Christophe Le Page of the Centre for International Cooperation in Agronomic Research for Development discusses his research on the conception and implementation of a companion modeling (ComMod) process that was used to mediate land use conflicts in Nan provide, Thailand. This process was successful in reconciling conflicts between stakeholder groups and facilitated the joint adoption of a common action plan relying on an experiment to assess the management of Brachiariaruziziensis pastures under highland environmental conditions.

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