A scientific and professional council was set up within Mission Val de Loire in early 2012. It has 17 members from the various scientific fields and occupations that Mission Val de Loire's broad spectrum of activities encompasses, as well as from the main universities and research entities in the two Regions concerned. Members sit on the committee in a personal capacity.
- Assist Mission Val de Loire in its activities
- Suggest new subjects and areas for discussing and testing out with a view to informing a medium-term strategy.
Yves LUGINBUHL, agricultural engineer, geographer, director emeritus of research, CNRS, LADYSS
Jean-Pierre BERTON, professor emeritus, former head of IMACOF (which stands for Engineering of Aquatic Environments and River Corridors)
Jacques BOISLEVE, journalist and writer
Jean Michel COEFFE, tourism expert and former Managing Director of the Federation Cap France
Anne-Marie COUSIN, Honorary State architect-urban planner, expert for ICOMOS France
Louis-Marie COYAUD, geographer and retired professor, University of Tours
Claire GIRAUD-LABALTE, lecturer, Catholic University of Nantes
Alain JULIEN-LAFERRIERE, contemporary art specialist, Director of the Tours Centre of Contemporary Creation
Nicole LE NEVEZ, expert to the National Commission of Sites and Landscapes
Bruno MARMIROLI, Head of the Loir-et-Cher Council of Architecture, Urban Planning and the Environment (CAUE41), architect – landscape designer
Loïc MENANTEAU, CNRS researcher, Nantes
David MONTEMBAULT, agricultural engineer, geographer, lecturer, Agrocampus
Valery PATIN, art historian, sociologist, expert to the World Bank and UNESCO
François PRIET, law specialist, professor, University of Orléans
Alain SALAMAGNE, historian, professor, University of Tours, Renaissance Higher Education Centre
Virginie SERNA, archaeologist, chief heritage curator, General Directorate for Heritage, Ministry of Culture and Communication
Laura VERDELLI, lecturer of urban layout and development projects, CITERES, University of Tours
How it works
Beyond the plenary sessions which are held twice a year, the members of the CSP take part in a range of work groups and lend their support to the actions developed by Mission Val de Loire.
Work has already begun on several themes:
- Links between the economy/landscape/heritage;
- Participation of residents;
- The contributions that contemporary artistic creation can make to the Loire Valley cultural landscape and its management;
- Rivercraft, navigation;
- Heritage up against the flooding risk.
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