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Session 3.6 the french green & blue corridors implementation process
 

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    Session 3.6 the french green & blue corridors implementation process Session 3.6 the french green & blue corridors implementation process Presentation Transcript

    • Guillerme S., Labant P., Béringuier Ph., B., Maire E., Desailly B. World Congress on Agroforestry, Delhi, 10-14 February 2014
    • Outline  GBC overview and context  Potential benefits of agroforestry for the development of GBC  Potential benefits of GBC for the development of agroforestry  Scales and stakeholders interactions
    • GBC in Europe  European Ecological Network  Conservation of key ecosystems, habitats and species  Vision for a coherent network of high value areas for biodiversity Linear type of corridor Mosaic type of corridor « japanese » type of corridor Biodiv. reservoirBiodiv. reservoir
    • GBC in France  « Grenelle de l'environnement » policy  Integrate biodiversity considerations into land-use planning  Restore ecological connectivity  Protect existing biodiversity
    • Potential benefits of agroforestry for GBC Biodiversity Soil Climate Production Water Landscapes
    • Potential benefits GBC for agroforestry Old agroforestry systems Meadow orchard Wooded meadow Hedgerow Hedgerow Vineyard « hautains »
    • Potential benefits GBC for agroforestry Modern agroforestry system
    • Towards a wooded network GBC Sub-frame wetlands environments Sub-frame forest environments Sub-frame open environments
    • Scale and stakeholders interactions National Regional Territorial collectivities Municipality Individuals Isolated treeLow hedge Tree-lined driveway Meadow orchard Alley coppice High hedge Grazed forest Multi-scale Top-down Bottom-up
    • Conclusion  Complex implementation  Challenging for agroforestry  Importance of the territorial constraints and stakeholders perceptions  Agroforestry by whom, for what… and for who ?
    • Thank you You’re here ! City map