With €8.3 million in funding distributed over a 6-year period, this project brings together Dutch and French partners, including Marianne Noel (CNRS) and Frédérique Bordignon (École des Ponts) for the LISIS.
EQUIPACT vise à améliorer la qualité et les impacts des recherches participatives dans la perspective de transitions écologiques et solidaires. EQUIPACT s’appuie sur des travaux de la plateforme multi-acteurs ALLISS et sur les réalisations de ses membres. Ces travaux ont permis d’identifier un certain nombre de besoins auxquels le projet a pour objectif de répondre : […]
Aiming to balance greenhouse gas emissions and the sequestering capacities of non-atmospheric sinks, the Paris Agreement reached at the COP 21 in 2015 signals the new centrality of carbon sinks, including soils, as a key means of enabling climate stability. POSCA focuses on the rising promotion of soil as carbon sink in climate policies and […]
Projet WAYS-OUT – Governing destabilisation pathways and phase-out: Pluralising knowledge in support of deliberate low-carbon transitions governance and strategies.
The destabilisation of existing systems is an emerging research and policy concern related to socio-technical transitions. Accelerating low-carbon transitions requires not only the deployment of alternative options, but also dealing with inertia and lock-in of existing systems and actors that tend to resist, slow down or prevent transition efforts. Relying only on emerging options and […]
While most SwafS (Science with and for Society) initiatives have contributed to strengthening knowledge and approaches to Open Science, few initiatives have explored and implemented an RRI approach to Open Innovation
ANR APY Project – Between complex systems and the market : YouTube through the lense of computational social science
The aim of this project is to model the formation of prices on the YouTube market, between contractual and crowdfunding strategies.
COMPAIRS Project – Peer certification for eco-solidarity quality: co-construction of an intellectual commons
Participatory Guarantee Systems” (PGS) are participatory certification systems that aim at providing customers or users with a guarantee of compliance with sustainable production standards, recognized by means of a quality marking or a label. This certification is based on evaluation by peers (producers, artisans, etc.) and members of the community (buyers, users, distributors, local non-profits, etc.) considered capable of assessing compliance with these commitments.