MOOVE: The movement of "yellow vests": the ecological transition seen from “the bottom” as a prospective instrument. Implications for research in a global ecology perspective. Focus and investigation on mining territories (BMP and others).
NB (porteur principal Thierry TATONI actuellement indisponible pour déposer le dossier). ABSTRACT: The social movement of "Yellow Vests" has gained international attention in the December 2018 to become emblematic of a "crisis of citizen participation". From a scientific viewpoint, this popular uprising for more citizen participation offers an exceptional opportunity to build a new “bottom-up” model of research as opposed to the traditional “top-down” decisions-making process from the Napoleonic legacy prevailing in France. Given this context and from a global and integrative ecology approach According to this perspective, the purpose of this study is to highlight environmental priorities put forward by citizens of BMP territory and to confront them with local ecological and environmental impacts as evaluated by researchers. The objective is to obtain an updated representation of the requests expressed by the BMP population in relation to environmental issues that they have identified, and to provide scientific answers (cumulative real impacts), and to reveal areas of uncertainty or lack of knowledge where to focus research and / or communication efforts.