FLAWS IN ‘DISSEMINATION’
Pushing’ research evidence gets us only so far.
Linear approaches to evidence have a long history but they severe limitation.
by Anna Hopkins
Published by: Pew Charitable Trusts (2016)
Report from a 2016 workshop of practitioners working at the interfaces of science, policy and society for environmental outcomes. It concludes that Boundary-spanning and boundary organizations can be of substantial value in managing complex or wicked environmental problems. These problems are common, yet investment in boundary-spanning and deliberate development of rules, structures, incentives and norms to support boundary-spanning are not.
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