Stakeholder involvement in climate assessment: bridging the gap between scientific research and the public

@inproceedings{OConnor2000StakeholderII,
  title={Stakeholder involvement in climate assessment: bridging the gap between scientific research and the public},
  author={Robert E. O¹Connor and Patti J. Anderson and Ann Fisher and Richard J. Bord},
  year={2000}
}
Stakeholder participation is a crucial component of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Assessment (MARA) of Possible Consequences of Climate Variability and Change. We involved stakeholders for 6 reasons: to ensure that the assessment addresses stakeholder concerns, to enhance the technical qual- ity of the assessment, to provide a forum for stakeholders with diverse constituencies to share ideas, to facilitate dissemination of assessment findings, to sensitize stakeholders to possible impacts as well… CONTINUE READING

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