PECS # 3: Knowledge co-production with Ro Hill and Maria Tengö

Dr Ro Hill leads participatory research into collaborative ecosystem governance and multiple knowledge systems for sustainability, including biodiversity futures, climate change and how indigenous knowledge can inform resilience. She is a senior principal research scientist with Australia’s national science agency CSIRO, and coordinating lead  author of the IPBES Pollination assessment and a member of the IPBES Task Force on Indigenous and Local Knowledge from 2014-2018.

Dr Maria Tengö is a researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC), Stockholm University and senior advisor at SwedBio. She leads the Research Stream on Biosphere Stewardship at the SRC, including investigations of resilience in social-ecological systems, indigenous, local and collaborative governance, and theory/practice for collaborations and partnerships between indigenous, local and scientific knowledge systems.

This is the third webinar on methodological approaches to studying collaborative governance and management of social-ecological systems as part of the Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS) working group on collaborative governance.