Framings of science-policy interactions and their discursive and institutional effects: examples from conservation and environmental policy

@article{Pregernig2014FramingsOS,
  title={Framings of science-policy interactions and their discursive and institutional effects: examples from conservation and environmental policy},
  author={Michael Pregernig},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={3615-3639}
}
The complex field of forest conservation, like many other areas of environmental policy and management, is considered to be in urgent need of sound scientific expertise. At the same time, the practice of linking scientific knowledge production to political and societal decision-making is a persistent challenge. Rather than attempting to illuminate the (problematic) interaction between science and policy-making in an empirical way, this study adopts a meta-perspective to investigate how the role… CONTINUE READING