Stakeholder Participation in Environmental Policy Toolkit

Environmental policy and management only succeed if key stakeholders feel engaged and have bought into the design of the actions concerned. The Toolkit for Stakeholder Participation in Environmental Policy provides practical guidance on how to achieve this, focusing on the Large Marine Ecosystem (LME) projects, which seek to advance ecosystem-based management approach and action in five modules: productivity, fish and fisheries, pollution and ecosystem health, socioeconomics, and governance.

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GEF LME:LEARN, 2018. Stakeholder Participation in Environmental Policy Toolkit. Paris, France.

Acknowledgements

Special thanks goes to Luke M. Brander who developed the toolkit on behalf of the GEF LME:LEARN Ecosystem Based Management Working Group. Other contributors include James Oliver, Keith Lawrence, Francis Vorhies, Mish Hamid, Ivica Trumbic, Juha SiikamÓ“ki, Nathalie Olsen and Philippe Puydarrieux.

Design and layout: Kevin Turpeau


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