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Construire les Carpates

L’Institutionnalisation d’une Éco-Region

Simon Gaberell

La signature le 22 mai 2003 à Kiev de la Convention cadre pour la protection et le développement durable des Carpates constitue l’acte fondateur de la construction d’un nouvel espace transnational visant la mise en application de politiques environnementales coordonnées à l’échelle du massif de montagne.
Cet ouvrage réinvente l’exercice de la monographie régionale en appréhendant cette région des Carpates au prisme des institutions et des organisations qui l’ont objectivée et qui interagissent dans sa gouvernance depuis une dizaine d’années. Dans cette perspective, les Carpates ne figurent jamais dans cette étude comme un objet en soi, mais comme une région objectivée par des discours, des inscriptions et des pratiques d’acteurs. Grâce à une enquête ethnographique menée au secrétariat de la Convention des Carpates administré ad intérim par le Programme des Nations-Unies pour l’Environnement, cette étude ouvre la boîte noire d’institutions environnementales qui restent largement méconnues du grand public et des chercheurs eux-mêmes. Elle retrace les étapes par lesquelles la région des Carpates prend forme, souvent de manière contestée, et se trouve progressivement institutionnalisée.
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