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LORENET – Local regulation network

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LO.RE.NET is the international Network of experts on Regulation of Local Public Services  launched by the Turin School of Local Regulation, an initiative of Fondazione per l’Ambiente, with the contribution of the Chamber of Commerce of Turin. The project idea is mainly based on the awareness that there is a lack of networking initiatives at international level on research and dissemination regarding economic regulation of local public services, and more generally of management and tendering of urban services.

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Le SyAGE, pour une coopération décentralisée dans la durée.

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Le SyAGE, Syndicat d’Assainissement et de Gestion des Eaux, s’associe depuis 2 ans, aux villes adhérentes qui ont entrepris des projets de co-développement avec des villes du Sud, et ceci sur son savoir faire. Dans cette nouvelle mission le syndicat structure son intervention pour que celle-ci soit relayée sur le terrain qu’elle soit utile et gage d’un développement durable.

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Management and control of the impact of wastewater treatment plants on the environment

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The new wastewater treatment plant of Campo dell’Oro (2011) is the first in France with a system of management of its environmental impacts. The system developed by the designer and builder of the plant allows to assess the environmental impacts and to adapt actions at each stage of the process. The technical solution ECOSAVE allows substantial savings in terms of land-use and energy consumption.

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For a local and collaborative management of aquatic resources in the area of Ajaccio

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The Conurbation community of the area of Ajaccio (Communauté d’Agglomération du Pays Ajaccien or CAPA) is committed to reduce the pollution of the Mediterranean Sea in the framework of the Convention “Horizon 2013″ signed with the State in June 2009. Read the rest of this entry →

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Le financement de l’eau pour tous

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Précurseur en la matière, le Syndicat des Eaux d’Ile-de-France (SEDIF) inspire des initiatives et met en place des mécanismes pour financer le droit à l’eau pour tous.


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L’accès à l’eau et à l’assainissement pour tous : rendre effectif un droit essentiel, les actions de la Ville de Paris

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La problématique du droit à l’eau touche deux types de publics dans Paris : des personnes en difficulté pour régler leurs charges de logement dont leur facture d’eau et des personnes n’ayant pas d’accès à l’eau (sans domiciles fixes, gens du voyage, squatteurs). En traitant de façon spécifique ces différentes cibles grâce à une maîtrise complète du service de l’eau, la Ville de Paris offre des dispositifs d’aides au logement adaptées pour l’eau reposant sur une bonne connaissance des situations des foyers et développe dans la rue des solutions d’accès à l’eau, à l’assainissement et à l’hygiène tout au long de l’année.

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OECD guideline for Multi-Level Governance in Latin America and the Caribbean

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In the 2012 report “Water Governance in Latin American and Caribbean countries: A Multi-level-Approach”, OECD addressed the major co-ordination and capacity-building issues related to the design, regulation and implementation of water policies. It focused on three points: the role and responsibilities of public actors in water policy at central and sub-national levels, the governance challenges related to their interaction at horizontal and vertical levels, and the tools and strategies currently in use to enhance governance in the water sector.

One of the tools developed by OECD is the Multi-level Governance Framework, which provides governments with a reading template to identify main challenges, or “gaps” in water policy as well as possible policy responses. Thus, Seven gaps were categorized, whatever countries’ institutional settings and hydrological features: administrative gap, information gap, policy gap, capacity gap, funding gap, objective gap, and accountability gap

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OECD Multilevel Governance Framework:A tool for effective water governance

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In its report “Water governance in OECD Countries – A multi-level approach” OECD addressed the major co-ordination and capacity-building issues related to the design, regulation and implementation of water policies. It focused on three points: the role and responsibilities of public actors in water policy at central and sub-national levels, the governance challenges related to their interaction at horizontal and vertical levels, and the tools and strategies currently in use to enhance governance in the water sector. 

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Transparence et contrôle de la gestion publique : la régie municipale « Eau de Paris » et son contrat d’objectifs

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Suite aux élections municipales du printemps 2008, la Ville de Paris a décidé de créer un nouveau service public de l’eau pour offrir aux Parisiennes et aux Parisiens une eau de la meilleure qualité au meilleur coût. Cette réorganisation a mis fin à un système complexe et opaque vieux de vingt-cinq ans qui ne permettait pas à la collectivité d’avoir la parfaite maîtrise de son service et d’en garantir la pleine efficacité. C’est ainsi que la Ville de Paris a créé la Régie Municipale Eau de Paris.

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Responsibility for local hydraulic development, water management and water service is given by a local authority to a public company through a concession contract for 75 years. Case study of SCP (France)

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The concession of the” Canal de Provence”  is granted by a local authority,  “Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur”, to a company, whose governing body is composed by local authorities interested  both in hydraulic development and  land management. Since 1957, the company has been carrying out the design & construction of infrastructures, and operating water resource management and water distribution to farmers and individuals in rural areas, to cities and to industries. At the completion of the contract in 2038, the company will have to give back all the assets to the “Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur”, in perfect state of operation.  

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