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  • Behaviour Biodiversity research

    The aim of the joint working methodology is to understand each other's knowledge base, mindset and expectations, so that project partners (academics, practice partners and societal stakeholders) can work effectively on common research topics. To address this challenge, social science theories and methodologies applied in the project were debated in a workshop to explore their practical [...]

  • Behaviour intersectionality research

    This report documents the internal PLANET4B process of selecting, pre-testing, adapting and aligning individual research-based intervention methods to the eleven individual case studies.  It provides an overview of how the task of aligning intervention methods to intersectional and biodiversity challenges of individual case studies was managed by the Task leads and engaged with by the wider consortium, including through a [...]

  • Behaviour Biodiversity intersectionality research

    This deliverable describes the process of developing a transdisciplinary diagnostic framework for biodiversity decision-making carried out in Work Package 1 of the EU funded research project PLANET4B. The aim of the process was to help researchers and practitioners in our project become more conscious of the theoretical approaches and languages that may condition the interventions [...]

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  • Behaviour Biodiversity brief intersectionality
    Research brief

    Brief workshop report

    One of PLANET4B's working hypotheses is that societies need transformative change to halt and reverse the alarming rates of biodiversity loss. To address this need, PLANET4B has been analysing, testing, developing and synthesising intervention methods that go beyond traditional approaches (e.g. laws and regulations, markets and incentives, information) and can be implemented within the project’s case studies. Read about the findings of our latest analysis training in brief.

  • Behaviour Biodiversity b
    Research brief

    How to design learning communities for knowledge co-creation in social research on biodiversity

    Communities can provide ingenious answers aiming to influence decision making on biodiversity related questions. Engaging diverse community actors and stakeholders in a meaningful way is possible only if tailor-made approaches are used to contact and interact with them. Take a look at this process briefly and you'll surely be tempted to delve into the full report.