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Co-Producing Sustainability: Reordering the Governance of Science, Policy, and Practice
Co-production has become a cornerstone of research within the sustainability sciences, motivating collaborations of diverse actors to conduct research in the service of societal and policy change.Expand
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Accommodating consensus and diversity in environmental knowledge production: Achieving closure through typologies in IPBES
This work was supported by the Economic and Social Research Council, UK [University of Cambridge DTC].
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Engaging diverse experts in a global environmental assessment: participation in the first work programme of IPBES and opportunities for improvement
The need for interdisciplinary expert groups from different regions of the world to be involved in the fields of sustainability science and environmental change research is increasingly recognised.Expand
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IPBES and Biodiversity Expertise: Regional, Gender, and Disciplinary Balance in the Composition of the Interim and 2015 Multidisciplinary Expert Panel
The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) is an expert institution expected to transform the governance of biodiversity and ecosystem services. IPBES expands onExpand
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Co-production in action: perceiving power in the organisational dimensions of a global biodiversity expert process
  • J. Montana
  • Business
  • Sustainability Science
  • 13 March 2019
Opening up knowledge–action systems to a wider range of disciplinary and societal actors is considered to be a necessary step in achieving transformative change for sustainability. In science forExpand
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Understanding the Impacts of Research Synthesis
Abstract Research synthesis is the integration of existing knowledge and research findings pertinent to an issue. The aim of synthesis is to increase the generality and applicability of thoseExpand
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An agenda for research and action towards diverse and just futures for life on Earth.
  • C. Wyborn, J. Montana, +19 authors M. Ryan
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Conservation biology : the journal of the Society…
  • 26 November 2020
Decades of research and policy interventions on biodiversity have insufficiently addressed the dual issues of biodiversity degradation and social justice. New approaches are therefore needed. ThisExpand
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Imagining transformative biodiversity futures
Biodiversity research is replete with scientific studies depicting future trajectories of decline that have failed to mobilize transformative change. Imagination and creativity can foster new ways toExpand
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Doing Science Differently: Co-producing conservation outcomes
Despite ever-increasing knowledge of conservation problems, biodiversity continues to decline. This has led to frustrations of many conservation scientists that their knowledge has failed toExpand
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