Study on technical information and conservation decisions – looking for participants

EDIT: This study is no longer online. Find out more about my current research here!

I am conducting a study investigating technical information in conservation decision making, and would like to invite you to participate.

Your participation in this research will provide important information on the interplay between technical (science-based) information and value judgements in decision making for conservation. This will help me identify factors that can help or hinder effective incorporation of evidence into decision making. The findings will (hopefully) contribute to the knowledge on how to improve communication and knowledge transfer between science and policy/practice. This may in turn, lead to better biodiversity outcomes in practice.

This research will be of greatest interest to scientific experts, policy or decision makers, managers, or practitioners working in conservation, environment or related fields. This list is not exhaustive. If you are interested in this topic and would like to take the questionnaire, your participation is greatly appreciated.

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Do it…FOR SCIENCE!
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One Response to Study on technical information and conservation decisions – looking for participants

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