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On a local-global scale, the environment fills all the steps. It is both global and local for the people who are familiar with a certain place. This tension runs across all the environmental conflicts where the personal- close experience has to be translated into the public-impersonal regime. The solution of environmental conflicts must be found at the intersection among the different ways of adding value to the environment, says Laurent Thévenot, Directeur d'Etudes at the EHESS, Paris.