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Les sociétés contemporaines à l’épreuve des transitions énergétiques

Journées internationales de sociologie de l’énergie

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Published on Tuesday, June 02, 2015 by João Fernandes

Summary

Dans l'esprit des premières journées internationales de sociologie de l'énergie qui se sont tenues en octobre 2012 à Toulouse, l'UMR CITERES et le CETU ETIcS de l'université François-Rabelais de Tours ont souhaité mobiliser largement les scientifiques et les acteurs d'horizons institutionnels divers autour de la thématique de l'énergie. Cette deuxième édition a pour ambition de faire le point sur les avancées scientifiques dans le champ de la sociologie de l'énergie, d'identifier les questionnements émergents et les problématiques qui restent à explorer.

Announcement

Argument

In the spirit of the first International Research Days, which took place in October 2012 in Toulouse, the research unit of the CNRS CITERES and the CETU ETIcS of the University François Rabelais of Tours would like to bring together scientists and those from diverse institutional horizons around the theme of Energy. This second edition has as a goal to examine updates in scientific progress in the field of the Sociology of Energy, to identify emerging questions and the problems that remain to be explored.

The 160 papers and round tables to be presented during the 3 days of the conference will  cover all of the themes which today concern scientists, the public  administration and businesses. Researchers and experts will be able to  debate the results presented by researchers, and the experiments  conducted in areas as diverse as buildings and how people live in them, transportation and mobility, industrial strategies, professions faced with energy transition and the emergence of "new" professions, public policy and the issues of the structure of territories, in regards to new energy contexts or the issues around the place of the energy consumer / citizen in the process. The program takes into account this diversity.

Program

WEDNESDAY JULY 1st

8:00-9:00: Welcome breakfast /coffee – tea – croissants…

9:00-11:00: Conference opening

10:00-10:45: Plenary session

  • Marie Christine Zélem“Research issues in the Sociology of Energy”.

10:45-11:00: Break (depending on available time)

11h00-13h00: 6  Simultaneous workshops (Session 1)

  • Issues in cooperation between disciplines
  • Methods for accompaniment
  • Instruments of public policy
  • Fuel poverty
  • Energy performance in professional milieu
  • Smart grids : acceptance issues and conditions of appropriation

13h00/14:30: Lunch (on site)

14h30-17h00: 7 Simultaneous workshops (Session 2)

  • Intermediate professional actors
  • Collective mobilzation and confrontations
  • Inquiries into energy practices, methodological approaches
  • Energy issues and the structure of territory (-ies)
  • Local actors and energy transition
  • Energy and ways of life
  • Mobility and territory

17:00-17:30: Break

17h30-19h00: 5 Simultaneous workshops (Session 3)

  • Methods for accompaniment
  • Innovation and constructive processes
  • Federation of actors/emporwerment
  • Information and accompaniment  : quels outils, quels enjeux
  • Living in an energy-efficient building (uses)

7:00 pm: Drinks to continue professional exchanges…

THURSDAY JULY 2nd

8:30-9:00: Welcome breakfast / coffee – tea – croissants

9:00-9:30: What you missed yesterday!

9:30-10:00: Séance plénière / Round tables with those who “use” sociology

  • Introduction par Philippe Mallein (sociologue, spécialiste de “l’innovation par les usages”) : sociology, innovation and energy: “the imagined deficit in the use of new energy technologies”

10:00 – 11:15: round table 1 with the actors of the market (building professionals, energy distributors, innovation centers, technical consultants, business observers…)

  • Échanges animés par Dominique Desjeux, Professeur émérite à l’Université Sorbonne Paris Cité

11:15 – 11:45 Break

11:45 -13:00:  round table 2 with territorial actors (social landlords, local energy agencies, territorial authorities, energy unions, center of expertise…)

  • Échanges animés par Gaétan Brisepierre, Sociologue indépendant

13:00-14:30: Lunch (on site)

14:30-17:00: Simultaneous workshops (Session 4)

  • Collective mobiization and confrontations
  • Energy issues and the structure of territories
  • Fuel poverty
  • Appropriation of innovations in the transportation
  • Occupations and energy transition
  • Information and accompanying services

17:00-17:30: Break

17h30-19h00: 5 simultaneous workshops (Session 5)

  • Inquiries into energy practices, methodological approaches
  • Energy performance in workplace
  • Energy and lifestyles (uses)
  • Live an efficient building (uses)
  • Innovation and constructive processes (2nd part)
  • Federation of actors/ empowerment (2nd part)

FRIDAY JULY 3rd 2015

8:30-9:00: Welcome breakfast/coffee, tea, growing…

9:00-9h30: What you missed yesterday!

9:30-12:30:  5 Simultaneous Workshops (Session 6)

  • Information and accompaniment : what tools, what issues? (3rd part)
  • Territories and energy : “winners” and “losers”?
  • Local actors and energy transition (2nd part)
  • Industrial strategies and public policy
  • Federation of actors / empowerment (3rd part)

12:30-14:00: Lunch (on your own)

14:00-15:30: 5 simultaneous Workshop (Session 7)

  • Living in an energy building (3rd part)
  • Inquiries into energy practices, methodological approaches (3rd part)
  • Fuel poverty (3rd part)
  • Information and accompaniment: what tools, what issues? (4th part)
  • Innovation and constructive processes (3rd part)Mobility and territory (2nd part)

15:30-16:30: Conference closing remarks

16:30-17:00: a coffee for the road!

Places

  • Université François-Rabelais de Tours - 3, rue des Tanneurs
    Tours, France (37)

Date(s)

  • Wednesday, July 01, 2015
  • Thursday, July 02, 2015
  • Friday, July 03, 2015

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Keywords

  • sociologie de l'énergie, transition énergétique, mode d'habiter, mobilité, territoire, mode de vie, mobilisation collective, performance énergétique, fédération d'acteurs, précarité énergétique

Contact(s)

  • Bernard Buron
    courriel : bernard [dot] buron [at] univ-tours [dot] fr
  • Céline Assegond
    courriel : celine [dot] assegond [at] univ-tours [dot] fr

Information source

  • Céline Assegond
    courriel : celine [dot] assegond [at] univ-tours [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Les sociétés contemporaines à l’épreuve des transitions énergétiques », Colloquium, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, June 02, 2015, https://calenda.org/330270

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