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The social-ecological inventory workbook (pdf, 568 kB) helps identify the actors that potentially contributes to the resilience of a region.
"The inventory method serves as a preparation and supplement to a more elaborative resilience assessment. This preparation is of mutual benefit to you as a facilitator or a convener, and to the participants: The convener gets pre-understanding of the key actors in a region and what they would bring to the table, and the participants get a pre-understanding of what to expect from engaging in the resilience assessment," Lisen Schultz explains.