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Provedor de dados:  Ecology and Society
País:  Canada
Título:  Seeking our shared wisdom: a framework for understanding knowledge coproduction and coproductive capacities
Autores:  Schuttenberg, H. Z.; School of Biological Sciences and Centre for Sustainable International Development, University of Aberdeen, UK; currently with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), E3 Bureau, Office of Forestry and Biodiversity; Heidi.Schuttenberg@gmail.com
Guth, Heidi K.; Kai Hoʻoulu LLLC and Polynesian Voyaging Society; HeidiKai@gmail.com
Data:  2015-01-29
Ano:  2015
Palavras-chave:  Climate change
Coproduction
Coral reef management
Governance
Traditional ecological knowledge
Resumo:  The widespread disconnect between scientific projections of climate change and the implementation of responsive management actions has escalated calls for knowledge production processes able to exercise a stronger voice in decision making. Recently, the concept of coproduction has been championed as a potential answer. The term ‘knowledge coproduction’ is used loosely in the literature to describe an inclusive, iterative approach to creating new information; it is distinguished by its focus on facilitating interactions between stakeholders to develop an integrated or transformational understanding of a sustainability problem. Whether a coproduction process is successful in this integration of science and policy depends on a range of capabilities that should be understood as ‘coproductive capacities.’ We draw on the literature from sustainability science to propose a conceptual framework that specifies the sequential goals of knowledge coproduction and potential sources of coproductive capacity. We apply this framework to examine our experience facilitating the coproduction of a climate change action plan for Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument and World Heritage Site. This framework offers a structure for systematically investigating the capacities, mechanisms, and dynamics of knowledge coproduction and for guiding the design of coproduction processes.
Tipo:  Peer-Reviewed Insight
Idioma:  Inglês
Identificador:  vol20/iss1/art15/
Editor:  Resilience Alliance
Formato:  text/html application/pdf
Fonte:  Ecology and Society; Vol. 20, No. 1 (2015)
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