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Characterising and accompanying HNV farming at regional scale: What do we learn from the study of pastoral Mediterranean systems?

Montpellier, France; November 9th – November 10th 2011

Montpellier Conference

On November 2011, the European Forum for Nature Conservation and Pastoralism (www.efncp.org) and the OIER SUAMME organised a conference in Montpellier (France), on High Nature Value (HNV) farming in the Mediterranean context, with the support of the European Commission.

This conference was aimed at French participants involved in the field of nature conservation and agriculture, at regional or local level: civil servants, farmers, NGO’s, researchers... The aim was to dress a common picture from the local initiatives on HNV farming, launched during 2010, to discuss the results, and propose perspectives for the next years, in the context of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) beyond 2013.

Montpellier Conference

About 60 people (participants.pdf) attended the seminar, organised in co-operation with SUAMME, to discuss these issues.

Very positive outputs came from this seminar, both from the methodological perspective (with focus on the need to address HNV characterization in a dynamic approach) and from political recognition of what could bring HNV for Mediterranean agriculture and landscapes.

Organised by

Sponsors

  • European Commission (DG Env)
  • Région Languedoc-Roussillon
  • Lycée agricole Frédéric Bazille - Agropolis, Montpellier.

Session 1 plénière: l’agriculture HVN: approches et enjeux

Accueil: Président OIER SUAMME, André Mirman

Session 2: quelles connaissances pour une gestion durable de la biodiversité à l’échelle de territoires? Les apports de l’agriculture HVN

Plénier

Ateliers de travail parallèles

  • 2a: Quelles connaissances pour une gestion durable de la biodiversité à l’échelle de territoires?
  • 2b: Quelles connaissances pour une gestion durable de la biodiversité à l’échelle régionale?
  • 16h30 – 17h00: Synthèse de la journée

Session 3: quelles actions pour une gestion durable de la biodiversité à l’échelle de territoires? Les apports de l’agriculture HVN

  • 9h00 - 9h30: Synthèse des discussions de la veille (Marc Dimanche et Xavier Poux)

Ateliers parallèles

9h30 - 12h00

Restitution des travaux

  • 14h00 - 16h00: Quels enseignements? Quelles suites opérationnelles?

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