Informing the Policy Process through Integrated Management

By Livia Bizikova, Ruth Waldick on May 20, 2010
Integrated management (IM) approaches have emerged as promising ways to address trade-offs, explore risk and consider best options within the context of socioeconomic and environmental priorities over time and space and across jurisdictions. The paper presents examples of interactions between policy-makers and other stakeholders, including scientists, to promote policy development and to increase the relevance of the outcomes of the integrated landscape management (ILM) studies for policy-making. The results are based on the assessment of ten ILM projects completed in Canada and elsewhere.

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PRI, 2010