Une intervention de Carole-Anne Sénit dans le cadre de la 2014 Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance, "Access and Allocation in the Anthropocene".
Carole-Anne Sénit intervient dans le panel "Achieving Sustainability: The Role of Democracy"
Présentation de la conférence [en anglais] :
Access and Allocation of Resources (Water, Food, Energy, Health and Wellbeing, Forests and Carbon Rights)
Access and Allocation not only relates to material resources (e.g. water, forests) but also to the allocation of immaterial values such as rights, benefits, responsibilities and risks. Issues of access and allocation demand new answers in times of the Anthropocene, an era of human-dominated ecosystems. Such responses need to be interdisciplinary and reconcile with governance effectiveness. Conflicts about natural resources such as water, forests, food, energy and carbon are in essence questions related to the allocation of and access to these resources, and often linked to concepts of security, i.e. 'food security' and 'water security'.
Transformative Pathways to Sustainability
This theme is one of three themes under Future Earth and attempts to understand transformation processes and options across sectors and scales to identify strategies for the sustainable governance of the global environment and the relationship to human values, emerging technologies and economic paradigms. It will address the various blockages to these transformations and how to overcome them. This analysis will also involve new forms of localism and collective self-reliance at the scale of community across the whole planet.
Papers addressing the other analytical themes of architecture, agency, adaptiveness and accountability as well as methodological issues relevant for earth system governance research, the science-society interface and interdisciplinarity are also invited."
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