As part of the 80th anniversary of the CNRS, the Mission for Cross-cutting and Interdisciplinary Initiatives (MITI) has just announced in March 2019 the 80 winners of the call for project 80|Prime intended to support and strengthen the interdisciplinarity between institutes of the CNRS. The project supported by Laurent Longuevergne (Geosciences Rennes researcher, DIMENV@risce team, INSU) and Véronique Van Tilbeurgh (ESO Rennes, INSHS, professor at the University of Rennes 2) was selected.
(1) define whether policies and tools for managing water resources remain sustainable with climate variability and people’s expectations;
(2) Scenarize changes so that actors (scientists, politicians, water managers in the broad sense, citizens) can share their knowledge, project themselves and react in the perspective of decision-making. It is thus a question of laying the first bricks of virtual reality as tools of environmental governance, or even of collective “environmental intelligence”
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