Zhiwei Zhu

Zhiwei Zhu
Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin | UVSQ · Centre Européen Arctique (CEARC)

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Through the efforts shared in this chapter, we embrace the hypothesis that local representations of our changing climate offer a key angle for facing climate change. We describe the coconstruction processes of climate services in five sites across Europe: Bergen (Norway), Brest, Kerourien (France), Dordrecht (the Netherlands), Gulf of Morbihan (Fra...
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Rooted in the main CoCLiServ purpose -community dialogue with climate services in order for them to be more meaningful in a place- the modes of representation are rooted in the 5 CoCliServ sites. From the very beginning of the CoCliServ project to its end in June 2021, the partners saw the progressive stabilization of the 3 main modes of representa...
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The goal of this paper is to analyze how and with what results place-based climate service co-production may be enacted within a community for whom climate change is not a locally salient concern. Aiming to initiate a climate-centered dialogue, a hybrid team of scientists and artists collected local narratives within the Kerourien neighbourhood, in...
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Do scientific results of climate science in the Arctic really match with local community knowledge and interest? To answer this question and contribute to the ongoing debate on the missing connections between community needs and science perspective, the present study brings closer two different qualitative and quantitative approaches: an anthropolo...
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What are the links between mainstream climate science and local community knowledge? This study takes the example of Greenland, considered one of the regions most impacted by climate change, and Inuit people, characterized as being highly adaptive to environmental change, to explore this question. The study is based on 10 years of anthropological p...

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