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Paysages Humanisés : Quels enjeux de biodiversité au sein de ces territoires ?

Abstract : In Quebec, the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks, created and drew up in 2002 a new type of protected area in the law on conservation of natural heritage. Named "paysage humanisé", this status aims at protecting biodiversity on inhabited territories for which resources are sustainably managed. A new approach to conservation is uprising, reconciling maintaining of human activities, territory enhancement, community involvement and biodiversity protection. The "paysage humanisé" is therefore an innovative tool contrasting with the conservationist vision which was long the cutting edge in the establishment of strict protected areas in Quebec. This present study aims at identifying issues in rural areas and giving thought to the implementation and future management of agriculture in such areas. This research has ultimately ensured to set up a number of recommendations to Nature Québec for its future involvement in the implementation of the "paysage humanisé" such as participation in the creation of an interdepartmental co-operation, of a guide to assist in the realization of a man-made landscape available to communities etc...
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Claire Fund. Paysages Humanisés : Quels enjeux de biodiversité au sein de ces territoires ?. Sciences de l'environnement. 2012. ⟨hal-01784528⟩



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