La mise en œuvre de la restauration de la continuité écologique des cours d’eau en Bretagne : quelle concertation avec les usagers de l’eau ?

Abstract : Restoration of the ecological continuity to ensure the free movement of species and sediments is one of the prime responses provided by the French government to assure good quality water in our rivers. Numerous transverse hydraulic structures have been identified under the December 2006 law on water and aquatic environments and Grenelle Acts in order to meet these goals specifically assuring the consultation with users. At the local level, the observation of ecological continuity restoration operations confronted to users in opposition in two watersheds in Brittany, Aulne and Seiche, raises questions concerning the mechanisms of consultation, implemented to create shared actions to recover river continuities. Based on the analysis of the role given to and taken by users in the consultation process, the results are due to a failure of decision made by the institutional devices, calling for a reconfiguration of the devices by users in opposition and project leaders. The evolution of the consultation process questions the possibility of a consensus when results based on performance are required from this public policy.
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Caroline Le Calvez, Nadia Dupont, Emmanuelle Hellier. La mise en œuvre de la restauration de la continuité écologique des cours d’eau en Bretagne : quelle concertation avec les usagers de l’eau ?. I.S.Rivers 2015, Integrative Sciences Rivers, Jun 2015, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-02132368⟩

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