Matériaux & Techniques
Volume 108, Number 5-6, 2020
Materials and Society: transitions in society, materials and energy
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Section||Environnement - recyclage / Environment - recycling|
|Published online||26 April 2021|
(Im-)material flow analysis framework implementation on repair and reuse initiatives
2 Apesa, Tarnos, France
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Accepted: 10 March 2021
This research aims at understanding better the nature of stakeholders’ resistance to and interest in repair and reuse. In fact, the authors assume that in the future waste management could be less centralized using a network of territorialized initiatives based on repair and reuse activities with high social and environmental values. Such system innovation requires tools and methods to support analysis and facilitate decision-making in multi-stakeholders, multi-scales systems. The framework for spatiotemporal analysis of territorial projects considers a project’s stakeholder network and the way they mobilize resources. These resources may be tangible or intangible, brought by individuals, organizations or even the territory. This communication focuses on the implementation of such an analysis in the community of communes Coeur de Savoie, to understand how local initiatives emerge and on which interactions and resources they are based. This paper proposes feedback on the implementation of the spatio-temporal analysis in one case study (Coeur de Savoie), and provides insights to build new networks promoting reuse and repair.
Key words: repair and reuse initiatives / material and immaterial resources / circular economy / case study
© SCF, 2021
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