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Agroecologia, movimento social, ciência, práticas e políticas públicas: uma abordagem comparativa. Organic Eprints
Abreu, Lucimar Santiago de; Lamine, Claire; Brandenburg, Alfio; Bellon, Stéphane; Mazarotto, Angelo A .V.de Sá.
Nos últimos anos tanto no Brasil, como na França o tema da agroecologia tem ganhado forte visibilidade na sociedade e ocupado espaços importantes em programas e ações de desenvolvimento rural, bem como, no mundo da pesquisa científica, ensino e no movimento social. Diante desse fato, o objetivo do nosso artigo é o de apresentar os primeiros resultados do projeto Capes-Cofecub1. Primeiramente, analisaremos numa perspectiva cruzada – da sociologia e das ciências agrárias -, a evolução e a dinâmica da agroecologia, indicando as principais ações em curso tendo em conta o processo de institucionalização e estruturação crescente da agroecologia no Brasil e na França. Em seguida, proporemos uma reflexão em torno da agroecologia e ética.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Farming Systems.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/22671/1/Abreu_agroecologia.pdf
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Coordination and governance. Healthygrowth Task1 report Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire.
This report studies how the initiatives maintain their values over time, as well as an openness to debates over these values, thanks to the way they set up and then maybe adjust over time their governance modes (both in terms of internal organization and of alliances/partnerships with other actors) and their coordination modes (contracts, agreements and arrangements). It focuses on how within the food chain and between its different partners (producers, buyers, retailers, and possibly also consumers) values are discussed, negotiated, and translated into concrete management, coordination and governance modes, which allow the initiatives to reach a certain degree of stakeholders and network alignment. Our hypothesis is that specific modes of management,...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Community development; Markets and trade; Consumer issues; Policy environments and social economy.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/30713/1/Lamine_Renting_2015_HG_Task1.pdf
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ESRS Summerschool 2014 : Theoretical Approaches to the Ecologisation of Agrifood Systems and Rural Landscapes Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Faugère, Elsa.
Transitions towards more sustainable agrifood systems and rural landscapes are at the core of societal demands, technological but also social innovations and renewed public policies at various scales. In rural sociology they are addressed through different theoretical frameworks and the main objective of the ESRS PhD Summer School this year, is to discuss these competing and sometimes articulated frameworks and thereby to help the PhD students to clarify their own theoretical choices and to position them in relation to other theoretical frameworks that are used in rural sociology. For students who are rather at the beginning of their PhD, the aim will be to help them organize their state of the art and clarify their problematisation, while for students...
Tipo: Other Palavras-chave: Systems research and participatory research; Food systems; Policy environments and social economy; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/28958/7/Lamine_2014_%2328958_leaflet.pdf
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Full case study report: Biocoop - France Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire.
Biocoop is a network of organic shops which today gathers 345 shops in France in early 2014 (190 in 2000) and represents about 15% of the organic market in 2012 (versus 2,5% for its main competitor, La Vie Claire, and 47% for the big retailers all together)1 . http://www.biocoop.fr/ Right from its beginning, Biocoop chose to put forward its basic values (equity, cooperation, respect of strong social and ecological criteria, transparency and traceability, consumers’ sensitization) through a formal charter and a guideline. This guideline is composed of 4 conventions (retailing, management, social and ecological conventions). Biocoop’s governance has always involved the producers and the employees. Despite this, in the late 1990s and 2000s, Biocoop’s strong...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/29253/13/29253.pdf
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Full case study report: Biovallée - France Organic Eprints
Bui, Sibylle; Lamine, Claire.
