and ecological transition two central elements of their urban planning policy. If the project of an independent discipline, which would aim to manage and produce building stocks in a scientific way, appears today unrealistic, it is because the production of these stocks is conditioned by values (economical, cultural, aesthetical...), and because it involves multiple actors and practices: urban planners, city councilors, design offices, users.... However, scientific knowledge and tools can provide valuable decision support to urban actors through the information they provide. The thesis presented here is a contribution to research in environmental assessment applied to cities.
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Adelaide Mailhac. Contribution au développement d'une méthodologie d'évaluation environnementale aux échelles urbaines.. Génie civil. INSA de Toulouse, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019ISAT0034⟩. ⟨tel-02889301v2⟩



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