Governing biodiversity through the market. The State, consulting firms and ecological compensation
The changes in public action over the last forty years, grouped under the heading of New Public Management (Hood, 1995), have led private consulting actors to play an increasingly important role in the implementation of public policies (Dreyfus, 2010). These actors, professional experts (Boussard, Demazière, et al., 2011), participate in the definition of the public problem and the ways to respon ...
Ecological fragmentation is one of the first causes of biodiversity loss (Fahrig 2003). The development of urbanization, agricultural production, energy production and especially linear transport inf ...
MERCIe, an operational method to avoid, reduce, compensate for ecological impacts
In 2016, the law of reconquest of biodiversity strengthened the requirements for the implementation of the sequence Avoid-Reduce-Compensate (ERC) by developers. Nonetheless, a Senate report issued in ...
 Ecological compensation in urban planning: genesis of a new instrument of public action
Thesis by Constance Berté under the direction of Olivier Coutard, LATTS (Laboratory techniques, territories and societies) In terms of ecological compensation, the recent regulations on the sequence ...