Scientific report of the project


New publications

Venot, J. P., Jensen, C. B., & Delay, E. (2022). Mosaic glimpses: Serious games, generous constraints, and sustainable futures in Kandal, Cambodia. World Development, 151, 105779.
Faysse, N., Phiboon, K., Purotaganon, M. (2022).Which pathway to address interrelated challenges to farm sustainability in Thailand? Views of local actors. Regional Environmental Change, 22: 11.
Other publications

Ivars B. & Gruel C. & Ngone Oo T. & Venot J., (2021) Slippery land, ever-shifting boundaries: claiming and accessing alluvial (is)lands in the Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar, Journal of Political Ecology 28(1). p.146-174. doi:

Ivars, B. ; Venot, J.P. (2020). Claiming and re-claiming the Ayeyarwady Delta, time and again: the case of Nyaungdone Island, Myanmar. Journal of Political Ecology 27(1): 517-538.

Ivars, B.; & Venot, J.-P. (2019). Grounded and global: Water infrastructure development and policymaking in the Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar. Water Alternatives 12(3): 1038-1063.

Faysse, N.; Aguilhon, L.; Phiboon, K.; & Purotaganon, M. (2020). Mainly farming…but what’s next? The future of irrigated farms in Thailand. Journal of Rural Studies 73: 68-76.

Faysse, N. (2019). Renewing the engagement of young people in farming in Thailand: Possible pathways. Outlook on Agriculture 48(4): 271-272.

Ruiz Salvago, M.; Phiboon, K.; Faysse, N.; & Nguyen TPL (2019). Young people’s willingness to farm under present and improved conditions in Thailand. Outlook on Agriculture 48(4): 282-291.

Filloux, T.; Faysse, N. ; Pintobtang, P. (2019). The long road to becoming a farmer: the plans of agriculture students in Thailand. Outlook on Agriculture 48(4): 273-281.

Phiboon, K.; Cochetel, C.; & Faysse, N. (2019). Support programmes and the diversity of young farmers in Thailand: a good match? Outlook on Agriculture 48(4):300-308.

Faysse, N.; Phiboon, K.; & Filloux, T. (2019) Public policy to support young farmers in Thailand. Outlook on Agriculture 48(4): 292-299.

Faysse, N.; & Phiboon, K.  (2019). Building Capacities for Change: Farmers Moving Away from Conventional Rice Farming in Prachinburi Province, Thailand. Journal of Community Development Research 12(4):  57-67.

Trakuldit, T.; & Faysse, N. (2019). Difficult encounters around “monkey cheeks”: Farmers’ interests and the design of flood retention areas in Thailand. Journal of Flood Risk Management.  12(S2).


Bremard, T. (2020). Sinking Bangkok: environmental changes through problem framing, policy negotiation and groundwater governance. Presentation at the “Water and the City” conference. February 6-7, 2020. National  University of Singapore.

Bremard, T. (2019). A political ecology of Bangkok waters: the institutional interplay between subsidence, floods and water infrastructures. Presentation at a Graduate student seminar. CSDS, Chulalonkorn University, Bangkok. May 21, 2019.

Bremard, T. (2019). Politics of urban riverbank development: the contested Chao Phraya River Promenade Project in Bangkok. Presentation at the conference of Political Ecology in Asia 209- Plural knowledge and contested development in a more-than-human world. October 10-11, 2019, Bangkok. CSDS, IRASEC, IRD, IFP, IRN-SustainAsia, POLLEN.

Daré, W.; Venot, J.P.; Delay, E. (2019). Investigating the justice dimension of water infrastructures: demonstration and insights from a serious game in Kandal province, Cambodia. Presentation at the Environmental Justice Conference 2019: Transformative connections. 2-4 juillet 2019, Norwich, UK

Delay, E.; Daré, J.P.; Venot, J.P.; Neang, M.; Seng, S. (2019). The Boeung: A sensitive common threatened by uncertainty in intensification process. Presentation at the 17th IASC Global conference. 1-5 juillet 2019, Lima, Peru.

Phoeurk, R.; Venot, J.P. (2019). Collective action and rice farming: An Analysis of Irrigation Management in the Cambodian Floodplains. Presentation at the 17th IASC Global conference. 1-5 juillet 2019, Lima, Peru.

