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The challenge of a sustainable territorial inclusion in France

Abstract : A successful transition towards a more sustainable society cannot afford to ignore the existing vulnerabilities. Apart from social and economic inequalities, territorial disparities represent a specific issue that the sustainability transition can either reinforce or mitigate. In a country like France, the Yellow Vests movement revealed the necessity of a more inclusive path to sustainability. Building on existing literature, we propose to analyze territorial inequalities and challenges in a context of sustainable development objectives, focusing on several key determinants of well-being (employment, education, and, in a more prospective manner, health and social relations). We suggest some perspectives to integrate territorial inclusion challenges into the sustainable development framework and policy design.
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Submitted on : Friday, February 11, 2022 - 6:13:05 PM
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Madeleine Péron. The challenge of a sustainable territorial inclusion in France. 2022. ⟨hal-03566984⟩



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