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This research project focusing on the articulation of energy and landscape interests aims to provide a legal reflection on the landscape integration into the renewable energy-related policies. How does the legal framework deal with the landscape concept in the context of the energy transition? To what extent is the treatment of different interests (landscape, biodiversity, climate changes, patrimony, private property, etc.) carried out? To answer these and further questions, the research consortium will highlight the existing conflicting issues between landscapes and renewable energy in order to propose conciliatory instruments, mechanisms and principles. The project is supported by Eucor – The European Campus in the “Research and Innovation” category of the Seed Money scheme.

Within the framework of the project, a summary note (in French) was written containing the results of a comparative study of French and German case law on the conciliation of landscape and renewable energy..


Université de Strasbourg: Elisabeth Lambert
Universität Freiburg: Cathrin Zengerling
Université de Haute-Alsace: Mickael Baubonne