The art of co-production of knowledge in environmental sciences and management: lessons from international practice

@article{Djenontin2018TheAO,
  title={The art of co-production of knowledge in environmental sciences and management: lessons from international practice},
  author={Ida Nadia S. Djenontin and Alison M. Meadow},
  journal={Environmental Management},
  year={2018},
  volume={61},
  pages={885-903}
}
This review paper addresses the challenging question of “how to” design and implement co-production of knowledge in climate science and other environmental and agricultural sciences. Based on a grounded theory review of nine (9) published case studies of transdisciplinary and collaborative research projects, the paper offers a set of common themes regarding specific components and processes for the design, implementation, and achievement of co-production of knowledge work, which represent the… 
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