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The MountainA Political History from the Enlightenment to the Present$
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Bernard Debarbieux and Gilles Rudaz

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780226031118

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226031255.001.0001

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The EU Mountain: Nowhere to Be Found?

The EU Mountain: Nowhere to Be Found?

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(p.243) Ten The EU Mountain: Nowhere to Be Found?
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The Mountain
Author(s):

Bernard Debarbieux

Gilles Rudaz

, Jane Marie Todd

Martin F. Price

Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226031255.003.0011

This chapter explains how the Europe community, later European Union, has dealt with mountains in its projects and policies. It follows its various sectoral policies (mostly agriculture, environment, transportation) for examining the role recognized to the mountains, the transformation of its regional policies into cohesion policies where the territorial element was progressively taken into account, and the rise of a concern for a common regional planning policy. However, if the EU was close to adopt the category of the mountain for its regional policy around 2002, at the end, the representations of mountains in Europe proved to be too heterogeneous to impose a unique vision and a common model as a political strategy. To address the question of the diversity of mountains in Europe has been launched the idea to work at the mountain range level, called mountain massifs.

Keywords:   Europe, EU, agriculture, environmental policy, regional Policy, territorial cohesion, mountain massifs, mapping, re-scaling

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