Stakeholder Engagement

Citations below represent recommended reading on effectively engaging stakeholders in climate adaptation and decision-making.  Your additional suggestions are welcome.

Briley, L., D. Brown, S.E. Kalafatis, 2015. Overcoming barriers during the co-production of climate information for decision-making, Climate Risk Management, doi: ABSTRACT

Brugger, J., and M. Crimmins, 2014.  Designing institutions to support local level climate change adaptation: Insights from a case study of the U.S. Cooperative Extension System. Weather, Climate, and Society, doi: 10.1175/WCAS-D-13-00036.1.  ABSTRACT

Bidwell, D., T. Dietz, and D. Scavia, 2013. Fostering knowledge networks for climate adaptation. Nature Climate Change, 3: 610-611. doi:10.1038/nclimate1931 ABSTRACT

Buizer, J., K. Jacobs, and D. Cash, 2009. Making short-term climate forecasts useful: linking science and action. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. online, doi:10.1073/pnas.0900518107  ABSTRACT

Carr, A. and R. Wilkinson, 2005. Beyond participation: boundary organizations as a new space for farmers and scientists to interact. Society and Natural Resources, 18(3): 255-265. ABSTRACT

Cash, D.W., J.C. Borck, and A.G. Patt, 2006. Countering the ‘loading dock’ approach to linking science and decision making. Comparative analysis of El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) forecasting systems. Science, Technology and Human Values, 31(4): 465-494. ABSTRACT

Cash, D.W., and S.C. Moser. 2000. Linking global and local scales: designing dynamic assessment and management processes. Global Environmental Change, 10(2): 109-120. ABSTRACT

Chief, K., A.M. Meadow, K. White, 2016. Engaging Southwestern Tribes in sustainable water resources topics and management. Water, 8: 350. ABSTRACT

Christoplos, I., M. Anderson, M. Arnold, V. Galaz, M. Hedger, R.J.T. Klein, and K. Le Goulven, 2009. The human dimension of climate adaptation: the importance of local and institutional issues. Commission on Climate Change and Development, Stockholm. ABSTRACT

Cvitanovic, C., A. J. Hobday, L. van Kerkhoff, and N. A. Marshall, 2015. Overcoming barriers to knowledge exchange for adaptive resource management; the perspectives of Australian marine scientists. Marine Policy, 52: 38–44. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2014.10.026 ABSTRACT

Cornell, S., F. Berkhout, W. Tuinstra, J.D. Tàbara, J. Jäger, I. Chabay, and B. de Wit, 2013. Opening up knowledge systems for better responses to global environmental change. Environ. Sci. Policy, 28: 60–70. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2012.11.008 ABSTRACT

Dilling, L., and M.C. Lemos, 2011. Creating usable science: opportunities and constraints for climate knowledge use and their implications for science policy. Global Environmental Change. 21: 680-689. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2010.11.006 ABSTRACT

Eden, S., 2011. Lessons on the generation of usable science from an assessment of decision support practices. Environmental Science & Policy. 14: 11-19. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2010.09.011 ABSTRACT

Feldman, D.L., and H.M. Ingram, 2009. Making science useful to decision makers: Climate forecasts, water management and knowledge networks. Weather, Climate and Society, 1: 9-21. ABSTRACT

Ferguson, D.B., J. Rice, and C. Woodhouse, 2014. Linking environmental research and practice: Lessons from the integration of climate science and water management in the western United States. Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest. ABSTRACT

Greenwood, D. J., W. F. Whyte, and I. Harkavy, 1993. Participatory action research as a process and as a goal. Human Relations, 46: 175–192. doi:10.1177/001872679304600203 ABSTRACT

Guston, D.H., 2001. Boundary organizations in environmental policy and science: an introduction. Science, Technology, and Human Values,, 26(4): 399–408.  ABSTRACT

Hoppe, R., 2010. Lost in translation? Boundary work in making climate change governable, in From Climate Change to Social Change: Perspectives on Science-Policy Interfaces, ed. P. Driessen, P. Leroy, and W. van Vierseen. Utrecht: International Books, pp. 109-130. ABSTRACT

Hulme, M., M. Mahony, S. Beck, C. Görg, et al., 2011. Science-policy interface: beyond assessments. Science, 333(6043): 697-698. doi: 10.1126/science.333.6043.697 ABSTRACT

Jacobs, K.L., and J.L. Buizer, 2015.  Building community, credibility and knowledge: the third US National Climate Assessment. Climatic Change 135(1): 9-22. doi: 10.1007/s10584-015-1445-8 ABSTRACT

Jacobs, K., G. Garfin, and M. Lenart, 2005. More than just talk: connecting science and decision-making. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 47(9): 6-21. doi:10.3200/ENVT.47.9.6-21 ABSTRACT

Jacobs, K., L. Lebel. J. Buizer, L. Addams, P. Matson, et al., 2010. Linking knowledge with action in the pursuit of sustainable water-resources management. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 113(17): 4591-4596.  doi:10.1073/pnas.0813125107 ABSTRACT

Jasanoff, S., 1987. Contested boundaries in policy-relevant science. Social Studies of Science,17(2): 195-230. Doi: 10.1177/030631287017002001 ABSTRACT

Jasanoff, S., 2004. The idiom of co-production. In S. Jasanoff (ed.), States of Knowledge: the Co- Production of Science and Social Order. London, Routledge, Taylor & Francis, pp. 1-12. ABSTRACT

