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  1. 1 Center of economics and ethics for the environment and development Farmed icons: a deliberative decision/policy making case study. Marennes Oysters in the PertuisCharentais, France. Université de Versailles Saint Quentin-en--Yvelines Jean-Paul Vanderlinden1, Claire Kostrzewa1, Jean Prou2, Scott Bremer1, Jean-Marc Douguet1 and Martin O’Connor1. 2 IFREMER Station de La Tramblade

  2. Issue mapping • Method • Summary results • Discussion • Conclusion • Real world results • Challenges related results • Comparative perspective? • Introduction • Context • The SPICOSA project • Marennes Oysters and the Pertuis Charentais • Freshwater allocation issues • Challenges • Deliberative decision making • Ker-DST deliberation support tool • Getting to a dual scale structuring of deliberation OUTLINE

  3. INTRODUCTION

  4. CONTEXT

  5. The SPICOSA Projet Science and Policy Integration for COStal Areas. 13 Work Packages 54 research institutes 4 years 12*106$ Mid term evaluation just finished 17 Application sites CONTEXT

  6. Marennes Oysters as a strong identity marker in the Pertuis Charentais CONTEXT A picture (thing) representing something of greater significance

  7. The freshwater allocation ISSUE CONTEXT From Granjou et Garin (2006)

  8. The freshwater allocation ISSUE CONTEXT From Filali (2007)

  9. CHALLENGES

  10. Deliberative decision making Employment Economics Society CHALLENGES Identity Environment Marshlands How can policy makers make sense of intertwined dynamic discourses

  11. Deliberative decision making Employment Economics Society CHALLENGES Identity Environment Marshlands How can policy makers make sense of intertwined dynamic discourses

  12. Z-axis — Scenarios ofPossible futures Y-axis — Categories of Stakeholders X-axis — The Governance Issues(or principal evaluation categories) Ker-DST deliberation Support Tool CHALLENGES

  13. Ker-DST deliberation Support Tool CHALLENGES Part of SPICOSA’S suites of science and policy integration tools http://kercoast.c3ed.uvsq.fr/

  14. Dual scale deliberation • How to articulate the constant dialog between local issues and overarching ICZM goals? • How to contextualize local deliberation? • How to move further once an issue fades away/ is dealt with. • How to prepare for learning circles/spirals? CHALLENGES ?

  15. ISSUE MAPPING

  16. Methods • Part of larger stakeholder issue mapping thing (4 Maps produced) • Semi structured interview • Coding • Issues • Connexions between issues • Representation • Table (Map 1 and Map 4) • Diagram (Map 2 and Map 3) – Use of VUE software • Validation • Other methological routes available • Desktop + focus group • Focus groups • Participatory mapping etc… ISSUE MAPPING

  17. Results in a nutshell ISSUE MAPPING

  18. Short discussion ISSUE MAPPING

  19. CONCLUSION

  20. Real life results • Iterative co-construction of maps • Creation of progressively shared narratives • Pre-deliberative deliberation????? • Setting up the rules of future deliberation • Appropriation of the clarifying nature of the mapping • Appropriation of the simplifying nature of the mapping SETTING THE FOUNDATION FOR A DELIBERATIVE COMMUNITY? CONCLUSION

  21. Challenge related results Employment Economics Society CONCLUSION Identity Environment Marshlands

  22. Challenge related results CONCLUSION

  23. Challenge related results Two connected matrices : local and overarching issues CONCLUSION

  24. THANK YOU ! To my fellow IACA team mate To the conference organizing team To the EC and SPICOSA partners To IFREMER jean-paul.vanderlinden@uvsq.fr