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Needs, restrictions and priorities for the development and installation of a multifunctional C-ITS solution on existing road pavement

Maria Gkemou, Aristotelis Spiliotis, Evangelos Bekiaris
2019 Zenodo  
The enhanced broad functionality of the system on multiple levels imposes emerging needs and demands that will constitute the groundwork of the Use Cases for the implementation of the project, which are  ...  More particularly, the needs, views and priorities of all the relevant stakeholders have been captured through the outputs of 431 respondents participated from 10 countries in on-line and in-depth surveys  ...  Acknowledgements This manuscript is realised in the context of SAFE STRIP project (www.safestrip.eu) that is co-funded by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 (H2020) Research and Innovation Program  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2539420 fatcat:5woclxhnobhpli26g46qpu5j6i

Introducing and evaluating a knowledge transfer approach to support problem solving in and around protected areas

Brady J. Mattsson, Marie Fischborn, Mark Brunson, Harald Vacik
2018 Ambio  
We present "solutioning" as a structured process of peer-learning, which can inform management strategies in and around protected areas.  ...  There are many examples of successful PA management around the globe, although a systematic and comprehensive approach to developing and sharing these solutions has been lacking.  ...  This work was conducted as part of the research project ForAdapt, which was funded by the European Commission through the Marie Curie Incoming Fellowship program (Project FP7 Call for proposals FP7-PEOPLE  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13280-018-1048-5 pmid:29603101 fatcat:i6gyutmy4rafjfg3jbsklunpce

Collaborative case-based learning process in research ethics

Anu Tammeleht, María Jesús Rodríguez-Triana, Kairi Koort, Erika Löfström
2019 International Journal for Educational Integrity  
The data consisted of recorded group work on ethics cases, student group reports, and post-training questionnaires. Later, the analyses considered groups as the unit of analysis.  ...  The results help teachers of research ethics and integrity to make pedagogically justified choices in their teaching.  ...  Löfström is involved in two H2020-funded projects on ethics and integrity, namely ENERI European Network of Research Ethics and Research Integrity (2016-2019), and VIRT 2 UE Virtue based Ethics and Integrity  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40979-019-0043-3 fatcat:7qzmn2c7vfamhi2xrg6scqt724

Improving participatory resilience assessment by cross-fertilizing the Resilience Alliance and Transition Movement approaches

My M. Sellberg, Sara T. Borgström, Albert V. Norström, Garry D. Peterson
2017 Ecology and Society  
We compared these approaches through a text analysis of their key handbooks and combined them in a series of participatory workshops with a local partner active in the Transition Movement.  ...  Strengths of the Transition Movement include its motivating overarching narrative of the need to transform in response to global sustainability challenges, as well as practical tools promoting learning  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank all the participants at the workshops in the LEADER region for their openness and engagement.  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-09051-220128 fatcat:7bktomkqlbavphmsauy4rgg6ga

How do Italian vocational teachers educate for a sense of initiative and entrepreneurship? Development and initial application of the SIE questionnaire

Daniele Morselli
2018 Education + Training  
Originality/value -Development of the SIE and the five characteristics of entrepreneurial teaching is a first step towards understanding how secondary vocational teachers and workshop assistants understand  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to examine how educators can teach the key competence of a sense of initiative and entrepreneurship (SIE) as a cross-curricular subject in compulsory education.  ...  The implementation of entrepreneurial education in schools also depends on the institutional context and the management of the school in question (Peltonen, 2015; Penaluna and Penaluna, 2015; Ruskovaara  ... 
doi:10.1108/et-03-2017-0046 fatcat:6xcu424bkbcqxmvhljm7rc6u3a