Venot, J.P.; Phoeurk R.; Fétiveau, M.; Heourn, S. (2019). Pseudo commons: drainage canals and irrigation pumps in Takeo province, Cambodia. Presentation at the seminar on “Participatory irrigation management: reviewing the potentials and issues in PIM implementation in development project”, Ho Chi Minh City, 10-11 décembre 2019. AUF, AFD, EFEO, SSISS

Daré, W.; Delay, E.; Venot, J.P. (2019). De l’incertitude au risque : Apprentissages autour de la réhabilitation des preks dans la région de Kandal (Sud Cambodge). Présentation à la conférence Jeux et enjeux 2019. 13-14 mai 2019. Marseille.

Venot, J.P.; Phoeurk, R. (2019). Institutional Arrangements in Cambodian Community Fisheries: Insights from Kandal Province Cambodia. Presentation at World Fish Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Unpublished document.

Master theses

Fétiveau, M. (2019). Diagnostic agraire dans le haut delta du Me kong, Cambodge : Quelles relations entre la durabilité des systèmes rizicoles et la gestion de l’eau. Master thesis, AgroParisTech, Paris.

Filloux, T. (2019). The insertion in agriculture sector of agricultural high school students in 3 East Thailand regions. Master Thesis, Supagro Montellier, France.

Herique, O. (2019). National program for organic rice farming in Thailand. To what extent the program strengthens the organic agricultural sector? Master Thesis, Le Mans University, France.

Vauthier, T. (2019). Impacts de la réhabilitation des circuits d’irrigation sur la perception des incertitudes des agriculteurs de la « zone des preks » au Cambodge.  Master Thesis, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier, France.

Voogd, S. (2019). The Bang Rakam model. Farmers’ perceptions on a flood retention policy in Phitsanulok and Sukhothai Province, Thailand. Master Thesis Environmental Geography. University of Amsterdam.

Bremard, T. (2018). L’aménagement des berges de la Chao Phraya : analyse du jeu d’acteur autour d’un projet urbain. Master thesis, Université Lumière Lyon 2, France.

Ruiz Salvago, M. (2018). Enhanced Entry of Young Generation into Agriculture: A Case Study in Prachinburi, Thailand. Master thesis, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok.

Supaporn, P. (2018). Land use change and its impacts on water pumping and consumption in bang pakong river basin, Thailand. Master thesis, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok.

Trakuldit, T. (2018). Analysis of Stakeholder Participation in the Flood Expansion Area Project in Nakhon Sawan province and Phitsanulok province, Thailand. Master thesis, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok.

Aguilhon, L. (2017). Agricultural dynamics in the Bang Pakong basin: Interrelationship between family dynamics, access to the market and water management. Master thesis, Faculty of Political Sciences, Montpellier, France.

Pratx, O. (2017). Etude du fonctionnement hydro-agricole de canaux d’irrigation : Cas des « preks » sur les rives du Bassac au Cambodge. Master thesis, Montpellier Supagro and ENGEES.


Gruel, C.R. (2018). Sédimentation et érosion dans le delta de l’Ayeyarwady : Focus sur trois archipels situés sur le cours principal du fleuve. Research report.

Venot, JP. (2018). Prek ComMod workshop; 4-6 December 2018, Cambodia. Notes on a serious game section for internal use. Research report.

Venot, JP. (2019). Internal Report “DOUBT ComMod Workshop”; April 30th to May 8th, 2019, Cambodia. Notes on a serious game section for internal use. Research report.

Faysse, N.; Phiboon, K., Aguilhon, L.; Srisawaluck, E. (2020). Land rent conditions for rice farmers in Thailand: connecting policies and practices to enable transformation of farming systems. Research report.

“Serious” games

Venot, J.P.; Daré, W.; Delay, E.; Seng, S.; Say, S.; Neang, M. (2019). The « Dai Prek Game » (Regional level): « How to implement guide »

Venot, J.P.; Daré, W.; Delay, E.; Seng, S.; Say, S.; Neang, M. (2019). The « Dai Prek Game » (local level): « How to implement guide »