The Resource Coviability of Social and Ecological Systems: Reconnecting Mankind to the Biosphere in an Era of Global Change : Vol.1 : The Foundations of a New Paradigm, edited by Olivier Barrière, Mohamed Behnassi, Gilbert David, Vincent Douzal, Mireille Fargette, Thérèse Libourel, Maud Loireau, Laurence Pascal, Catherine Prost, Voyner Ravena-Cañete, Frédérique Seyler, Serge Morand, (electronic resource)

Coviability of Social and Ecological Systems: Reconnecting Mankind to the Biosphere in an Era of Global Change : Vol.1 : The Foundations of a New Paradigm, edited by Olivier Barrière, Mohamed Behnassi, Gilbert David, Vincent Douzal, Mireille Fargette, Thérèse Libourel, Maud Loireau, Laurence Pascal, Catherine Prost, Voyner Ravena-Cañete, Frédérique Seyler, Serge Morand, (electronic resource)

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Coviability of Social and Ecological Systems: Reconnecting Mankind to the Biosphere in an Era of Global Change : Vol.1 : The Foundations of a New Paradigm
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Coviability of Social and Ecological Systems: Reconnecting Mankind to the Biosphere in an Era of Global Change
Title remainder
Vol.1 : The Foundations of a New Paradigm
Statement of responsibility
edited by Olivier Barrière, Mohamed Behnassi, Gilbert David, Vincent Douzal, Mireille Fargette, Thérèse Libourel, Maud Loireau, Laurence Pascal, Catherine Prost, Voyner Ravena-Cañete, Frédérique Seyler, Serge Morand
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This book considers the principle of ‘sustainable development’ which is currently facing a growing environmental crisis. A new mode of thinking and positioning the ecological imperative is the major input of this volume. The prism of co-viability is not the economics of political agencies that carry the ideology of the dominant/conventional economic schools, but rather an opening of innovation perspectives through science. This volume, through its four parts, more than 40 chapters and a hundred authors, gives birth to a paradigm which crystallizes within a concept that will support in overcoming the ecological emergency deadlock.
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304.2
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  • Barrière, Olivier.
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  • David, Gilbert.
  • Douzal, Vincent.
  • Fargette, Mireille.
  • Libourel, Thérèse.
  • Loireau, Maud.
  • Pascal, Laurence.
  • Prost, Catherine.
  • Ravena-Cañete, Voyner.
  • Seyler, Frédérique.
  • Morand, Serge.
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  • Sustainable development
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Coviability of Social and Ecological Systems: Reconnecting Mankind to the Biosphere in an Era of Global Change : Vol.1 : The Foundations of a New Paradigm, edited by Olivier Barrière, Mohamed Behnassi, Gilbert David, Vincent Douzal, Mireille Fargette, Thérèse Libourel, Maud Loireau, Laurence Pascal, Catherine Prost, Voyner Ravena-Cañete, Frédérique Seyler, Serge Morand, (electronic resource)
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Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: Formalizing a Paradigm, the Biosphere face to the Relationship Between Human and Non-Human(Barrière) -- Chapter 2: Coviability and Biodiversity Conservation at The Crossroads of Socio-Ecological Interactions(Lévêque) -- Chapter 3: Coviability, Through the Lens of the Mathematical Theory of Viability(Aubin) -- Chapter 4: A Mathematical Approach to Coviability: Concept, Modeling and Control(El Jai) -- Chapter 5: The Relationships Between man and his Environment: A Systemic Approach to the Viability of System Earth(Fargette) -- Chapter 6: Socio-Ecological Viability and Legal Regulation: Pluralism and Endogeneity - for an Anthropological Dimension of Environmental law(Barrière) -- Chapter 7: The Paradigm of Coviability Defined by the Adequacy Between Social Usefulness and the Ecological Function: The Legal Challenge of the Socio-Ecological Connection(Barrière) -- Chapter 8: The Local Ecological Knowledge and the Viability of the Relations With the Environment(Sabinot) -- Chapter 9: A Biological Approach to Coviability: Biotics Interactions and Dynamics of Biodiversity(Pascal) -- Chapter 10: A Geographical Approach of the Socio-Ecosystem Coviability(Grenier) -- Chapter 11: A Rupture Between Human Beings and Earth: A Philosophical Critical Approach to Coviability(Bertrand) -- Chapter 12: When Coviability Meets Ecosystem Services: The Case of Reunion Island’s Coral Reefs(Cillaurren) -- Chapter 13: Governance of Protected Areas as a Tool for Coviability(David) -- Chapter 14: Social-Ecological Coviability of the Protected Marine Areas in Brazil(Prost) -- Chapter 15: Socio-Ecological Coviability Confronted With the Neoliberal System, The Peace Parks (Southern Africa)(Belaïdi) -- Chapter 16: Coviability in the Governance of Pastoral Systems, Permanence and Change(Sraïri) -- Chapter 17: Developing Coviability Through an eco-Pastoral Approach, the European Project LIFE + MIL’OUV(Lepart) -- Chapter 18: Reconnecting man to man: Socio-Cultural Coviability Ties and Interculturality -Practical Research in a Sensitive Neighborhood in Montpellier, France(Barrière) -- Chapter 19: Kinship as an Instrument for Coviability: Study Cases in Pará, Amazonia -- Chapter 20: The Price of Coviability: Pollination at all Costs; Legal Approach of the new Relationship Between man and Pollinators(Billet) -- Chapter 21: Can the International and French Environment law Accommodate Coviability?(Treillard) -- Chapter 22: Climate Change, a Catalyst for Coviability and for a new Utopia(Coudrain) -- Chapter 23: Approaching the Human-Environment Nexus Beyond Conflict: A Peace and Coviability Perspective(Behnassi) -- Chapter 24: The Link to the Biosphere: Humanity Condemned to Otherness and Coviability for its Existence(Essono) -- Chapter 25: Tracking The Origin of Western's Man-Biosphere Disconnection, Opening a View to a Change(Douzal) -- Chapter 26: Transversal Ontology Analysis: What Coviability Means(Libourel) -- Chapter 27: Coviability as a Scientific Paradigm for the Ecological Transition, From an Overview to a Definition(Barrière)
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1st ed. 2019.
