- Modeling complex agronomic systems
Bioeconomic impacts of land-use trends in the context of climate change
PhD supervisors: Lauriane Mouysset (CIRED) et Olivier Vidal (Isterre)
This thesis project focuses on the bioeconomic impacts of changing land use in the context of climate change. The aim is to develop a “serious game” based on a bioeconomic model developed by Lauriane Mouysset, enabling the exploration of various scenarios linked to climate and agricultural policies. The aim is to help decision-makers make informed decisions to promote the sustainability of land use policies and mitigate the effects of climate change on agriculture in France. The project tackles three main scientific challenges: integrating climate variables into the model, taking into account interactions between climate change and changes in land use, and exploring innovative public policy instruments. The project will be carried out in collaboration with the Institut des Sciences de la Terre (Isterre) in Grenoble and the Centre International de Recherche sur l’Environnement et le Développement (CIRED).