Designing 'interactive' environmental research for wider social relevance

This special briefing records the findings of a which brought together thirty researchers, research users and representatives of funding agencies from Canada and the UK to examine how researchers, policy makers, funding and other agencies/groups could be involved in developing, executing and communicating research. The briefing elaborates on the notion of interactive research, identifies elements of good practice and notes that further debate and analysis is required to promote the development of interactive and meaningful research that is relevant to the needs of research users and the wider community.

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Special briefing No. 4
15 p.
ESRC Global Environmental Change Programme
ESRC Global Environmental Change Programme, Mantell Building, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9RF
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ESRC Global Environmental Change Programme