A guidebook on engagement and co-creation methodologies for the integration of multiple stakeholders in climate action policy will describe identified key conflicts among local and regional key actors and procedures to overcome the conflicts.
A content analysis of about 20 case studies to identify effective practices in community–academia research partner-ships. The report includes principles of co-data creation and the success factors from the case studies as discussed in two international online-conferences (organised in the premises of UoV (month 4, month 10) and a Delphi Study among policy makers and scientists in the pilot regions.
An analysis of experiences with co-creation with civil society participation in research, innovation and governance in different spaces and contexts of climate action and climate change adaptation.
TeRRIFICA’s co-creation teams will report on their initial review in the full stakeholder spectrum: mapping relevant stakeholders and assessing potentials and barriers to its use in each participating country, related to research and regional innovation and broader stakeholder engagement. The report will address the diversity in strategies, activities and procedures and describe findings from panel discussions, regional workshops and focus groups on climate action and climate change adaptation.
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Author(s): Kate Sposob
Published in: Tackling Climate Action at the Local Level: Education for Sustainable Development Projects from the Global RCE Network, 2021, Page(s) 44-47, ISBN 978-92-808-4598-3
Publisher: United Nations University, Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)