Overcoming the final frontier of climate change in viticulture: exploring interactions between society and environment using Agent Based Modelling and Companion Modelling approaches

Abstract : Climate change is a complex process that requires societies to seek viable solutions to enable them to adapt. Agent based modelling using co-constructed models can thus be contemplated as a means of understanding the manner in which societies in wine-growing areas take into account the different variables that influence their systems. Here we offer a reflection on three years of companion modelling carried out in the Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée areas of Banyuls-Collioure (Fr) and the Val di Cembra (It). This work has led us to co-construct six agent based models and to produce a future-oriented summary, enabling us to identify the macro-variables that influence this environment.
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Etienne Delay, Nicolas Becu. Overcoming the final frontier of climate change in viticulture: exploring interactions between society and environment using Agent Based Modelling and Companion Modelling approaches. N. Ollat; J. M. Touzard; I. Garcia de Cortazar-Atauri; H. Quénol; C. van Leeuwen. Sustainable grape and wine production in the context of climate change., Vigne&Vin Internationales, pp.204-212, 2017, ⟨https://www6.inra.fr/laccave/ClimWine2016/Proceedings-of-Climwine2016⟩. ⟨halshs-01666078⟩

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