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La gestion territoriale des ressources énergétiques forestières : jusqu'où le ménagement d'hier peut-il s'appliquer aujourd'hui ?

Abstract : The development of wood energy challenges forest resources. Managers of the Ancien Régime imposed a coercive distribution of large consumers. Maintaining resources throughout the required regeneration period was facilitated by the short rotation periods. The scarcity of resources encouraged efforts to optimize those that were available. Today’s large French forests are dedicated to timber; firewood is a by-product. Increased demand multiplies short rotation coppice, blurring the distinction between forests and crops. Energy crops and transatlantic supplies compete with the development of local resources and short supply circuits.
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Emilie Evrard, Yves Poinsot. La gestion territoriale des ressources énergétiques forestières : jusqu'où le ménagement d'hier peut-il s'appliquer aujourd'hui ?. Espace Geographique, Éditions Belin, 2013, 42 (2), pp.128. ⟨10.3917/eg.422.0128⟩. ⟨hal-03190288⟩

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