The Drôme valley is the most developed area in France with respect to organic agriculture. In this small region (2200 km², 54000 inhabitants), organic production represents 30% of agricultural land, high above the national average of 3%. A public project was launched in 2009 by the 102 municipalities of the valley: the Biovallée project (www.biovallee.fr). The Biovallée project aims at making the Drôme valley a pilot territory in terms of sustainable development. Therefore it includes operational objectives for 2020 in a diversity of sectors, among which energy (coverage of 100% of household consumption with renewable energies), waste (a 50% reduction), land use (no more destruction of arable land), housing (building 5 eco-neighbourhoods), education and...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/29254/13/29254.pdf
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Governance and controversies within and around growing mid-scale organic chains: how are shared values maintained over time? Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Renting, H.
Based on the comparison of a dozen case studies within the Healthygrowth project (cooperatives, box schemes, organic shops network etc.), this paper aims at exploring which mechanisms of governance and coordination within growing mid-scale organic initiatives and their surrounding network allow (or not) to maintain strong shared values alongside the upscaling and growth process. We first analyse the competing conceptions over values and the possible controversies among the different stakeholders involved in these initiatives: do they want “just” organic products or more, i.e. for example local and seasonal products, or ‘fair’ products coming from small scale peasant farms etc.? We then analyse the initiatives’ governance, who it involves (shareholders or...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Community development; Markets and trade; Networks and ownership; Consumer issues; Policy environments and social economy; Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/30712/1/Lamine_2015_ESRS_governance.pdf
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Healthy Growth : Biovallée Case Study Report Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Bui, Sibylle.
Biovallée is one of the three territorial case studies of HealthyGrowth, along with the Biodistretto Cilento (It) and the Bioregion Mühlviertel (Au). Territorial case studies are not focused on a single chain but on a whole territorial agrifood system. This allows to analyse more deeply the modes of coordination between various actors and institutions (public and private), the management and governance models and the ways these contribute to maintain the ’added value’. As they differ from the value-chain focus of the other case studies of the HealthyGrowth project, territorial case studies imply some changes and adaptations in the template, some dimensions being irrelevant in our case.
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Community development Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Food systems Policy environments and social economy Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/28956/1/Lamine_2015_%2328956_report_RESTRICTED.pdf
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Healthy Growth - France - Biocoop case study report Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire.
Biocoop is a network of organic shops which today gathers 345 shops in France in early 2014 (190 in 2000) and represents about 15% of the organic market in 2012 (versus 2,5% for its main competitor, La Vie Claire, and 47% for the big retailers all together).Right from its beginning, Biocoop chose to put forward its basic values (equity, cooperation, respect of strong social and ecological criteria, transparency and traceability, consumers’ sensitization) through a formal charter. This charter is declined in 4 conventions (retailing, management, social and ecological conventions). Biocoop’s governance has always involved the producers and the employees. Despite this, in the late 1990s and 2000s, Biocoop’s strong and fast growth led to a strong (internal...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Produce chain management.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/28951/1/Lamine_2014_%2328951_report.pdf
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HealthyGrowth - France - Biocoop case study Fact sheet Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire.
This document is a 2 pages synthesis of the overall report of the Healthygrowth project Biocoop’s case study - France (http://orgprints.org/29253/)
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/30700/1/Lamine_2015_Biocoop_Case%20study_FactSheet.pdf
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HealthyGrowth - France - Biovallée case study Fact sheet Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Bui, Sibylle.
This document is a 2 pages synthesis of the overall report of the Healthygrowth project Biovallée’s case study - France (http://orgprints.org/29254/)
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Community development Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Policy environments and social economy Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/30703/1/Lamine_2015_Biovallee_Case%20study_FactSheet.pdf
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Healthy-growth WP2 - Organic values-based food chains in France. State of the art review Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Bui, Sibylle; Cardona, Aurélie.
This report presents the situation of the French organic sector and offers a state of the art of the case studies that are available about values-based food chains. It shows that despite they describe very different initiatives and chains, most studies refer to the structural crisis of the conventional sector and to the risk of “conventionalisation”, thus making issues of governance and decision making (as well as their evolution over time) of major importance.
