Services écosystémiques de la mangrove pour assurer un développement local durable au Vietnam

par Hung Vo

Projet de thèse en Sciences Économiques

Sous la direction de Michel Simioni.

Thèses en préparation à Montpellier, SupAgro , dans le cadre de EDEG - Economie Gestion , en partenariat avec MOISA - Marchés, Organisations, Institutions et Stratégies d'Acteurs - (laboratoire) depuis le 01-09-2016 .


  • Résumé

    La thèse étudiera des problèmes de Services écosystémiques de la mangrove en abordant les points théoriques et des aspects empiriques qui pourront faire appel à de l'économétrie. La réflexion initiale sera basée sur le projet ci-dessous en anglais.

  • Titre traduit

    Mangrove ecosystem services for ensuring local sustainable development


  • Résumé

    Ecosystems and PES are very critical for ensuring sustainable development in Vietnam. The government of Vietnam will need to sustainably manage mangrove ecosystems, which play a critical role in protection of the environment and from climate change. In addition, the policy on PES will contribute to sustainability strategies, such as the National Strategies on Biodiversity, Climate Change, and Green Growth of Vietnam. Thus, this thesis provides a starting point for a long-term research to respond to the real and urgent need for organizations working to implement policies related to ecosystem and PES. Xuan Thuy National Park (Nam Dinh province, Vietnam) has a typical wetland ecosystem, including 2000 ha of mangroves that produce high economic values for the coastal communities (such as aquaculture, fisheries, and tourism). However, it is under a high threat of overexploitation and natural impacts (such as erosion and salinity). The main threats facing mangrove forests include removal, aquaculture, forest use, and freshwater diversion. The research ideas have been developed based on new knowledge and approaches that integrate natural and socio-economic dimensions of the mangroves ecosystems in coastal wetlands areas with community participation and policy inputs. The research is original since there are very limited case studies, and new tools and approaches for PES in mangrove ecosystems in Vietnam have been applied.