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Les écoles-acteurs en Guadeloupe, un espace de débat sur les pollutions agricoles et le devenir de l'agriculture

Abstract : The RIVAGE project aims to promote the adoption of alternative practices to manage the impacts of diffuse pollution in the Pérou River watershed in Guadeloupe. The objective is to produce and share knowledge on processes, impacts and innovative practices with the actors of the territory. To facilitate results uptake, the project has created a “learning partners school”. The learning partners school is a space for exchanges, a forum, developed around themes related to agricultural diffuse pollution. The concept of learning partners school is built on the theories of popular education and collective learning. The article recalls these theoretical references and uses them in a self-evaluation process of the first results obtained by the learning partners school. The authors draw up lessons and orientations for the future.
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Jean-Philippe Tonneau, Vincent Bonnal, Jeremy Bourgoin, Agathe Cheval, Magalie Jannoyer, et al.. Les écoles-acteurs en Guadeloupe, un espace de débat sur les pollutions agricoles et le devenir de l'agriculture. Cahiers Agricultures, EDP Sciences, 2021, 30 (9), 8 p. ⟨10.1051/cagri/2020046⟩. ⟨hal-03143929⟩

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