Agroecological Transitions: From Theory to Practice in Local Participatory Design: A Tool-box to Guide Agroecological Transition Design Rural Territories 1st ed. 2019 [Kietas viršelis]

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  • Formatas: Hardback, 335 pages, aukštis x plotis: 235x155 mm, weight: 839 g, 40 Tables, color; 44 Illustrations, color; 15 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 335 p. 59 illus., 44 illus. in color., 1 Hardback
  • Išleidimo metai: 10-Apr-2019
  • Leidėjas: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
  • ISBN-10: 3030019527
  • ISBN-13: 9783030019525
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  • Formatas: Hardback, 335 pages, aukštis x plotis: 235x155 mm, weight: 839 g, 40 Tables, color; 44 Illustrations, color; 15 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 335 p. 59 illus., 44 illus. in color., 1 Hardback
  • Išleidimo metai: 10-Apr-2019
  • Leidėjas: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
  • ISBN-10: 3030019527
  • ISBN-13: 9783030019525
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This Open Access book presents feedback from the `Territorial Agroecological Transition in Action'- TATA-BOX research project, which was devoted to these specific issues. The multidisciplinary and multi-organisation research team steered a four-year action-research process in two territories of France. It also presents: i) the key dimensions to be considered when dealing with agroecological transition: diversity of agriculture models, management of uncertainties, polycentric governance, autonomies, and role of actors' networks; ii) an operational and original participatory process and associated boundary tools to support local stakeholders in shifting from a shared diagnosis to a shared action plan for transition, and in so doing developing mutual understanding and involvement; iii) an analysis of the main effects of the methodology on research organisation and on stakeholders' development and application; iv) critical analysis and foresights on the main outcomes of TATA-BOX, provided by external researchers.
Foreword; Dedieu Benoit
Chapter 1: General introduction; Jacques-Eric Bergez and Olivier Therond
Chapter 2: TATA-BOX at a glance; Jacques-Eric Bergez and Olivier Therond Part I: Territorial Agroecological Transition at a concept crossroads
Chapter 3: Socio-economic characterisation of agriculture models; Gael Plumecocq, Thomas Debril, Michel Duru, Marie-Benoit Magrini, Jean-Pierre Sarthou and Olivier Therond
Chapter 4: An integrated approach to livestock farming systems' autonomy in designing and managing agroecological transition at the farm and territorial levels; Marie-Angelina Magne, Guillaume Martin, Marc Moraine, Julie Ryschawy, Vincent Thenard, Pierre Triboulet and Jean-Philippe Choisis
Chapter 5: Agroecological transition from farms to territorialised agri-food systems: issues and drivers; Marie-Benoit Magrini, Guillaume Martin, Marie-Angelina Magne, Michel Duru, Nathalie Couix, Laurent Hazard and Gael Plumecocq
Chapter 6: A plurality of viewpoints regarding the uncertainties of the agroecological transition; Daniele Magda, Nathalie Girard, Valerie Angeon, Celia Cholez, Nathalie Raulet-Croset, Regis Sabbadin, Nicolas Salliou, Cecile Barnaud, Claude Monteil and Nathalie Peyrard
Chapter 7: Towards an integrated framework for the governance of a territorialised agroecological transition; Pierre Triboulet, Jean-Pierre Del Corso, Michel Duru, Danielle Galliano, Amelie Goncalves, Catherine Milou and Gael Plumecocq
Chapter 8: The key role of actors in the agroecological transition of farmers: a case-study in the Tarn-Aveyron Basin; Julie Ryschawy, Jean-Pierre Sarthou, Ariane Chabert and Olivier Therond Part II: Support methodology for territorial agroecological transition design, and feedback from the TATA-BOX project experience
Chapter 9: Participatory methodology for designing an agroecological transition at local level; Elise Audouin, Jacques-Eric Bergez and Olivier Therond
Chapter 10: Towards a reflective approach to research project management; Lorene Prost, Marie Chizallet, Marie Taverne and Flore Barcellini
Chapter 11: Evaluation of the operationalisation of the TATA-BOX process; Marie Taverne, Sarah Clement, Lorene Prost and Flore Barcellini Part III: New prospects and cross-cutting perspectives
Chapter 12: Information and communication technology (ICT) and the agroecological transition; Lola Leveau, Aurelien Benel, Jean-Pierre Cahier, Francois Pinet, Pascal Salembier, Vincent Soulignac and Jacques -Eric Bergez
Chapter 13: TATA-BOX: A model for participatory processes?; Sylvie Lardon
Chapter 14: Review and Critique of the TATA-BOX Model; Charles A. Francis and Geir Lieblein
Chapter 15: Opening the TATA-BOX to raise new questions on agroecological transition; Jean-Marc Touzard, Jean-Marc Barbier, Laure Hossard
Jacques-Eric Bergez, is a PhD senior scientist, accredited to supervise research at INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research), unit AGIR (AGroecologies, Innovations & teRritories). His main interests are in systemic agronomy and modelling. His main research topic is the description and modelling of farmers' practices in order to develop innovative crop management systems. He is the leader of the INRA AGIR research unit (90 persons). He is the scientific leader of the RECORD users' network, RECORD being a modelling and simulation platform to develop and work with agroecosystem models. He coordinates (2014-2017) a research project on developing a methodology to help stakeholders to modify their agricultural practices in order to reach a more agroecological agriculture. He participated at the development and evaluation of a modelling framework to evaluate the contribution of innovative cropping systems to the overall sustainability (2005-2012). He is the (co)author of more than sixty research papers and managed eight theses. Elise Audouin is an agroecologist within INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research), unit AGIR (AGroecologies, Innovations & teRritories). Her main expertise is on development and facilitation of participatory process for supporting stakeholders in designing agroecological transition. She specialized on the conception of participatory methods, representation modes, intermediary objects design and scientific mediation. She develop and facilitated 24 workshop so far with 412 participants in contrasted contexts (Europe, Central America and the Carribbean, Scandinavian countries; Africa); and on contrasted topics (specific agroecological farm pratices; organic consumption; chain impacts; holistic agroecological project) and scales (from farm to city, department to production chain). Olivier Therond is a landscape agronomist within INRA, (French National Institute for Agricultural Research), unit LAE (Laboratory Agronomy and Environment). His main expertise is on methods for integrated assessment and modeling of social-ecological systems. Recent activities focus on analysis and assessment of agriculture models, development of the MAELIA multi-agent modeling and simulation platform, development of participatory methods and boundary objects (including models) for supporting stakeholders in designing agricultural landscapes to deal with water shortage issues, crop-livestock systems, and agroecological transitions at the local level. He is the (co)author of more than forty research papers and managed five theses.