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9783319784977
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Coviability of Social and Ecological Systems: Reconnecting Mankind to the Biosphere in an Era of Global Change : Vol.1 : The Foundations of a New Paradigm, edited by Olivier Barrière, Mohamed Behnassi, Gilbert David, Vincent Douzal, Mireille Fargette, Thérèse Libourel, Maud Loireau, Laurence Pascal, Catherine Prost, Voyner Ravena-Cañete, Frédérique Seyler, Serge Morand, (electronic resource)
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online resource
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multicolored
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Contents
Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: Formalizing a Paradigm, the Biosphere face to the Relationship Between Human and Non-Human(Barrière) -- Chapter 2: Coviability and Biodiversity Conservation at The Crossroads of Socio-Ecological Interactions(Lévêque) -- Chapter 3: Coviability, Through the Lens of the Mathematical Theory of Viability(Aubin) -- Chapter 4: A Mathematical Approach to Coviability: Concept, Modeling and Control(El Jai) -- Chapter 5: The Relationships Between man and his Environment: A Systemic Approach to the Viability of System Earth(Fargette) -- Chapter 6: Socio-Ecological Viability and Legal Regulation: Pluralism and Endogeneity - for an Anthropological Dimension of Environmental law(Barrière) -- Chapter 7: The Paradigm of Coviability Defined by the Adequacy Between Social Usefulness and the Ecological Function: The Legal Challenge of the Socio-Ecological Connection(Barrière) -- Chapter 8: The Local Ecological Knowledge and the Viability of the Relations With the Environment(Sabinot) -- Chapter 9: A Biological Approach to Coviability: Biotics Interactions and Dynamics of Biodiversity(Pascal) -- Chapter 10: A Geographical Approach of the Socio-Ecosystem Coviability(Grenier) -- Chapter 11: A Rupture Between Human Beings and Earth: A Philosophical Critical Approach to Coviability(Bertrand) -- Chapter 12: When Coviability Meets Ecosystem Services: The Case of Reunion Island’s Coral Reefs(Cillaurren) -- Chapter 13: Governance of Protected Areas as a Tool for Coviability(David) -- Chapter 14: Social-Ecological Coviability of the Protected Marine Areas in Brazil(Prost) -- Chapter 15: Socio-Ecological Coviability Confronted With the Neoliberal System, The Peace Parks (Southern Africa)(Belaïdi) -- Chapter 16: Coviability in the Governance of Pastoral Systems, Permanence and Change(Sraïri) -- Chapter 17: Developing Coviability Through an eco-Pastoral Approach, the European Project LIFE + MIL’OUV(Lepart) -- Chapter 18: Reconnecting man to man: Socio-Cultural Coviability Ties and Interculturality -Practical Research in a Sensitive Neighborhood in Montpellier, France(Barrière) -- Chapter 19: Kinship as an Instrument for Coviability: Study Cases in Pará, Amazonia -- Chapter 20: The Price of Coviability: Pollination at all Costs; Legal Approach of the new Relationship Between man and Pollinators(Billet) -- Chapter 21: Can the International and French Environment law Accommodate Coviability?(Treillard) -- Chapter 22: Climate Change, a Catalyst for Coviability and for a new Utopia(Coudrain) -- Chapter 23: Approaching the Human-Environment Nexus Beyond Conflict: A Peace and Coviability Perspective(Behnassi) -- Chapter 24: The Link to the Biosphere: Humanity Condemned to Otherness and Coviability for its Existence(Essono) -- Chapter 25: Tracking The Origin of Western's Man-Biosphere Disconnection, Opening a View to a Change(Douzal) -- Chapter 26: Transversal Ontology Analysis: What Coviability Means(Libourel) -- Chapter 27: Coviability as a Scientific Paradigm for the Ecological Transition, From an Overview to a Definition(Barrière)
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Edition
1st ed. 2019.
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1 online resource (728 pages)
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online
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9783319784977
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
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10.1007/978-3-319-78497-7
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