Lionel Jaffrès's scientific contributions

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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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We conducted 5 locally-based Arts and Sciences processes, working closely with local stakeholders, artists, scientists and inhabitants in order to propose for each site a conjoint art–science analysis through shared engagement in the interpretation and representations of the various steps conducted within WPs 1, 2 and 3. We present here the theoret...
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We developed, tested and refined a novel incremental participatory scenario approach. This method allows for the development of normative scenarios, pathways that lead to desirable futures, with local communities, through a non-linear approach. Developments in the real world rarely follow straightforward linear paths. The approach inventories ‘hing...
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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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We conducted case studies using a novel incremental scenario approach. With local actors, we co-developed visions of desirable futures, normative scenarios that might lead towards those futures, and inventoried ‘hinge points’: critical moments in time where things might lead to a better or worse future. To bridge the latter, specific information or...
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We explored different issues and trends at play in the case study areas that might be relevant for designing local scenarios. Particularly, we examined both climate-related and non-climate related aspects, and aspects that the local community has considerable influence on as well as those that are largely beyond their control. These different aspec...

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... Testing the effectiveness of adaptation plans under several exploratory scenarios is often not enough since these are based on broad global trends and are unable to take into account sudden developments. This is why Wardekker et al. [39,15,4] developed a novel way of developing normative scenarios that do take into account sudden disturbances: incremental backcasting pathways. The term hinge-point relates to the concept of 'trigger', which is commonly used in the field of policy planning [48]. ...
... information needs for equitable planning, we consider twelve (12) There is also growing consensus that transparent, actionable, and equitable adaptation planning requires inclusivity [120], engagement of diverse stakeholders, especially vulnerable groups, and integration of scientific and community knowledge [121], including traditional and indigenous knowledge in the process of climate service co-production [122], [123]. In this study, we examine participation of nine (9) types of stakeholders, directly and indirectly, in coproduction of information used in vulnerability assessment and co-development of local climate adaptation plans. ...
... The workshop was therefore organized in collaboration with the local designer, devising creative tools to facilitate the participation of stakeholders, and to encourage them to consider multiple possibilities for the future of the territory. Lasting about three hours, the workshop consisted of different activities (Different activities during the prospective workshop (adapted fromWardekker et al. (2020)). Topleft: participant taking poker design cards. ...
... project is to build on the narratives and result in something that can be used to reflect on and design new climate services.The WP2 process consistent of five stages. First, a Draft Scenario Protocol was developed based on a review of the literature on participatory scenario design,Wardekker et al., 2019). Third, we applied our novel incremental scenario method empirically in the five case studies and drew both case-related and methodological ...