REVER, the French Restoration Network

REVER, le réseau français de restauration écologique

Buisson, E. ; Jaunatre, R. ; Gallet, S. ; Regnery, B. ; Alignan, J.F. ; Bernez, I. ; Combroux, I. ; Glasser, T. ; Heckenroth, A. ; Jund, S. ; Lelièvre, S. ; Malaval, S. ; Moussard, S. ; Muller, I. ; Vécrin Stablo, M.P.

Type de document
Communication scientifique sans actes
Langue
Anglais
Affiliation de l'auteur
AVIGNON UNIVERSITE AIX MARSEILLE UNIVERSITE CNRS IRD UMR 7263 IMBE MARSEILLE FRA ; IRSTEA GRENOBLE UR EMGR FRA ; UNIVERSITE DE BRETAGNE OCCIDENTALE EA 7462 GEOARCHITECTURE BREST FRA ; OBSERVATOIRE REGIONAL DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT POITOU-CHARENTES FUTUROSCOPE CHASSENEUIL FRA ; AVIGNON UNIVERSITE AIX MARSEILLE UNIVERSITE CNRS IRD UMR 7263 IMBE MARSEILLE FRA ; AGROCAMPUS OUEST INRA UMR 0985 ESE ECOLOGIE ET SANTE DES ECOSYSTEMES RENNES FRA ; UNIVERSITE DE STRASBOURG CNRS UMR 7362 LABORATOIRE IMAGE VILLE ET ENVIRONNEMENT STRASBOURG FRA ; DEPARTEMENT DE LA MOSELLE DOMAINE DEPARTEMENTAL DE LINDRE LINDRE-BASSE FRA ; AVIGNON UNIVERSITE AIX MARSEILLE UNIVERSITE CNRS IRD UMR 7263 IMBE MARSEILLE FRA ; DEPARTEMENT DU NORD LILLE FRA ; DEPARTEMENT DU NORD LILLE FRA ; CONSERVATOIRE BOTANIQUE NATIONAL DES PYRENEES ET DE MIDI-PYRENEES BAGNERES DE BIGORRE FRA ; GROUPEMENT D'INTERET PUBLIC SEINE-AVAL ROUEN FRA ; AGROCAMPUS OUEST INRA UMR 0985 ESE ECOLOGIE ET SANTE DES ECOSYSTEMES RENNES FRA ; BUREAU D'ETUDE ESOPE REMILLY FRA
Année
2016
Résumé / Abstract
In the past few decades, restoration has widely developed thanks to a rather favourable context, in particular legally speaking and regulatory framework-wise both at the European and French levels. Rediscovering the mitigation hierarchy Avoid, Minimize, Restore written in a 1976 French law, and implementing the E.U habitats directives or the E.U. water framework directive and various nation-wide or local incentive policies, thus led to the development of restoration. Restoration projects are nevertheless also confronted with administrative, socio-economic or technical barriers. The nature of restoration actions themselves implies to take into account their impacts, which can potentially be negative for biodiversity, through more or less heavy procedures. Considering local practices and perceptions is also important for the success of the restoration. Following the model of international networks, such as the SERI, the Francophone network for ecological restoration (REVER) aims at accompanying and at favouring the development of restoration by facilitating the relationships between the various stakeholders: scientists, site managers, etc., through the exchanges of knowledge and experiences. Among its actions, REVER organizes workshops. The diversity of the communications as well as of the participants illustrates the diversity of ecological restoration and restoration ecology stakeholders in France and will be presented.
Congrès
10th SER Europe Conference 2016: Best practices in Ecological Restoration, 22/08/2016 - 26/08/2016, Freising, DEU

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