Nabil Touili

Nabil Touili
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE) | INRAE

PostDoc position at INRAE (French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment)/site d'AgroParisTech

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Additional affiliations
September 2021 - present
September 2016 - August 2021
Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines / Université Paris-Saclay
Position
  • Enseignant chercheur associé (Temps-plein)
Description
  • (1) Teaching activities (2016-2021): Master 1 SES (Economic and Social Sciences)- Economics and Geography * Risques, vulnérabilité et développement durable Master 1 Social Sciences - Course: Transition towards sustainability * Études du risque Master 2 "Arctic Studies" * "Risk management" Licence 3 Economics and Management and [...] * "Environmetal economics" (2) Research activities focusing on urban resilience, vulnerability, sustainability and adaptation to environ

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Publications (26)
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Air quality is a major issue for urban policies, which implement regulatory monitoring devices and fine-scale modelling tools to monitor air pollution. Recently, mobile and connected devices have been used as a valuable tool in this regard, allowing more observations and real-time indicative data on individual exposure in all environments. In this...
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From a theoretical typology and empirical data derived from disaster events, this paper provides a matrix of cascading failures of interdependent infrastructures of energy, transport, telecommunications, water and sanitation, food systems and health services. High urbanisation has led to an expansion of networked infrastructure, whose failures are...
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From a theoretical typology and empirical data derived from disaster events, this paper provides a matrix of cascading failures of interdependent infrastructures of energy, transport, telecommunications, water and sanitation, food systems and health services. High urbanisation has led to an expansion of networked infrastructure, whose failures are...
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Knowledge quality assessment (KQA) has been developed in order to analyze the role of knowledge in situations of high stakes and urgency when characterized by deep uncertainty and ignorance. Governing coastal flood risk in the face of climate change is typical of such situations. These are situations which limit the ability to establish objective,...
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Feedback from recent disasters shows that most of the affected territories have been rebuilt in some form. If any rebuilding or post-disaster recovery makes a city resilient, to what end is the concept of resilience useful? The aim of this paper is to provide a framework to improve urban resilience independently of the nature of the disturbances. R...
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A territory is often exposed to more than one risk. How can these risks and their interactions (domino or cascade effects) be identified to improve "general resilience"? The DPRC-R model proposes a global, more systemic approach to identify the multiple risks in a given territory. Each risk can be analysed from the perspective of (Drivers), (Pathwa...
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**This paper offers an integrated analysis of the domino effects (cascading effects) between many risks in a same territory. For a général résilience, an innovative multi-risks analysis modelling "DPRC-R" is proposed to identify the multiple risks and their interactions in the urban areas. **Cet article porte sur la gestion des « effets domino »...
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**Face aux risques d’inondation, les approches actuelles associent mesures relevant du génie civil et hydraulique et mesures relevant de la gouvernance. Les mesures de gouvernance sont, souvent, dans un contexte d’adaptation au changement climatique, associées, en théorie, à l’avantage d’être flexibles, révisables chemin faisant. Or, leur déploieme...
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Vanderlinden, J.-P.; Baztan, J.; Touili, N.; Kane, I.O.; Rulleau, B.; Diaz Simal, P.; Pietrantoni, L.; Prati, G., and Zagonari, F., 2017. Coastal flooding, uncertainty and climate change: Science as a solution to (mis) perceptions? A qualitative enquiry in three coastal European settings. In: Martinez, M.L.; Taramelli, A., and Silva, R. (eds.), Coa...
Thesis
Aujourd’hui, la gestion des risques, sous les impacts potentiels des changements climatiques, fait face à de fortes probabilités de hausse en termes de fréquence et d’intensité des inondations mais aussi celles d’évènements imprévus et/ou extrêmes de ces aléas naturels. Certes, l’état actuel des connaissances autour des impacts potentiels des chang...
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Nonstructural coastal risk mitigation options that deal with society-centered instruments have the potential to contribute jointly to coastal settlement safety through vulnerability reduction and resilience enhancement. The paradigmatic characteristics of vulnerability reduction approaches and resilience enhancement approaches are described. Therea...
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http://vertigo.revues.org/16671 Coastal areas are currently facing a significant rise of frequency and severity of flood disasters combined with a high exposure of people and goods. While risk governance approaches call for changes to strengthen resilience coastal areas, flood risk management remains focused, in France, on land use planning control...
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Insurance against natural perils such as flooding can be considered a significant element in coastal management. It can offer not only much-needed support to accelerate economic and social recovery following a disaster (coastal resilience) but also contribute to impact limitation by using pricing or restrictions on availability of coverage to disco...

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- Exploring future adaptation strategies and their priorities at individual (farm) and collective (market gardening in the Parisian region) levels * What are the relevant climate and (non-climate) data needs to support adaptation by 2060 ? ** Assessing market gardening vulnerability to climate changes : in the Parisians region, what climate factors are relevant for assessing crops vulnerability ?
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For air quality monitoring, embedded and connected micro-sensors are used in order to (1) characterize the exposure of two cohorts of voluntary participants in the Île-de-France to the PM2.5 , NO2 and Black Carbon (BC) pollutants, and (2) to conclude the impacts of urban planning, urban forms, sustainable mobility on individual (and collective) behaviour changes.
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