The territory is pervasive in many challenges that contemporary societies are facing. Be it with regard to climate change or energy transition, ageing population, increasing social inequality, urban-rural relations, migration and identity issues, or new North-South relations, the territorial dimension is often significant or even decisive. Does this finding suffice to justify the founding of a new scientific field, the "territorial sciences"?
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