Claire Planchat

Claire Planchat
VEDI Agency

Doctor of socio-geography

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Following requests from the Departmental Council of Puy de Dome, a photographic tool was created for the observation, evaluation and management of the Chaîne des Puys – faille de Limagne’s landscapes, in order for it to be inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This article uses repeat photography to demonstrate the implementation process of th...
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The importance of adaptive governance in analyzing the challenges of effective implementation of the Green and Blue infrastructure. The example of the Regional and Nature Park of Auvergne. The Green and Blue infrastructure (Trame verte et bleue -TVB) is a new conservation policy tool based on the notions of ecological network and corridor. The intr...
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An introductory literature review highlights the growing attention within the processes taking place at farming region and landscape scale beside the classical spatial scales at cultivated/experimental plot level. This recent evolution in agronomy finds its origin in newly emerging land management issues. Meanwhile, geography and other disciplines...
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Agricultural areas are subject to multiple functions in addition to agricultural production such as recreation, tourism, environmental practices, etc. For periurban areas, the multifunctionality of agricultural areas is now recognized in the planning procedures. But it is still difficult for the promoters to find managementguidelines to preserve th...
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This chapter discusses the advantages and limits of different tools in participatory processes regarding landscape projects. It presents a brief theoretical review of the relations between landscape policies and landscape concepts by focusing on the French situation. Four study projects concerning local participatory planning conducted by the autho...
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The integration of the farmers’ point of view is rarely considered in planning procedures. This chapter presents a participatory method of landscape mediation termed the Prospective Vision, involving graphic and social landscape representations as collaborative learning processes. It is applied in two French-speaking contexts: UrbanLocal Planning i...
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This chapter discusses the advantages and limits of different tools in participatory processes regarding landscape projects. It presents a brief theoretical review of the relations between landscape policies and landscape concepts by focusing on the French situation. Four study projects concerning local participatory planning conducted by the autho...
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How should a local plan for urbanisation take into account the projects of periurban farmers and the issuse they have at stake? To answer this question asked by the elected stakeholders of Billom (Auvergne, France), we propose to experiment participative approaches using various graphic designs of the landscapes as supports of discussion between fa...
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Actuellement, la société prête au tourisme vert des capacités de valorisation des espaces ruraux contribuant à la multiplication des activités récréatives. Parmi celles-ci, l'agritourisme est identifié comme spécifique aux espaces ruraux, en particulier ceux de ressources banales (Perrier-Cornet 2002). L'agritourisme peut ainsi être un objet de rec...
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In October 2007 AGRIDEA, a Swiss Agency for the continuous training of professionals in agriculture, organised a training course in environment and agriculture. The purpose was: ''assessment of the landscape: tools and methods for territories projects''. I was invited to develop a training course using participative tools. The landscape Block Diagr...

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