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 ===== Participatory approaches: the World Cafe ===== ===== Participatory approaches: the World Cafe =====
  
-{{:​en:​world_cafe_1.jpg?​nolink&​300 ​ }}Communicating the relevance of ecosystem services (ES) for Alpine local and regional management as well as the challenges connected to implementation,​ are objectives of the [[:​wiki:​alpesbackground|AlpES transnational project]]. While the ES approach exemplifies an approach to recognise services of nature to humans, **stakeholders hold different knowledge and understandings** about its possible uses, and may adopt different approaches to implement it in their territories or regions.+{{:​en:​world_cafe_1.jpg?​nolink&​300 ​ }}Communicating the relevance of [[wiki:​ecosystemservices|ecosystem services]] (ES) for Alpine local and regional management as well as the challenges connected to implementation,​ are objectives of the [[:​wiki:​alpesbackground|AlpES transnational project]]. While the ES approach exemplifies an approach to recognise services of nature to humans, **stakeholders hold different knowledge and understandings** about its possible uses, and may adopt different approaches to implement it in their territories or regions.
  
 <font 14px/​14px;;​inherit;;​inherit>​AlpES partners took advantage of the mid-term partner meeting in Venice, in November 2017, to **share perspectives on the benefits and challenges **of the approach, feedback local and regional stakeholders provided during the project’s stakeholder involvement activities, as well as suggest uses of the results of the AlpES project past its conclusion. To do this, the Veneto team (University of Padova and Etifor, a Spin-off of the University of Padova), organised a two-hour **world café **for project partners and local stakeholders to propose their own perspectives. This technique could be proposed regionally or locally to address discussion of ecosystem services more in-depth.</​font>​ <font 14px/​14px;;​inherit;;​inherit>​AlpES partners took advantage of the mid-term partner meeting in Venice, in November 2017, to **share perspectives on the benefits and challenges **of the approach, feedback local and regional stakeholders provided during the project’s stakeholder involvement activities, as well as suggest uses of the results of the AlpES project past its conclusion. To do this, the Veneto team (University of Padova and Etifor, a Spin-off of the University of Padova), organised a two-hour **world café **for project partners and local stakeholders to propose their own perspectives. This technique could be proposed regionally or locally to address discussion of ecosystem services more in-depth.</​font>​
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 === 4. How can the results of the project be used after the conclusion of the project, by the different categories of stakeholders,​ i.e., public, private and research institutions?​ === === 4. How can the results of the project be used after the conclusion of the project, by the different categories of stakeholders,​ i.e., public, private and research institutions?​ ===
  
-Different perspectives where considered for addressing uses of project results. For public stakeholders,​ the ES assessment and mapping could inform and drive decision making and investment priorities as well as facilitate the development of new policies and regulations including the ES concept. AlpES results could also be used for providing internal training to public entities. For private stakeholders,​ the results could help developing market based instruments or contributing to local development. as well as assess impacts associated with development activities and investments,​ set-up specific mitigation or compensation measures as well as prevent and manage ES trade-offs.+Different perspectives where considered for addressing uses of project results. For public stakeholders,​ the [[wiki:​mapping_assessment|ES assessment and mapping]] could inform and drive decision making and investment priorities as well as facilitate the development of new policies and regulations including the ES concept. AlpES results could also be used for providing internal training to public entities. For private stakeholders,​ the results could help developing market based instruments or contributing to local development. as well as assess impacts associated with development activities and investments,​ set-up specific mitigation or compensation measures as well as prevent and manage ES trade-offs.
  
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