Engage stakeholders in research consortium
Stakeholder participation is crucial to guide research towards societal knowledge demand and a successful dissemination of research results from biodiversity and ecosystem service studies. In order to organize consistent stakeholder engagement in a research consortium with several independent case studies, such as TALE, and to facilitate comparability among these case studies, common guidelines were made up. These were applied in a cross case study analysis of land sharing and land sparing scenarios.”
- Poster: What is land sharing? What is land sparing?
- Guidelines: What is the process to define the scenarios in TALE, in collaboration with stakeholders?
- The official report of the stakeholder workshop conducted in the Cega-Eresma-Adaja case study area (Spain) released in December 2016.