Nouvelles Pratiques Agricoles Africaines & Finance Carbone: Des logiques entrepreneuriales durables aux financements climatiques disruptifs vs COP 22 (French Edition)
With climate change, African and Mediterranean ecosystems are set to undergo transformation, putting current agricultural systems at risk of either adapting to new conditions or disappearing as overexploited natural resources lose their resilience and productive capacities. Adaptation and mitigation require new paradigms in Carbon Finance and Agricultural Land Management, but these can only be implemented within a framework of renewed social and environmental responsibility from the most directly affected users and stakeholders. This, in turn, calls for new forms of governance, particularly at the scale of Carbon Finance, which serves as a lever for African sustainable development. These stakeholders, forming the social fabric of many African regions, can be revitalized within the new framework of Sustainable Development. In this regard, public actors also play a role in the supply of CO2 quotas in carbon markets. Thus, an original network framework derived from a meta-analysis of Carbon Finance comes into play.