Engaging stakeholders across a socio-environmentally diverse network of water research sites in North and South America

L. Smyth Robyn, Uroosa Fatima, Monique Segarra, Lisa Borre, Mariana I. Zilio, Brian Reid, Stephanie Pincetl, et al

Maintaining and restoring freshwater ecosystem services in the face of local and global change requires adaptive research that effectively engages stakeholders. However, there is a lack of understanding and consensus in the research community regarding where, when, and which stakeholders should be engaged and what kind of researcher should do the engaging (e.g., physical, ecological, or social scientists).

Published Work | 2020 | Environmental Development

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