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Lectures Year : 2023

Innovative pathways for an efficient co-design and extension of socio-environmental change between scientists and… others

Abstract

Addressing science-policy interfaces without including the "others" may lead to disconnections between policy design and efficiency of implementation. In this course held at the "ghent group on science-policy interfaces" we introduce the CoOPLAGE approach as a set of innovative pathways based on participatory modeling, We question :
  • the relation between knowledge production and dissemination, and its low impact on the changes required. We question what’s next in the future strategies.
  • the essence of transformative science & its potential impact
  • multi-level participatory decision making
  • roles and engagement of the various stakeholders in the transformative processes
  • bases and potentials of a theory of change : targets, holders.
  • stages, needs and options for future strategies
  • ethical questions between scientific, participation and consequentialist ethics
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hal-04330563 , version 1 (08-12-2023)

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Nils Ferrand. Innovative pathways for an efficient co-design and extension of socio-environmental change between scientists and… others. Doctoral. Advanced Training course on science-based policy advice in agriculture and environment, ILVO, Ghent, Belgium. 2023, pp.1-65. ⟨hal-04330563⟩
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