Agroecological Transitions: From Theory to Practice in Local Participatory Design

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Bergez Jacques-Eric et al. (Editors), "Agroecological Transitions: From Theory to Practice in Local Participatory Design", Springer Nature, 2019, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-01953-2, License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

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.

Keywords

Life Sciences, Agriculture, Sustainable Development, Soil Science, Soil Conservation, Environmental Education, Environmental Law, Environmental Policy

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