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The workshop was held at Stockholm Resilience Centre 20-22 August and was organised by members of the Knowledge management, learning and social networks in social-ecological systems research theme.
Dr Michel Etienne has developed a model called Commod that makes stakehlders aware of their use of resources in Man and Biosphere (MAB) regions. The model can provide grounds for better understanding and agreement on future management.
The workshop resulted in a new collaboration between researchers at the Resilience Centre and researchers and MAB-coordinators in France and Sweden. The aim is to use communication and the visualising of knowledge in future MAB areas and through research develop an understanding of these tools and processes.
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