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    Authors: Boquet, Yves;

    La région capitale des Philippines est une des plus grandes aires urbaines du monde en termes de population. Le périmètre officiel du Grand Manille (17 municipalités) abrite environ 12 millions d’habitants et l’expansion périmétropolitaine porte le chiffre réel de Manille à 15 ou 16 millions d’habitants.La rapide croissance de l’aire urbaine depuis les années 1960 a conduit à de gros problèmes de gestion du logement, de la circulation, des déchets et des risques d’inondation, entre autres. Les phénomènes sont interdépendants.Créée sous Ferdinand Marcos, la National Capital Region fut gérée par son épouse Imelda Marcos, gouverneure du Grand Manille. Après la chute de la dictature, une volonté d’autonomie des municipalités constituantes a conduit à donner des pouvoirs forts aux gouvernements locaux et à leurs maires. La MMDA, agence de développement de la métropole de Manille, qui est censée coordonner les politiques d’aménagement de la région capitale, apparaît comme faible et incapable d’assurer une croissance harmonieuse de l’agglomération.La présente communication évoque quelques‑unes des difficultés rencontrées, et s’interroge sur l’échelle la plus pertinente de gestion des problèmes du quotidien. The capital region of the Philippines is one of the largest urban areas in the world in terms of population. The official perimeter of Metro Manila (17 municipalities) is home to about 12 million people and périmetropolitan expansion brings the real figure Manila to 15 or 16 million. The rapid growth of the urban area since the 1960s has led to major management problems of housing, traffic, waste and flood risk, among others. These phenomena are interdependent. Created under Ferdinand Marcos, the National Capital Region was managed by his wife Imelda Marcos, Governor of Metro Manila. After the fall of the dictatorship, a desire for autonomy of the constituent municipalities has led to give strong powers to local governments and mayors. MMDA, the development agency of the city of Manila, which is supposed to coordinate policy development of the capital region, appears to be weak and unable to ensure harmonious growth of the city. This communication discusses some of the difficulties encountered, and examines the most relevant scale for the management of everyday life’s problems.

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    Authors: Boquet, Yves;

    La région capitale des Philippines est une des plus grandes aires urbaines du monde en termes de population. Le périmètre officiel du Grand Manille (17 municipalités) abrite environ 12 millions d’habitants et l’expansion périmétropolitaine porte le chiffre réel de Manille à 15 ou 16 millions d’habitants.La rapide croissance de l’aire urbaine depuis les années 1960 a conduit à de gros problèmes de gestion du logement, de la circulation, des déchets et des risques d’inondation, entre autres. Les phénomènes sont interdépendants.Créée sous Ferdinand Marcos, la National Capital Region fut gérée par son épouse Imelda Marcos, gouverneure du Grand Manille. Après la chute de la dictature, une volonté d’autonomie des municipalités constituantes a conduit à donner des pouvoirs forts aux gouvernements locaux et à leurs maires. La MMDA, agence de développement de la métropole de Manille, qui est censée coordonner les politiques d’aménagement de la région capitale, apparaît comme faible et incapable d’assurer une croissance harmonieuse de l’agglomération.La présente communication évoque quelques‑unes des difficultés rencontrées, et s’interroge sur l’échelle la plus pertinente de gestion des problèmes du quotidien. The capital region of the Philippines is one of the largest urban areas in the world in terms of population. The official perimeter of Metro Manila (17 municipalities) is home to about 12 million people and périmetropolitan expansion brings the real figure Manila to 15 or 16 million. The rapid growth of the urban area since the 1960s has led to major management problems of housing, traffic, waste and flood risk, among others. These phenomena are interdependent. Created under Ferdinand Marcos, the National Capital Region was managed by his wife Imelda Marcos, Governor of Metro Manila. After the fall of the dictatorship, a desire for autonomy of the constituent municipalities has led to give strong powers to local governments and mayors. MMDA, the development agency of the city of Manila, which is supposed to coordinate policy development of the capital region, appears to be weak and unable to ensure harmonious growth of the city. This communication discusses some of the difficulties encountered, and examines the most relevant scale for the management of everyday life’s problems.

    image/svg+xml art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos Open Access logo, converted into svg, designed by PLoS. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Open_Access_logo_PLoS_white.svg art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos http://www.plos.org/ OpenEditionarrow_drop_down
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