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L’Observatoire des odeurs : un outil de résolution des conflits ? Réflexions d’un acteur de terrain

Abstract : Considering the complexity to understand the dose/effect relationship in odour nuisance, and so to provide a satisfactory response to residents, field experiments report the preponderance of situations conflicts in case of odour annoyance. This article tries to understand the potential of the odor observatory as a method not only for characterizing odour emissions but also to resolve conflicts. The ability of the process (to allow the balance of power between stakeholders ; to provide common definitions) opens the door to possible negotiation. Without this negotiation, the definition of an acceptable level of nuisance would remain conceptual and questionable.
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Marie Cors, Pierre Cobut, Jean-Louis Fanlo, Anne-Claude Romain, Julien Delva, et al.. L’Observatoire des odeurs : un outil de résolution des conflits ? Réflexions d’un acteur de terrain. Pollution Atmosphérique : climat, santé, société, Le Kremlin Bicêtre : Revue Pollution atmosphérique, 2017, ⟨10.4267/pollution-atmospherique.6207⟩. ⟨hal-02886636⟩

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