The decrees implementing the objective of "zero net artificialisation" (ZAN) of soils in 2050, included in the Climate Law, confirm "a territorial imbalance" to the detriment of the rural world and pose the risk of a "guardianship creeping" of the regions, denounced Tuesday the association of rural mayors of France (AMRF).
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