Améline Vallet

Améline Vallet
AgroParisTech · ESE

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (32)
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As decisions on climate change adaptation involve stakeholders with different values, beliefs and attitudes (VBA), decision outcomes depend on how stakeholders interact and how power is distributed. In this paper, we explore the VBA of stakeholders involved in three water management projects focusing on dams, micro-reservoirs, or wetlands in a Peru...
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Este estudio evalúa la contribución de la agroecología a la seguridad alimentaria y contra el cambio climático en la agricultura familiar en la cuenca Mariño (Perú). Utilizamos como marco analítico los tres principios de la Agricultura Climáticamente Inteligente (CSA). Realizamos encuestasy mediciones en campo, evaluando tres principios, 10 criteri...
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Abstract The cultural ecosystem services (CES) construct has evolved to accommodate multiple worldviews, knowledge systems and conceptualizations of nature and values, including relational and mental health values. Cultural ecosystem services research and practice has mostly focused on cognitive ways of constructing and expressing intangible values...
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Nature’s contributions to people (NCP) do not flow automatically from ecosystems to society, but they result from a co-production process of interactions between societal and ecological systems. In this study, we used the collective capabilities approach to address the social dimensions of co-production of the material NCP of cheese. These are the...
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Cet ouvrage, aux nombreuses illustrations, donne une vision transversale des changements environnementaux d'échelle mondiale que connaît notre planète aux limites finies. Son objectif est, en particulier, de faire comprendre les mécanismes et conséquences du réchauffement climatique et de l'érosion de la biodiversité ainsi que leurs relations avec...
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In sustainability science, interdisciplinarity, i.e., the integration of perspectives from different disciplines, is built collectively from interactions among researchers of various disciplines (“collective interdisciplinarity”) but also results from the fact that researchers have backgrounds in multiple disciplines (“individual interdisciplinarit...
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• Los actores cumplen diversos roles en la coproducción de servicios ecosistémicos; por ejemplo, pueden ser gestores o beneficiarios directos o indirectos. • Existen disparidades entre quienes gestionan los servicios ecosistémicos y quienes dependen o se benefician de ellos. • Las diferentes formas de inequidad asociadas a estos roles pueden poner...
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• Stakeholders have different roles in the co-production of ecosystem services, e.g. they can be direct or indirect managers or beneficiaries. • There are mismatches between those who manage and those who depend on or benefit from ecosystem services. • Different forms of inequities are tied to these roles and can threaten the resilience of socio-ec...
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Power asymmetries affect the governance of natural resources but are rarely considered explicitly in ecosystem services research, which often overlooks the diversity of actors and their interactions. In this paper, we propose an innovative and easily replicable method to analyze two types of power asymmetries, using social network analysis and a po...
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The issues of power and equity are gaining attention in research on ecosystem services (ESs). Stakeholders benefiting from ESs are not necessarily able or authorized to participate in ES management. Thus, we have proposed an analytical framework to identify and qualify stakeholders’ roles in relation to ES flows. Building on existing frameworks in...
Thesis
Ecosystems contribute to human well-being by providing multiple provisioning, regulating and cultural ecosystem services (ES, i.e. benefits of nature to people). Even though appealing, landscape multifunctionality is challenging and conflicts may appear between competitive uses. In this PhD thesis, we analyzed tradeoffs between ES resulting from la...
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Global sustainability initiatives are gaining momentum and impact, and place-based research can provide complementary insights to strengthen them. Here, we explore the current and potential role of place-based research into informing global sustainability initiatives by assessing the strengths, challenges, and opportunities. We show that place-base...
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Assessments of ecosystem services (ES) improve our understanding of social-ecological systems and can support decision-making and policy development. Integrative ES assessments are challenging because of the diversity of ES, ecosystems that supply services, and social groups that benefit from ES. Challenges are the greatest nonmaterial benefits tha...
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Interacciones entre actores y servicios ecosistémicos en la cuenca del Mariño, Perú: Redes y poder
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Análisis de percepciones de servicios ecosistémicos culturales en la cuenca del Mariño, Apurímac, Perú
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Contribución de las plantas medicinales al bienestar humano en la cuenca del Mariño, Apurímac, Perú
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Mapear servicios ecosistémicos culturales con datos de Internet en la cuenca del Mariño, Apurímac, Perú
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Mapeo y modelamiento de servicios ecosistémicos: El caso de los servicios culturales en la cuenca del Mariño
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The forest transition framework describes the temporal changes of forest areas with economic development. A first phase of forest contraction is followed by a second phase of expansion once a turning point is reached. This framework does not differentiate forest types or ecosystem services, and describes forests regardless of their contribution to...
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Transformation of ES variables. (PDF)
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Details on land-cover changes. (PDF)
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Parameters used in ES modeling. (PDF)
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Results of the sub-watershed cluster analysis. (PDF)
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Linear models of land-cover changes. (PDF)

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As human modifications of ecosystems affect the flow of ecosystem services (ES), policy and management interventions can be designed to protect or restore ES and their contribution to human well-being. However, the management of multiple ES across landscapes can be challenging, given that trade-offs between services often occur over space and time, for example, where increasing food production leads to decreases in water regulation. This project aims at assessing multiple ecosystem services in selected landscapes (for example in Peru, Costa Rica and Indonesia), analyzing the tradeoffs among services, understanding the implications of ecosystem changes on people benefiting from ecosystem services (winners and losers), and exploring how power relationships between stakeholders influence the direct and indirect management of ecosystem services.
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The Transformative Adaptation Research Alliance (TARA; https://research.csiro.au/tara/) is an international network of researchers and practitioners dedicated to the development and implementation of novel approaches to transformative adaptation to global change. The interaction of climate change with other drivers of global change amplifies existing risks to social-ecological systems and creates new ones. Such risks are particularly likely to affect people in developing countries whose livelihoods and daily subsistence depend directly on ecosystems and the services they provide. The potential for major, large-scale changes to the environment will have profound consequences for societies and economies. The prospect of such far-reaching consequences calls for transformative responses in ways that people think and act in relation to adaptation. Taken together, these concepts stress the need for research on transformative adaptation to be international and trans-disciplinary in nature. This task requires researchers and practitioners with backgrounds in the biophysical and social sciences who are able and willing to work across discipline boundaries and synthesise complex ideas into readily-understandable concepts that can be put into practice.