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See detailWhat models of justice for the agroecological transition? The normative backdrops of the transition
Stassart, Pierre M ULiege; Dumont, Antoinette; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege et al

in Lamine, Claire; Magda, Danièle; Marsden, Terry (Eds.) et al Agroecological transition, between determinist and open-ended visions. (2020)

The chapter proposes to reflect on the axiological and normative foundations of the agroecological transition. Our approach to the agroecological transition is both open-ended and non-relativist. It ... [more ▼]

The chapter proposes to reflect on the axiological and normative foundations of the agroecological transition. Our approach to the agroecological transition is both open-ended and non-relativist. It consists of accepting the relative indeterminate nature of transition processes, all while promoting the existence of normative supports necessary for action. In our approach, these supports must allow actors to overcome the conflicts of values that can be present in their profession, without renouncing their deeper motivations for a just transition. Namely - and for the authors this consideration is essential - these supports are plural. We have identified three: ethics of compromise, ethics of capabilities, ethics of recognition: in each instance, different possibilities come to light, which have meaning solely in relation to the dilemmas encountered, the contexts of action, or the role that is played by the researcher-actor relationship throughout the process. We draw upon this approach to comparatively analyze three case studies: the practices of purchase-resale in the sale of agroecological vegetables in the Walloon Region of Belgium (Antoinette M. Dumont), an action-research with an organisation bringing together sheep farmers and veterinarians in the Millavois area of France (Camille Lacombe), and the management of global plant health by a network of artisanal vegetable seed producers (Stephanie Klaedtke). Each of these cases spurs the emergence of a normative support model that is available to actors for overcoming the dilemmas with which they are confronted. We show that the research process plays a pivotal role in the stabilisation of these different supports and the realisation of their transformative potential. We conclude on the contribution of this normative plurality towards an agroecological justice. [less ▲]

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See detailQuels modèles de justice pour la transition agroécologique
Stassart, Pierre M ULiege; Dumont, Antoinette; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege et al

Conference (2019, November)

This paper proposes to reflect on the axiological and normative foundations of the agro-ecological transition. Combining a set of concrete cases with interdisciplinary theoretical work, it proposes an ... [more ▼]

This paper proposes to reflect on the axiological and normative foundations of the agro-ecological transition. Combining a set of concrete cases with interdisciplinary theoretical work, it proposes an open and non-relativist approach to the agro-ecological transition, consisting in assuming the relative indeterminacy of the transition processes, while promoting the existence of the normative supports necessary for action. In our approach, these supports must enable actors to overcome the value conflicts that affect their business, without giving up their deep motivations for a just transition. Above all - and this consideration is fundamental for us - these supports are plural. Compromise ethics, capability ethics, recognition ethics: each time, possibilities arise that only make sense in relation to the dilemmas encountered, the contexts of action, or the role played by the researcher-actor relationship in the whole process. At least this is the approach we have put in place to compare three concrete cases: purchase/resale practices in agro-ecological vegetable production in Wallonia (Antoinette Dumont), action research with an association of sheep farmers and veterinarians in the Millavois (Camille Lacombe), management of the overall health of plants through collaboration with a network of seed artisans producing and distributing vegetable seeds (Stephanie Klaedtke). In each case, we examine the dimensions at stake and, in particular, the normative supports available to actors to overcome the dilemmas they face. We show that the research process plays a key role in stabilizing these different media and uncovering their transformative potential. We conclude with the contribution of this normative plurality to the horizon of agroecological justice. [less ▲]

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Save Foundation
Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege

Report (2019)

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Seed Savers Exchange (USA)
Hecquet, Corentin ULiege; Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege

Report (2019)

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See detailVideo Plant and Seed Health by Stephanie Klaedtke
Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege

Diverse speeche and writing (2019)

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Poma Culta
Mosse, Roxane; Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Pétanielle (France)
Hecquet, Corentin ULiege; Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Organic Seed Alliance
Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Kultursaat (Germany)
Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Kokopelli (France)
Hecquet, Corentin ULiege; Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Kaol Kozh (France)
Hecquet, Corentin ULiege; Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege

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See detailCase Study Analysis Crop Wild Relative Reserves (England)
Mosse, Roxane; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege; Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege

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See detailCase Study Analysis - Cross Border Fruit Network (Belgium/France)
Mosse, Roxane; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege; Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege

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See detailWhich justice models for the agro-ecological transitions?
Stassart, Pierre M ULiege; Dumont, Antoinette; Hecquet, Corentin ULiege et al

Scientific conference (2019)

There is no simple model of agroecological transition, and this is not only because it is located, complex, uncertain and undetermined pathways. Actors and their collectives, have different normative ... [more ▼]

There is no simple model of agroecological transition, and this is not only because it is located, complex, uncertain and undetermined pathways. Actors and their collectives, have different normative backgrounds to deal with the dilemma that agroecological transition rise. We seek to position ourselves from a theoretical point of view in a middle ground between a lack of normative framework and a deterministic approach where the transition possibilities of the actors are determined in a structuralist context. We problematize the normative frames of agroecology transitions by mobilizing the works of Mathieu de Nanteuil on “Justice at Work” and the different ethical model that he describes. Than we discuss three case study that illustrate three ethical dilemmas: compromise, capacity and recognition. The specificity of those case studies relies on their interdisciplinarity and transformative potential as well as their institutional setting (Belgium, France , Europe). From these three cases we underline that we cannot philosophically decide between these normative models, on the contrary, we must start pragmatically from the point of view of the actors. From this perspective, it is not so much the necessary presentation of the model that counts, but rather the resources it constitutes and from which actors will draw to achieve their agroecological transitions. What matters is to understand how actors struggle to establish their models. [less ▲]

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See detailLes artisans semenciers, les harricots et leurs agents pathogènes, la biodiversité cultivée et la santé des plantes au coeur d'une identité professionnelle
Klaedtke, Stéphanie ULiege; Melard, François ULiege; Chable, Véronique et al

in Études Rurales (2018), 202(Juillet-Décembre), 36-55

By exploring the case of an association of artisanal seed producers, Les Cro- queurs de Carottes, this paper sheds light on how these stakeholders intercon- nect management of crop biodiversity and ... [more ▼]

By exploring the case of an association of artisanal seed producers, Les Cro- queurs de Carottes, this paper sheds light on how these stakeholders intercon- nect management of crop biodiversity and governance of plant health. Faced with European phytosanitary regulations that prohibit the sale of bean seeds carrying “quarantine pests”, these artisanal seed producers defend their prac- tices, which consist of “living with” diseases by regarding them as an integral part of the production process. Through their efforts to gain recognition for their methods and acceptance of plant diseases, they are not only promoting their management practices, but are also building and asserting their profes- sional identity. [less ▲]

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