Conservation planning as a transdisciplinary process.

  title={Conservation planning as a transdisciplinary process.},
  author={Belinda Reyers and Dirk J. Roux and Richard M. Cowling and Aimee E Ginsburg and Jeanne L. Nel and Patrick O' Farrell},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  volume={24 4},
Despite substantial growth in the field of conservation planning, the speed and success with which conservation plans are converted into conservation action remains limited. This gap between science and action extends beyond conservation planning into many other applied sciences and has been linked to complexity of current societal problems, compartmentalization of knowledge and management sectors, and limited collaboration between scientists and decision makers. Transdisciplinary approaches… CONTINUE READING
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