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Évaluation participative de l’acceptabilité sociale des projets aquacoles en Baie de Monastir en Tunisie

Abstract : H2020-MedAID research project, taking place in the new context of the ''Blue Expension'' strategy, aims to analyse main factors that are causes of aquaculture stagnation in Europe. This study takes an interest in social acceptability of aquaculture which is identified as the most limiting factor for development. This study's goals are, (1) to study factors conditioning the social acceptability of the aquaculture in Tunisia, (2) to think about different action levers helping durable aquaculture projects' implementation and eventually (3) to test a social acceptation's protocol evaluation's concept set up. Data used in this work came from interviews and a participatory workshop which gathered different stakeholders like aquaculture farmers, associations, institutions, research. This data's analysis points out different kind of obstacles leading to the social acceptability of aquaculture. Environmental effects and ocean space's strife’s coming with this activity's development led to several tensions on the territory. The analysis of these tensions and the different concerns of stakeholders about aquaculture show that the project's benefits and consequences, the institutional framework and the process of decision are the main factors, whose are limiting aquaculture development. In the light of this finding, some action levers which encourages durable aquaculture projects' development have been explored.
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Loeiza Lancelot. Évaluation participative de l’acceptabilité sociale des projets aquacoles en Baie de Monastir en Tunisie. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2018. ⟨dumas-01962577⟩



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