Theme 2: Agroecology and new farming arrangements

Convenors: Stéphane Bellon, Teresa Pinto-Correia, Pierre Labarthe


Amri, Nabil Hasnaoui; Laura Etienne, Christophe-Toussaint Soulard. The diversity of farmers’ practices and relations facing urban demands. A case study in Montpellier (France)

Burbi, Sara; Rodrigo Olave. Supporting farmers in the transition to agroecology to promote carbon sequestration from silvopastoral systems

de Tourdonnet, Stéphane; Jean-Marc Barbier, Sarah Courty, Pauline Martel, Véronique Lucas. How can collective organization and the search for autonomy lead to an agroecological transition? The example of farm machinery cooperatives in France

Debolini, Marta; Elisa Marrachini. Farm and land system dynamics in the Mediterranean basin (panel)

Dolci, Paula; Coline Perrin. Neo-farmers: drivers of farming systems innovation and of the transition to agro-ecology? The case of Alentejo (Portugal)

Domptail, Stephanie Sarah Rauer, Bernd Müller, Daniel Mühlleitner, Ernst-August Nuppenau. From land restructuration to land grabbing – the political context of agroecology

Gaitán-Cremaschi, Daniel; Laurens Klerkx, Jessica Duncan, Jacques H. Trienekens, Carlos Huenchuleo, Santiago Dogliotti, María E. Contesse, Walter A.H. Rossing. A framework to characterize the diversity of food systems and their transition pathways

Kouchner, Coline; Cécile Ferrus, Samuel Blanchard, Axel Decourtye, Benjamin Basso, Yves Le Conte, Marc Tchamitchian. Sustainability of beekeeping farms: development of an assessment framework through participatory research

Lauvie, Anne; Marie-Odile Nozières-Petit, Nathalie Couix. Animal domestic biodiversity in farms: considering social interactions surrounding the farms together with farming systems specificities

Léger, François; Kevin Morel, Agnès Bellec-Gauche, François Warlop. Agroforestry market gardening: a strategic choice to improve sustainability in agroecological transition?

Malanski, Priscila Duarte; Sandra Schiavi, Benoît Dedieu. Thinking about the future of farming through different facets of “work in agriculture”. Textual analysis of papers from the first Symposium on Work in Agriculture

Martin, Guillaume; Sandrine Allain, Jacques-Eric Bergez, Delphine Burger-Leenhardt, Julie Constantin, Michel Duru, Laurent Hazard, Camille Lacombe, Danièle Magda, Marie-Angélina Magne, Julie Ryschawy, Vincent Thénard, Hélène Tribouillois, Magali Willaume. How to address sustainability transition of farming systems? A position paper

Mosquera Losada, Maria Rosa. Agroforestry (Panel session)

Nicot, Rose; Stéphane Bellon, Allison Loconto, Guillaume Ollivier. The European networks of research, education and training stakeholders in agroecology

Oka, Esther; Anne Floquet. Local Dioscorea sp production systems and their potential for agroecological practices in the central part of Cote d’Ivoire

Paut, Raphaël; Rodolphe Sabatier, Marc Tchamitchian. Benefits of diversified horticultural systems: assessment with the modern portfolio theory

Penvern, Servane; Blandine Chieze, Sylvaine Simon. Trade-offs between dreams and reality: Agroecological orchard co-design

fileadmin/Proceeding2018/2_Penvern.pdfPhan, Hong TT; Kristian Thorup-Kristensen. Optimizing a green manure-based row cropping system for organic cereal production

Polge, Etienne; Marta Debolini. Assessing sustainable intensification at landscape scale: four case studies in Europe

Rénier, Louis; Aurélie Cardona, Elisabeth Lécrivain. New arrangements for an agroecological management of animal health. The case of French farmers learning homeopathy

Reyes Gómez, Antonieta Carolina; Michaël Pouzenc. Participatory Guarantee Systems: social innovation within the agroecological transition

Richard, Annabelle; Marion Casagrande, Marie-Hélène Jeuffroy, Christophe David. A participatory method to design farm scale scenarios for recovering groundwater quality

Roesch, Andreas; Maria Bystricky, Aurelia Nyfeler-Brunner, Hisko Baas. Assessment of sustainability indicators on farms under real-life conditions

Sanz Sanz, Esther. Assessing food balance of Mediterranean city-regions. A multi-level methodology to highlight interactions between land system and food systems

Schmidt, Katharina; Lorena Tudela Marco, Anita Beblek. Streamlining transition towards Sustainable Intensification: The role of societal context and knowledge brokerage

Sintori, Alexandra; Angelos Liontakis, Irene Tzouramani. Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions and technical efficiency of Greek dairy sheep production systems: meeting the ecological challenge

Stotten, Rike; Georg Leitinger. New farming arrangements for resilience

Tessier, Louis; Jo Bijttebier, Fleur Marchand, Philippe Baret. A mixed method approach to characterize and explain the pursuit of agroecological principles at Flemish beef farms

Vastola, Antonella; Mario Cozzi, Mauro Viccaro, Valeria Grippo, Severino Romano. Conservation agriculture systems: an economic viable solution experimented in a Mediterranean area of Southern Italy

Weltin, Meike; Ingo Zasada. Farmers’ choices of adopting and coupling strategies of sustainable intensification – Evidence from European farm level data

Zahm, Frédéric; Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Jean-Marc Barbier, Héloïse Boureau, Bernard Del’homme, Mohamed Gafsi, Pierre Gasselin, Sydney Girard, Laurence Guichard, Chantal Loyce, Vincent Manneville, Amandine Menet, Barbara Redlingshöfer. Evaluating sustainability of farms: introducing a new conceptual framework based on three dimensions and five key properties relating to the sustainability of agriculture. The IDEA method version 4