Sentinel Alpine Pastures: combining scientific, technical and empirical knowledge for a collective management of adaptation to climate change
Les Alpages Sentinelles : combiner des savoirs scientifiques, techniques et empiriques pour une prise en charge collective de l’adaptation au changement climatique
Nettier, B. ; Sagot, S.
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Affiliation de l'auteur
IRSTEA GRENOBLE UR DTGR FRA ; PARC NATIONAL DES ECRINS GAP FRA
Résumé / Abstract
Alpine pastures are management units that are key resources for mountain and Mediterranean farming systems. Adaptation to climate change on alpine pasture appear as a appears as a challenge that requires rethinking management tools and analytical frameworks . This requires developing specific long-term scientific research, but it also requires immediate adaptations. The program “Alpages Sentinelles” (Sentinel Alpine Pastures) is an action-research project, that involves many stakeholders and seeks to combine scientific, technical and empirical knowledge, for a collective management of this issue at a territorial scale. We present here methods and first results that show the way these different types of knowledge can combine to review analytical frameworks.
Sfecologie2016 International Conference on Ecological Science, 24/10/2016 - 28/10/2016, Marseille, FRA