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The conflicts over land use address large interventions that are perceived as undesirable by the residents for their impact on health and environment (highways, high-speed railway lines , power lines, incinerators , landfills, power plants, etc.). Recently, however, strong local opposition arose also against facilities that do not release polluting emissions into the atmosphere, use renewable energy sources and should therefore be considered environmentally virtuous: we refer to plants that produce electricity through the water, the sun or the wind. This research aims to investigate this apparently paradoxical phenomenon through the following questions: - What are the factors that trigger the conflict or vice versa that prevent it in such cases?? - What are the dynamics of such conflicts? - What are the method of decision or governance that foster the transformation of conflicts into shared solutions?
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The call (rep. n°. 88), the requirements and how to apply are available at the following address: https://www.serviziweb.unito.it/albo_ateneo/
qualifications and interview (in Turin) - Dates and venues of the interviews are published on the website of the University of Turin at the official notice board (https://www.serviziweb.unito.it/albo_ateneo/) by the date of the deadline
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