Read and download the materials, reports and publications developed throughout the project.
Workshop report on theory commonalities and conflicts
The document summarises the results of the workshop on ‘theory of commonalities and conflicts’. The report provides a methodological description of the two-day workshop, where participants analysed the case studies of the project, using creative methods and an interactive approach. Which areas connecting strongly to biodiversity are covered in the case studies? What sort of [...]
One hundred ways to transform biodiversity prioritisation in individual, community, and institutional decision-making
Read about our latest analysis 'Directory of key methods most suitable for biodiversity decision-making contexts' in brief which presents a unique collection of 100 different methods for improving biodiversity decision-making and a new Reflexivity-Contextualisation Matrix.
Directory of key methods most suitable for biodiversity decision-making contexts
This report introduces a directory of 100 key intervention methods most suitable for biodiversity decision making contexts, organised across three main categories: experiential games; framing and nudging experiments; and creative, arts-based and deliberative methods.
Explore the innovative approach of PLANET4B in addressing biodiversity loss through an intersectional lens. This policy brief unveils a methodological framework that recognizes the interconnectedness of race, gender, disability, sexuality, class, age, and other social categories in understanding and addressing biodiversity challenges. Gain valuable insights, practical approaches, and key findings to guide future research and promote environmental and social justice. Download the presentation on the topic.