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Les pêches maritimes : un terrain d’expérimentation de la géoprospective ArchiMer
Tissière, Laurie; Mahévas, Stephanie; Michel, Charlotte; Trouillet, Brice.
A prospective approach can be used to establish management and environmental protection options to stimulate discussion and bring different scenarios for the future into perspective. This future-oriented process incorporates spatial dimensions with the development of a geoprospective approach. Indeed, a geoprospective approach highlights geographical dynamics and integrates spatial perspectives into the debate. A participatory framework for analyzing the marine fisheries sector has two main advantages. The first is academic, in that it helps to establish a methodological and epistemological corpus based on geoprospective. The method proposal allows, on the one hand, to discuss the purpose of the models and, on the other, to explore the role of researchers...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Géoprospective; Modélisation; Participation; Méthodes mixtes; Démocratie et gouvernance environnementales; Pêches maritimes; Geoprospective; Modeling; Participation; Mixed methods; Environmental democracy and governance; Marine fisheries.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00664/77597/79611.pdf
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The forest has a story: cultural ecosystem services in Kona, Hawai‘i Ecology and Society
Gould, Rachelle K; Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University; Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University; Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford University ; rachelle@post.harvard.edu; Ardoin, Nicole M; Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University; Graduate School of Education, Stanford University; nmardoin@stanford.edu; Woodside, Ulalia; Land Assets Division, Kamehameha Schools; ulwoodsi@ksbe.edu; Satterfield, Terre; Institute for Environment, Resources, and Sustainability, University of British Columbia; satterfd@interchange.ubc.ca; Hannahs, Neil; Land Assets Division, Kamehameha Schools; nehannah@ksbe.edu; Daily, Gretchen C; Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University; Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford University; Department of Biology, Stanford University; Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Stockholm Resilience Centre, University of Stockholm ; gdaily@stanford.edu.
Understanding cultural dimensions of human/environment relationships is now widely seen as key to effective management, yet characterizing these dimensions remains a challenge. We report on an approach for considering the nonmaterial values associated with ecosystems, i.e., cultural ecosystem services. We applied the approach in Kona, Hawai‘i, using 30 semistructured interviews and 205 in-person surveys, striving to balance pragmatism and depth. We found spirituality, heritage, and identity-related values to be particularly salient, with expression of some of these values varying among respondents by ethnicity and duration of residence in Hawai‘i. Although people of various backgrounds reported strong spirituality and heritage-related...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Environmental decision making; Heritage; Identity; Mixed methods; Semistructured interviews; Spirituality; Surveys; Values.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN COLOMBIAN RURAL AGRO-ENTERPRISES AgEcon
Johnson, Nancy L.; Suarez, Ruth; Lundy, Mark.
This paper characterizes and measures the contribution of social capital to the performance of 50 agro-enterprises in Colombia. Using qualitative analysis we document the functions that social capital performs within firms. To estimate social capital's contribution to firm structure and performance, quantitative indicators of firm-level use of social capital are developed based on the number and strength of external relationships that firms maintain. Econometric analysis finds that firm-level returns to relationships are positive and higher than to physical or human capital. The results suggests that while firms can increase their economic performance by investing in social capital, ameliorating the effects of the market failures that lead to use of...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Social capital; Agro-industry; Rural development; Mixed methods; Colombia; Institutional and Behavioral Economics.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/25917
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