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Local knowledge of pond fish-farming ecosystem services: Management implications of stakeholders' perceptions in three different contexts (Brazil, France and Indonesia)

Mathé S., Rey-Valette H.. 2015. Sustainability, 7 (6) : p. 7644-7666.

DOI: 10.3390/su7067644

This article addresses ecosystem service perceptions in the case of pond fish-farming systems in Brazil, France and Indonesia. The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment vision suggests a more integrated reflection on environmental policies with greater adaptability to local knowledge and the development of social learning processes, which tend to promote more sustainable changes in behavior and practice than do sanctions. This study considers a part of the identification of ecosystem services. It shows that perceptions differ with the context, and found few differences depending on the type of stakeholders (fish farmers and other stakeholders). From a methodological viewpoint, this paper opens up new prospects for valuing ecosystem services through a perception study.

Mots-clés : pisciculture; poisson d'eau douce; services écosystémiques; Écosystème; perceptions; pêcheur; Évaluation de l'impact; impact sur l'environnement; politique de l'environnement; Étude de cas; sociologie; indonésie; brésil; france; service environnemental

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