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Community development Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/28949/1/Lamine_2015_HG_WP2_National%20report%20France.pdf
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L'écologisation des pratiques en arboriculture et maraichage. Enjeux et perspectives de recherches Organic Eprints
Navarrete, Mireille; Bellon, Stéphane; Géniaux, Ghislain; Lamine, Claire; Penvern, Servane; Sautereau, Natacha; Tchamitchian, Marc.
Les systèmes horticoles (arboriculture et maraîchage) sont parmi les plus intensifs en main d'oeuvre et en intrants ; la production conventionnelle repose sur un usage intense des produits phytosanitaires, pour satisfaire les critères d'accès aux circuits commerciaux des grandes et moyennes surfaces, et en particulier le « zéro défaut visuel ». Le secteur des fruits et légumes est extrêmement concurrentiel du fait de la faible part des aides (européennes, nationales) et souffre d'une forte distorsion des coûts de production entre états membres. Ces dernières années, la problématique de l'écologisation de l'agriculture, pour une meilleure préservation de l'environnement mais aussi de la santé des consommateurs, a particulièrement accru la pression sur le...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Production systems; Farming Systems.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://orgprints.org/27918/1/Navarrete_2012_CourrierEnvironnement_Vol62.pdf
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L’écologisation des pratiques en arboriculture et maraîchage. Enjeux et perspectives de recherches Organic Eprints
Navarrete, Mireille; Bellon, Stéphane; Géniaux, Ghislain; Lamine, Claire; Penvern, Servane; Sautereau, Natacha; Tchamitchian, Marc.
L’écologisation des systèmes arboricoles et maraîchers est une nécessité en termes de préservation de l’environnement mais elle est particulièrement contrainte sur un plan technique et économique. Sur la base d’un ensemble de travaux de recherche réalisés à l’Unité Ecodéveloppement depuis une dizaine d’années, nous proposons une analyse des enjeux et des perspectives d’écologisation des pratiques afin d’identifier des voies de transition vers des systèmes horticoles écologisés. Cette analyse s’articule autour de trois questions : (1) l’analyse multidimensionnelle des performances (agronomiques, écologiques, économiques, sociales) que doivent atteindre les systèmes écologisés ; (2) les leviers techniques qu’il est possible de mobiliser pour concevoir ces...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farm economics Systems research and participatory research Social aspects Vegetables Fruit and berries Crop health; Quality; Protection.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/18620/1/Navarrete_et_al_2011_%2318620_paper.pdf
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Maintien des valeurs dans la croissance de la bio. Enseignements du projet HealthyGrowth Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Egon, N; Bui, Sibylle.
How do organic initiatives and food chains succeed in maintaining their foundational values along and despite their growth process? This question which appears central in the “conventionnalisation debate” has been tackled by the European project HealthyGrowth (2013-2016, Eranet Core Organic program). In this project, 11 teams from different countries developed and applied to 22 case studies, 5 different perspectives dealing with organization modes and governance, management strategies, communication of values, mediation of values, and resilience in a context of crises and changes. The cross analysis of these case studies, carried out through a multi-perspective approach, made it possible to identify 3 important aspects which allow maintaining values along...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Community development Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Policy environments and social economy Produce chain management.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/30708/1/Lamine_2016_Innovations%20agronomiques.pdf
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Organic farming as a factor for territorial development: a comparative perspective Organic Eprints
Schermer, Markus; Lamine, Claire; Pugliese, Patrizia; Furtschegger, Christoph; Bui, Sibylle.
In various European countries, organic farming acts as a driving factor for territorial development, forming initia-tives like the Biovallée in France, Biodistretti in Italy or Bioregionen in Austria. These initiatives aspire to create ‘model regions’ for sustainable development not only in agriculture, but in a wider perspective. While the overall objective is similar for all approaches, the outcomes differ as our analysis of three European territories shows.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Consumer issues.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/30538/1/ESRS2015_0174_proceedingsBioterritory%20final.docx
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Organisation de la journée d'études sur les dynamiques territoriales de transition vers l'AB et l'écologisation des systèmes agri-alimentaires, sur le thème des biorégions, à Eurre (Biovallée) Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Bui, Sibylle.
