Valorization WP 6
Valorization – WP 6
Leading partner
UNIGR
Teams involved
All partners
Objectives
Transfer of knowledge about PSDR principles and valorization of the main results obtained in the TASTE project.
The first objective of WP 6 is the valorization of the results obtained in TASTE towards external people, like stakeholders, policy makers, students… who can learn from the researches and use them for a smart development of rural and peri-urban areas. This transfer mainly concerns two core types of results: academic and participatory ones. For the sake of academic research, we will diffuse the results about land use figures and land use conflicts assessment as well as the figures of smart rural development in different types of EU rural and peri-urban areas. For the sake of participatory research, we will promote governance tools and land use management tools, as well as manuals of methodological itinerary to final users. WP 6 also pursues a preliminary objective, which is the diffusion of the PSDR principles to the gatekeepers of test case studies.
Description of work
Valorization implies the dissemination of TASTE results to people interested in smart development ideas but lacking principles. We will diffuse towards identified persons through meetings, but also disseminate our results by means of materials and documents, downloadable on the project website, but also diffused through local stakeholders and policy makers, as well as experienced students.
Deliverables
  • 6.1. One Poster for each case study, putting together the main characteristics of the selected areas as well as the main results and governance tools.
  • 6.2. One « 4 pages activities» for each WP 3, 4 & 5, for diffusion of the main research results about agriculture, business and services activities.
  • 6.3. One « 4 pages land use» for diffusion of the main research results about land use assesment in WP 2, as well as figures of smart developement with regards to peculiar areas in WP 1.
  • 6.4. Material for courses in Universities and Schools of engineers involved in the project. The latter include academic courses and engineering courses.
  • 6.5. Presentations of woks at the final meeting.
  • 6.6. Academic publications if peer review journals. A book including the various works at stake in the project will be edited.
Milestones and expected result
  • M1. Diffusion of the PSDR principles to the participants of the involved teams.
  • M2. Assessment about the application of the principles at the case studies level.
  • M3. Diffusion of results and good principles to external persons. Expected results: building valorization tools for the sake of local stakeholders and policy makers aiming at a smart rural Europe.
TASTE is supported by the European Commission
and funding bodies in 4 countries
in the framework of FP7
and the RURAGRI ERA-NET
European Commission FP7 Ruragri
Keywords Smart rural development - Land use and management - Innovative agriculture and business - Territorial governance
- Entrepreneurship - Rural Urban relationship
Contacts

Scientific Coordinator : André TORRE (INRA) - torre@agroparistech.fr
Project Manager : Frederic WALLET (INRA) - wallet@agroparistech.fr