Monthly Interview: Clémence Moreau
April 9, 2019 | Abertis Foundation
Clémence Moreau holds a Phd Degree in Geography of Montpellier University (2019). She is specialized in Human and Social Geography.
Her Phd entitled “Opening the debate on baseline”, focused on the analysis of representations of landscape dynamics on the Mont Lozere (Cevennes National Park and Biosphere Reserve). In this thesis, she developed an original conceptual framework combining the concepts of ecosystem services and baseline references into a comprehensive and a research-action approach through a role playing game. This work contributed to address both the question of reconciliating different objectives in protected areas, the role of the baseline in landscape governance and the scientific and operational added-value of the concept of ecosystem services.
This Phd was supervised by Cecile Barnaud (INRA, France), Raphael Mathevet (CNRS, France and French Institute of Pondichery), in partnership with Cevennes National Park. It was part of the SECOCO project, coordinated by Cecile Barnaud.
Conciliate Agriculture with Landscape and Biodiversity Conservation: A Role-Playing Game to Explore Trade-Offs among Ecosystem Services through Social Learning. C Moreau, C Barnaud, R Mathevet - Sustainability, 2019
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