Reflections on stakeholder interaction

Today I gave a talk at the CEC Fellows meeting on Lessons learnt from interacting with stakeholders. I shared reflections on three interactions I have been involved with:

  • Honey bees: bee health, pesticides and pollination
  • Invasive species: risk assessment and signal crayfish
  • Uncertainty in scientific assessments: understand and quantify!

The slides of my talk are found here: Sahlin_Lessons learnt from interacting with stakeholders_public

Ways to reach a systematic and science-based approach to stakeholder interaction may be to provide opportunities to learn from experience of interaction, help you to identify what type of interaction you want to work with and how much, and stimulate scientific discussion on interaction (science dialogue, communication, knowledge production, …).

 

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