Kirchhoff, C.J., M.C. Lemos, and S. Dessai, 2013. Actionable knowledge for environmental decision making: Broadening the usability of climate science. Annual Review of Environment and Natural Resources, 38(3): 1-22. doi: 10.1146/annurev-environ-022112-112828 ABSTRACT

Lacey, J., S.M. Howden, C. Cvitanovic, and A.-M. Dowd, 2015. Informed adaptation: Ethical considerations for adaptation researchers and decisions-makers. Global Environmental Change, 32: 200–210. ABSTRACT

Lemos, M.C., and B.J. Morehouse, 2005. The co-production of science and policy in integrated climate assessments. Global Environmental Change, 15: 57–68. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2004.09.004 ABSTRACT

Lemos, M.C., C.J. Kirchhoff, and V. Ramprasad, 2012. Narrowing the climate information usability gap. Nature Climate Change, 2: 789-794. Doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE1614  ABSTRACT

Lemos, M.C., C.J. Kirchhoff, S.E. Kalafatis, D. Scavia, and R.B. Rood, 2014. Moving climate information off the shelf: Boundary chains and the role of RISAs as adaptive organizations. Weather, Climate and Society, 6(2): 273-285. ABSTRACT

Lempert, R., N. Nakicenovic, D. Sarewitz, and M. Schlesinger, 2004. Characterizing climate-change uncertainties for decision-makers. An editorial essay. Climatic Change, 65(1-2): 1–9.  ABSTRACT

Lövbrand, E., 2011. Co-producing European climate science and policy: a cautionary note on the making of useful knowledge. Science and Public Policy, 38(2), 225-236. doi:10.3152/030234211X129240936605 ABSTRACT

Mauser, W., G. Klepper, M. Rice, B.S. Schmalzbauer, H. Hackmann, R. Leemans, and H. Moore, 2013. Transdisciplinary global change research: the co-creation of knowledge for sustainability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5 (3-4): 420-31. ABSTRACT

McNie, E.C., 2007. Reconciling the supply of scientific information with user demands: an analysis of the problem and review of the literature. Environmental Science & Policy, 10: 17–38. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2006.10.004 ABSTRACT

McNie, E.C., 2008. Co-producing useful climate science for policy: Lessons from the RISA Program. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Colorado at Boulder.  ABSTRACT

McNie, E.C., 2013. Delivering climate services: Organizational strategies and approaches for producing useful climate-science information. Weather, Climate, and Society, 5(1): 14–26. doi:10.1175/WCAS-D-11-00034.1 ABSTRACT

Meadow, A., D. Ferguson, Z. Guido, A. Horangic, G. Owen, and T. Wall, 2015. Moving toward the deliberate co-production of climate science knowledge.  Weather, Climate, and Society 7(2):179–191.  doi: ABSTRACT

Meyer, M., 2010. The rise of the knowledge broker. Science Communication, 32: 118–127. doi:10.1177/1075547009359797 ABSTRACT

Michaels, S., 2009. Matching knowledge brokering strategies to environmental policy problems and settings. Environmental Science Policy, 12: 994–1011. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2009.05.002 ABSTRACT

Moser, S., 2009. Making a difference on the ground: the challenge of demonstrating the effectiveness of decision support. Climatic Change, 95: 11–21. doi:10.1007/s10584-008-9539-1 ABSTRACT

National Research Council, 2006. Linking knowledge with action for sustainable development: the role of program management – summary of a workshop. National Academies Press. 134 pgs. DOI: 10.1146/ ABSTRACT

National Research Council, 2009. Informing Decisions in a Changing Climate. National Academies Press, 200 pp. ABSTRACT

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 2007. The Honest Broker: Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics. Cambridge University Press. ABSTRACT

Reed, M. S., L. C. Stringer, I. Fazey, A. C. Evely, and J. H. J. Kruijsen, 2014. Five principles for the practice of knowledge exchange in environmental management. J. Environ. Management, 146: 337–345. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.07.021 ABSTRACT

Reid, W.V., 2004. Bridging the Science-Policy Divide. PLoS Biol 2(2): e27. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0020027 ABSTRACT

Sarewitz, D., and R.A. Pielke, 2007. The neglected heart of science policy: reconciling supply of and demand for science. Environmental Science and Policy, 10: 5-16. Doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2006.10.001.   ABSTRACT

Shanley, P., and C. López, 2009. Out of the loop: Why research rarely reaches policy makers and the public and what can be done. Biotropica, 41: 535–544. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7429.2009.00561.x ABSTRACT

Smit, B., I. Burton, R. Kein, and R. Street, 1999. The science of adaptation: a framework for assessments. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 4: 199-213. ABSTRACT

Stehr, N. and H. von Storch, 1999. An inconvenient democracy: knowledge and climate change. Social Sci. Publ. Pol. DOI 10-1007/s12115-012-9610-4. ABSTRACT

Stokes, D.E., 1997. Pasteur’s Quadrant: Basic Science and Technological Innovation. Brookings Institution. 196 pp. ABSTRACT

Tompkins, E. L. and W. N. Adger. 2004. Does adaptive management of natural resources enhance resilience to climate change? Ecology and Society 9(2): 10. ABSTRACT

Van Enst, W.I., Driessen, P.P.J., Runhaar, H.A.C., 2014. Towards productive science-policy interfaces: A research agenda. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 16: 1450007. doi:10.1142/S1464333214500070 ABSTRACT