RENATU : un outil d'évaluation du potentiel écologique d'un site industriel ou urbain pour des utilisateurs non spécialisés

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Mots-clés :

Indicateur de biodiversité potentielle, outil d'évaluation, Outil de gestion, emprise verte

Résumé

La stratégie de biodiversité des entreprises fait partie de leur performance financière et sociale. Les infrastructures de transport urbaines, industrielles et linéaires (ITUIL) intègrent des espaces verts. Pour ceux- ci, les gestionnaires sont demandeurs d'outils d'évaluation et de suivi de leur biodiversité. RENATU est un indicateur de biodiversité potentielle. Il est composé de plusieurs indices qui concernent les caractéristiques des écosystèmes. Plus l'environnement est complexe, plus la diversité taxonomique est importante. La complexité des composantes écologiques, mesurée par les indices, est révélatrice du potentiel d'accueil des espèces végétales et animales (insectes, arthropodes, papillons, oiseaux, mammifères etc.). Au total, 96 sites ont été utilisés pour tester cet indicateur. Les résultats démontrent l'homogénéité des indices écologiques. Une évaluation par le biais d'un questionnaire adressé aux utilisateurs a permis de confirmer sa pertinence en tant qu'outil potentiel de gestion de la biodiversité. Un tel indicateur s'inscrit dans la stratégie de responsabilité sociale des entreprises. Il permet d'améliorer les performances financières et sociales.

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