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S’engager pour l’environnement dans le Grand Paris : Territoires, politiques et inégalités

Abstract : Civic environmentalism in the large northern metropolises takes place in constantly changing territories, characterized by diverse landscapes, populations and political tendencies. In this article, we argue that sociospatial differentiation, and more specifically territorial inequalities, across metropolitan territories is a decisive yet often neglected factor by studies on environmental social movements. Based on a survey of environmental community supported organizations (CSO) operating in the Greater Paris Area, articulating a series of quantitative and geospatial data on the profile of 131 municipalities and a series of qualitative data on 52 CSO, we show how the landscape, socio-economic and political profile interacts with civic environmentalism at the municipal level. Our results, discussed here, indicate that the modalities and patterns of action of environmental CSO are partly but meaningfully driven by metropolitan territorial inequalities.
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Diego Antolinos-Basso, Nathalie Blanc, Jean Chiche, Flaminia Paddeu. S’engager pour l’environnement dans le Grand Paris : Territoires, politiques et inégalités. Cybergeo : Revue européenne de géographie / European journal of geography, UMR 8504 Géographie-cités, 2020, pp.1 - 36. ⟨hal-02559610⟩

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