Clément Feger

Clément Feger
AgroParisTech

PhD in Management Sciences

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Introduction

Publications

Publications (31)
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Accounting for biodiversity and ecosystems is a new and growing field of research. This is the first time four major areas of leading research in this field have been identified and reviewed simultaneously on the basis of their differences in scope (company, ecosystem or national) and purposes (logics of management accounting or balance sheet). In...
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Businesses are increasingly called upon to contribute to efforts to protect biodiversity and natural capital. Our article presents the results of an action research conducted with a major company in the environmental sector that has been experimenting with innovative services dedicated to ecosystem management. We show the specific organizational an...
Research
https://theconversation.com/transformer-nos-systemes-comptables-pour-se-reorganiser-avec-ce-qui-compte-vraiment-137908
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Description of the CARE (Comprehensive Accounting in Respect of Ecology) model - integrated accounting model -, articulated with ecosystem-centred accounting. Extended version of a chapter of the report "Improving Nature's Visibility in Financial Accounting" of Natural Capital Coalition (May 2020).
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Over the last two decades, sustainable landscape approaches are increasingly being adopted worldwide. An important challenge for these approaches is to analyse and improve governance systems that promote non-conflicting land uses to provide multiple ecosystem services and safeguard biodiversity for diverse social groups over the long term. Our stud...
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Our world is increasingly urban. By 2030, urban areas are projected to be three times larger than in 2000, with a large variability in growth rates across continents (Seto, Güneralp, & Hutyra 2012). Urban growth intensifies the pressure on other land uses, such as for agriculture, forestry, recreation, and biodiversity conservation. For example, it...
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Article impact statement: New collaborations with accounting research can improve conservation impact of ecosystem‐based information systems. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved
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Purpose This paper proposes a new ecological-issues-centered accounting research agenda, at the crossroads of accounting research and conservation science. Design/methodology/approach Based on a case study of the Natural Capital Project, the research examines the efforts and challenges of conservation practitioners regarding the use of evaluativ...
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This report introduces such a context diagnostic tool for conservation and Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Assessment and Valuation (BESAV) practitioners. The tool includes five approaches based on well-established social science theories. Each approach gives a contrasting perspective and raises a set of thought-provoking questions on social, o...
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The quantification and integration of ecosystem services (ES) into urban planning decisions is becoming increasingly important. However, studies that quantify and analyze the impacts in terms of ES changes are still scarce. We analyzed multiple ES provided by the landscape of the Urban Community of Bordeaux (CUB), in France, between 1990 and 2006 a...
Thesis
Current efforts to halt the destruction of the planet’s ecosystems and to reinforce and renew their collective management reside on three distinct innovation fronts : (1) the design and use of new ecosystem assessment tools by conservation scientists and practitioners; (2) the development of new social and environmental accounting frameworks and to...
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La lutte contre la destruction des écosystèmes et les efforts pour renforcer et renouveler les conditions de leur prise en charge collective reposent aujourd’hui sur trois fronts d’innovation disjoints : (1) la conception et l’utilisation de nouveaux outils d’évaluation des écosystèmes dans le champ de la conservation ; (2) le développement de nouv...

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The goal of this project is to improve the capacity of multiple actors to base their decisions, actions, investment choices and commitments on their role in improving ecological quality and societal well-being.