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BiodivERsA / Belmont Forum’s Handbook on the use of biodiversity scenarios in support of decision-making

BiodivERsA and the Belmont Forum, in the framework of their Joint Action on Scenarios of biodiversity and ecosystem services, produced a Handbook on the use of biodiversity scenarios in support of decision-making.

Climate Change and Environment
Fundamental Research

This handbook is intended for any individual interested to learn about biodiversity scenarios, and in particular participatory scenario design and the use of biodiversity scenarios in decision-making. It builds on a variety of sources (literature, expert and non-expert consultations, interviews) to provide a general understanding of scenarios of biodiversity, concrete examples of their use, and a directory of relevant resources to go further on the topic. By reading this handbook, you will learn about: * Different types of scenarios that relate to decision-making; * Key features, pitfalls, and best practices in developing and using scenarios of biodiversity and ecosystem services; * Illustrative examples, case studies, and lessons learned on participatory biodiversity scenarios and their use, drawn from research projects funded by BiodivERsA, Belmont Forum, and others; * Further reading, tools and resources on the topic of (biodiversity) scenarios. More information: Complete Handbook is available here: http://www.biodiversa.org/1816 Directory of resources on biodiversity scenarios: http://www.biodiversa.org/1818 On the joint call 2017-2018: http://www.biodiversa.org/1400

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Biodiversity, ecosystem services, biodiversity scenarios, stakeholder engagement, science policy, policy / society, BiodivERsA, Belmont Forum