This seminar brought together French, Italian, Autrian researchers, European bioregions leaders and local actors from the Drome department to discuss about bioregions and territorial transition of agrifood systems. It took place in Eurre, in the Biovallée bioregion (Drôme, France).
Tipo: Other Palavras-chave: Community development; Markets and trade; Policy environments and social economy; Produce chain management.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/30714/1/Lamine_Bui_2014_seminaire%20dynamiques%20%20territoriales.pdf
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Pour une approche systémique et pragmatique de la transition écologique des systèmes agri-alimentaires. Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire; Bui, Sibylle; Ollivier, Guillaume.
Starting with a discussion of three theoretical frameworks which can be applied in order to analyse agrifood systems transformation processes, i.e., the sustainability transitions theory, the French pragmatic sociology, and the food regimes theory, this article suggests a systemic, historicized and pragmatic approach to ecologization processes which borrows from these different frameworks. This approach adopts a systemic and historical standpoint as it aims to study how these transition processes result from the transformation of the interdependences between the different components and actors of the agrifood systems over time. It is also a pragmatic approach because it focusses on the actual changes in actors’ practices as well as on the controversies...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Community development; Markets and trade; Policy environments and social economy; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/30730/1/Lamine%20et%20al_2015_CRS.pdf
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Reconnecter agriculture et alimentation : Des liens directs entre paysans et consommateurs bio… vers des changements plus larges des systèmes agri-alimentaires ? Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire.
This is an invited conference at the regional organic farmers general assembly, which presents insights from the Healthygrowth and the Rethink project about organic food chains and the territorial agrifood system approach.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Community development Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Produce chain management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/28952/1/Lamine_2015_Corabio.pdf
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Relações entre agricultura orgânica e agroecologia: desafios atuais em torno dos princípios da agroecologia. Organic Eprints
Abreu, Lucimar Santiago; Bellon, Stéphane; Alfio, Brandenburg; Ollivier, Guillame; Lamine, Claire; Darolt, Moacir Roberto; Aventurier, Pascal.
Neste artigo, exploramos a relação entre Agroecologia e Agricultura Orgânica. O debate na comunidade científica em alguns países e a análise das posições ou discursos de pesquisadores e artigos apontam para distintas combinações, trocas e interações entre a Agricultura Orgânica e Agroecologia. Nesse sentido, primeiramente, com base na revisão de literatura, mostramos distintas interações entre esses estilos de agricultura. Além disto, analisamos as controvérsias das agriculturas em foco, bem como apresentamos uma síntese de dois estudos de caso para ilustrar a aplicação prática de princípios da agroecologia, ava¬liando práticas e valores éticos, relacionando-as com as lógicas familiares ou patronais de funcionamento da produção. Concluímos que as relações...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Crop husbandry; Social aspects.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://orgprints.org/24207/1/Abreu%2C%20L.%20S%3B%20Bello%2C%20S%3B%20Brandenburg%2C%20ARela%C3%A7%C3%B5es%20entre%20agricultura%20org%C3%A2nica%20e%20agroecologia_.pdf
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Sustainability and resilience in agrifood systems: Claims, controversies and paradigms Organic Eprints
Lamine, Claire.
Sustainability and resilience are often linked to re-localisation of agrifood systems both in the claims of social movements and in a great part of the scientific literature. This plenary invited conference, based on the analysis of recent and ongoing debates in the scientific, civil society and institutional arenas, and on the empirical evidence of French and Brazilian case studies, shows that what is at stake is also and probably more a need to reconnect agriculture and food and to see the possible reconnections in a perspective that goes beyond the issue of re-localisation.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Food security; Food quality and human health Markets and trade Consumer issues Produce chain management.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://orgprints.org/28954/1/Lamine%20ESRS%202013%20plenary%20conference.pdf
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