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MaOre fishermen's social rePresentAtionS on the evolutioNs of the coastline and climAte change

Abstract : Panorama Project MaOre fishermen's social rePresentAtionS on the evolutioNs of the coastline and climAte change Project funded by the Mission for Transversal and Interdisciplinary Initiatives (MITI) CNRS (Climate Change Challenge AAP 2020) Principal investigator Miki MORI with the laboratory Praxiling UMR 5267 CNRS The PANORAMA was an exploratory study aimed at better understanding the social representations of the evolution of the coastal environment and the effects of climate change for Maore. By articulating and co-constructing different methodologies and scientific knowledge on climate change, the project was structured in three stages (April-October 2021): interviews people who practice fishing (PPP) in Mtsamboro village in Mayotte, mediation and the creation of mediation tools, and a participatory workshop. In the end, we conducted 34 interviews and 21 residents participated in the workshops. The interview grid was co-constructed by the research team. The workshops were also co-constructed by the researchers based on the first analyses of the interviews and tested with the inhabitants. Four themes were used to design the workshops: coral, sediment, toponymy, and the chronological and temporal timeline in relation to the history of Mayotte and prevailing changes in the climate and environment.
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Arnaud Banos, Nicolas Becu, Thomas Claverie, Philippe Charpentier, Matthieu Jeanson, et al.. MaOre fishermen's social rePresentAtionS on the evolutioNs of the coastline and climAte change. [Research Report] CUFR de Mayotte. 2022. ⟨hal-03634770⟩

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