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10ème Apér-EAU scientifique

Publié le 3 janvier 2017 Mis à jour le 14 juin 2017

Le Rés-EAUx est heureux de vous inviter à son 10ème Apér-EAU scientifique !

Date(s)

le 16 janvier 2017

à 20h
Lieu(x)
Péniche Antipode, face au 55 quai de la Seine – Paris 19ème (75019)
Olivier Graefe, Professeur de géographie humaine à l’Université de Fribourg, y présentera ses travaux.

Cet Apér-EAU est accueilli par la Péniche Antipode le Lundi 16 janvier 2016 à 20h

Péniche Antipode, face au 55 quai de la Seine – Paris 19ème (75019)

La GIRE et le fétichisme du bassin versant

Choix d’échelles, pratiques et politiques.

« The debate on water management is presently dominated by concepts of Water Governance, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and River Basin Management. These concepts make apparent that management approaches are based on a basin or a catchment area presented as the most relevant territorial unit for the delimitation of what and who should be integrated in the management institutions or governance structure. This paper questions the river basin as a « naturally » given geographical unit for water management and positions this attempt to naturalize the delimination of water governance regions in a global trend of depolitizing water management. This depolitization of management can be characterized as a postpolitical consensual policy arrangement by reducing the political to a managerial and consensual governing. From this perspective water governance with the concept of IWRM on basis of river basins are to be understood as a progressive replacement of the polity by a environmental technocratic regime. »

Mis à jour le 14 juin 2017