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Les  accords  de Grenelle sont le résultat d’une négociation collective, menée à l’grenelle PDF du gouvernement en mai 1968, avec les représentants des syndicats de salariés et ceux des organisations patronales. Georges Aulong, Jean Gouzy et Jean Simon. PME : Daniel Gauban, Gustave Deleau, Aimé d’Oiron. La CGT les nomme  Constat de Grenelle , la CFDT retient quant à elle l’intitulé  Projet de protocole d’accord .


Il ne s’agit donc pas d’un accord formalisé : aucune des parties ne l’a paraphé, ni reconnu comme tel. Seul Édouard Balladur, alors conseiller de Pompidou, estime qu’il y a bien eu accord entre les parties, mais son point de vue est très minoritaire. Rejetés par une partie de la base, comme aux usines Renault, ils ne résolvent pas immédiatement la crise sociale et la grève continue dans certains endroits. Le nom de  Grenelle  a été repris, en France, à la fin des années 2000 pour désigner des consultations publiques sur des sujets majeurs, comme lors du Grenelle de l’environnement en 2007. Roger Martelli, Mai 68, éditions Messidor, 1988, p. Cet auteur livre aussi la composition de la délégation CFDT. Albert Detraz mentionné par André Bergeron dans un entretien sur mai 1968 ne semble pas faire partie des délégués.

Quid-Dossiers de l’histoire, no 1, 1988, p. Roger Martelli et Quid-Dossier de l’histoire, op. Un éclairage sur le déroulement de ces négociations a été donné par un témoin, G. Grenelle : histoire politique d’un mot, Presses universitaires de Rennes, coll.

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The « Grenelle Environnement » is a conference bringing together the government, local authorities, trade unions, business and voluntary sectors to draw up a plan of action of concrete measures to tackle the environmental issue. Subject to a public debate during the first two weeks of October, these proposals led to 20 measures on 25 October. More high-speed railways will be built to curb transportation pollution. Building and housing: generalization of standards of low consumption in new housing and public building, plus setting up incentives for the renovation of housing and building heating. Transportation: construction by 2012 of 2000 km of high speed railway, creating a tax system favoring the least polluting vehicles, establishing an environmental tax levied on trucks on the roads, various urban transport projects including light rail.

Health: banning sales of building materials and plant protection products containing possibly dangerous substances, mandatory reporting of the presence of nanomaterials in products for general public, establishment of a plan on air quality. 2010, halving the use of pesticides, adopting a law to regulate the coexistence between genetically modified and other cultures. Biodiversity: creation of a « green grid » linking natural areas, to enable flora and fauna to live and travel throughout the territory, giving priority to new urban developments. To realize these commitments, thirty-three operational sites were launched in December 2007 to determine the proposals for action for implementing the conclusions of the Grenelle. They were to deliver their first plans in March 2008, for inclusion in the environment bill debated by in spring 2008. This text, known as « First Grenelle Act », sets the general policy and describes the choices made while not specifying their practical implementation or funding.

It simply reflects the legislative commitments made in October 2007. This first bill focuses on climate and seeks to divide, by four, all emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050. The only measure actually implemented in 2008 was the bonus-malus system on new vehicles, establishing penalties for purchasers of the most polluting vehicles and instead introducing a bonus for the least polluting cars. Among the measures already taken, the law of 25 June 2008 on genetically modified organisms aims to implement several provisions of the Grenelle, although some environmental organizations are challenging some of its provisions. The funding is also to be specified in a so-called « Grenelle 2 » in 2009 or 2010.