Strasbourg 2010: ecological and social innovation
Ecological and social innovation
Organized in the framework of the European Network of Territorial Intelligence
Strasbourg (France), 17-19 November 2010
The 9th international conference of territorial intelligence was held in Strasbourg the 18th and 19th of November 2010. Its purpose shall be ecological and social innovation, gathering three themes of communication:
- A – Theoretical reflections about ecological and social innovation and the integrated innovation, in the socio-ecological transition.
- B – Analysis of concrete experiences of ecological and social innovation and of integrated innovation
- C – Recommendations f or governance supporting ecological and social innovation and integrated innovation.
This 9th international conference of territorial intelligence is both organized by the Relais emploi de Strasbourg and by the European Network of Territorial Intelligence, ENTI. ENTI gathers in Europe and in the world 29 research teams and 17 territorial actors. This conference wishes to give an important place to the public, private and associative actors of the sustainable development of territories, in particular in the framework of the themes B and C, concerning respectively analysis and dissemination of the innovating practices.
The blog of the conference allows to follow remotely and real-time the progress of the "ENTI2010-Strasbourg" and also to continue the debate through comments.
Pictures, slides of the presented communications and videos are viewable on this blog.
GIRARDOT Jean-Jacques, associate professor of economics, scientific coordinator of ENTI, research unit ThéMA UMR CNRS 6049, Université de Franche-Comté, France.
BRUNAU Évelyne, director of Relais Emploi Strasbourg, France
DEVILLET Guénaël, associate professor of geography, Université de Liège Belgique
HENCKEL Jean-Guy, director of the Réseau of Jardins de Cocagne, Paris, France
MIEDES UGARTE Blanca, associate professor of economics, Universidad de Huelva, España
MASSELOT Cyril, associate professor of information and communication sciences, Université de Franche-Comté, France
AMMATURO Natale, professor of sociology, Università di Salerno, Italia
BOZZANO Horacio, professor of geography, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina
DUMAS Philippe, emeritus professor of information and communication sciences, Université de Toulon-Var, France
FAUGUET Jean-Luc, associate professor of sociology, Université de Provence, France
FERNANDEZ Julia, director of ACCEM, Madrid, España
FILO Csilla, assistant professor of information sciences, University of Pécs, Hungary
GAGNON Serge, professor of geography, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada.
ORMAUX Serge, professor of geography, manager of the research unit ThéMA UMR CNRS 6049, Université de Franche-Comté, France
PASCARU-PAG Mihai, professor of sociology, Universitatae « 1er decembrie 1918 » of Alba Iulia, Romania.
PICARD Fabienne, associate professor of economic history, Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montébiard, France
SACCHERI Tullia, associate professor of sociology, Università di Salerno, Italia
SISSAO Claude-Étienne, associate professor of economic history, Université de Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
TRUDA Giovanna, researcher of education sciences, Università di Salerno, Italia
WOLOSZYN Philippe, architect, researcher in ESO « Espaces et Sociétés » UMR 6590 CNRS, Université de Rennes 2, France