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Chantal Le Mouël


Senior Researcher

Phone: +33 (0)2 23 48 53 86

Research topics  

  • Agricultural and food systems change, climate change and land-use change
  • Market and trade modeling and land-use change

Selected recent publications

  • Le Mouël, C. et Forslund, A. (2017)
    "How can we feed the world in 2050? A review of the responses from global scenario studies".
    European review of Agricultural Economics, 44(4), 541-591.
  • Salou, T., van der Werf, H., Levert, F., Forslund, A., Hercule, J. et Le Mouël, C. (2017).
    "Could EU dairy quota removal favour some dairy production systems over others? The case of French dairy production systems".
    Agricultural Systems, 153:1-10.
  • Le Mouël, C., Forslund, A., Marty, P., Manceron, S., Marajo-Petitzon, E., Caillaud, M.A. and Schmitt, B. (2017).
    "La dépendance alimentaire de l’Afrique du Nord et du Moyen-Orient à l’horizon 2050".
    Editions Quæ, Versailles, 144p.
  • Forslund, A., Levert, F., Hercule, J. and Le Mouël, C. (2017).
    "Crop-Livestock Land Competition: Land-Use Change and Green-House gas emissions (CLAC-LUC) : Scénario de reference et scenarios alternatifs à l’horizon 2030 (construction, méthode et résultats)".
    Rapport final de l’étude CLAC-LUC réalisé pour l’Ademe et le Ministère en charge de l’agriculture, 96p + Annexes.
  • Salou, T., Le Mouël, C. and Van Der Werf, H. (2016).
    "Environmental impacts of dairy system intensification: the functional unit matters!".
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 140(Part 2): 445-454.

Work in progress

  • Sept 2016-July 2017: Visiting researcher at PIK (Postdam Institute for Climate Impact Reserach), Research Domain 2 (RD2)
  • 2012-2017: Inra-Cirad Foresight Agrimonde-Terra « land use and food security »
  • 2014-2017: CLAC-LUC, Crop-Livestock Land Competition (GIS Changement d’Affectation des Sols, étude pour l’Ademe et le Ministère en charge de l’Agriculture)

Chantal Le Mouël's publications in ProdINRA

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