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Guillerme S., Labant P., Béringuier Ph., B., Maire E., Desailly B.
World Congress on Agroforestry, Delhi, 10-14 February 2...
Outline  GBC overview and
context
 Potential benefits of
agroforestry for the
development of GBC
 Potential benefits of...
GBC in Europe
 European Ecological
Network
 Conservation of key
ecosystems, habitats and
species
 Vision for a coherent...
GBC in France
 « Grenelle de
l'environnement » policy
 Integrate biodiversity
considerations into land-use
planning
 Re...
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 «...
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...
Conclusion
 Complex implementation
 Challenging for agroforestry
 Importance of the territorial constraints and
stakeho...
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  1. 1. Guillerme S., Labant P., Béringuier Ph., B., Maire E., Desailly B. World Congress on Agroforestry, Delhi, 10-14 February 2014
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. GBC in France  « Grenelle de l'environnement » policy  Integrate biodiversity considerations into land-use planning  Restore ecological connectivity  Protect existing biodiversity
  5. 5. Potential benefits of agroforestry for GBC Biodiversity Soil Climate Production Water Landscapes
  6. 6. Potential benefits GBC for agroforestry Old agroforestry systems Meadow orchard Wooded meadow Hedgerow Hedgerow Vineyard « hautains »
  7. 7. Potential benefits GBC for agroforestry Modern agroforestry system
  8. 8. Towards a wooded network GBC Sub-frame wetlands environments Sub-frame forest environments Sub-frame open environments
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. Conclusion  Complex implementation  Challenging for agroforestry  Importance of the territorial constraints and stakeholders perceptions  Agroforestry by whom, for what… and for who ?
  11. 11. Thank you You’re here ! City map
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