Rethinking impact: understanding the complexity of poverty and change – overview

Nina Lilja, Patti Kristjanson, Jamie Watts
2010 Development in Practice  
The international workshop 'Rethinking Impact: Understanding the Complexity of Poverty and Change' (Cali, Colombia, 26-28 March 2008) explored the challenges inherent in evaluating agricultural research-for-development  ...  The legitimacy of such boundary-spanning work needs to be recognised and rewarded, and sufficient resources dedicated to it.  ...  Acknowledgements We are sincerely grateful to the team who helped us in writing the Challenge Paper and working through the CDS process: Stephen Biggs, Nancy Dickson, Keith Jones, and Doug Horton.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09614524.2010.513721 fatcat:3mlckrtugvd5jn7epf6bcnvuuu

Resilience assessment: a useful approach to navigate urban sustainability challenges

My M. Sellberg, Cathy Wilkinson, Garry D. Peterson
2015 Ecology and Society  
existing planning in the local government of Eskilstuna, Sweden.  ...  This is the first in-depth study of a resilience assessment process, and it demonstrates that the Resilience Assessment Workbook is useful for planning and that it merits further research and development  ...  Eskilstuna is typical of most European municipalities in that it has trained staff that is engaged in a variety of state mandated planning and management activities.  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-07258-200143 fatcat:cwvs7btzzjhfhonhtbco42excm

Navigating spaces between conservation research and practice: Are we making progress?

Rebecca M. Jarvis, Stephanie B. Borrelle, Natalie J. Forsdick, Katharina‐Victoria Pérez‐Hämmerle, Natalie S. Dubois, Sean R. Griffin, Angela Recalde‐Salas, Falko Buschke, David Christian Rose, Carla L. Archibald, John A. Gallo, Louise Mair (+3 others)
2020 Ecological Solutions and Evidence  
This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.  ...  There is, therefore, an urgent need to identify how we can more effectively navigate the spaces between research and practice.  ...  AUTHORS' CONTRIBUTIONS RMJ and SBB conceived of the ideas and designed the workshop.  ... 
doi:10.1002/2688-8319.12028 fatcat:fzmq342xmfdrhdnjkl7w7vtonu

Holistic competence orientation in sustainability-related study programmes: lessons from implementing transdisciplinary student team research in Colombia, China, Mexico and Nicaragua

Álvaro Acevedo-Osorio, Susanne Hofmann-Souki, Juana Cruz Morales
2019 Sustainability Science  
In the Latin American-European network "Rural Society, Economy and Natural Resources-Integrating Competence in Rural Development" (SERIDAR), scientists and practitioners in rural areas have jointly elaborated  ...  This article contributes with a tested transdisciplinary learning format to the discussion about strategies to increase regional relevance and competence orientation of higher education in the fields of  ...  ; finally, to the SERIDAR project team in Latin America and Europe for facilitating the pilot project process and systematisation of the methodology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-019-00687-8 fatcat:cskxve7u6nbwbaeng7dofesybi

Recent Advances towards the Industrial Application of Model-Driven Engineering for Assurance of Safety-Critical Systems

Jose Luis de la Vara, Alejandra Ruiz, Huáscar Espinoza
2018 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development  
The planning, execution, and management of assurance processes can be a complex activity in practice because of issues in the application of the standards, the large amount of information to handle, and  ...  As a solution, many authors have argued that the use of Model-Driven Engineering principles and techniques can facilitate and improve assurance of safety-critical systems.  ...  We also thank all the people that have contributed to the results presented in the paper and with whom we have collaborated to develop them.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006733906320641 dblp:conf/modelsward/Vara0E18 fatcat:4cafnwsfardv7kulj7jcju42cq

Resilience assessment [chapter]

Allyson Quinlan, My Sellberg, Arthur Perrotton
2021 The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems  
Many of the challenges encountered with this case study are common to participatory processes in rural areas, including language barriers and the low literacy rates of workshop participants.  ...  The quality of and access to these data will determine the depth and quality of the assessment.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003021339-17 fatcat:agx6ik54hffhxi3lc3gparfu3a

Challenges to Build up a Collaborative Landscape Management (CLM)—Lessons from a Stakeholder Analysis in Germany

Jana Zscheischler, Maria Busse, Nico Heitepriem
2019 Environmental Management  
To address these challenges, we discuss the potential of transdisciplinary processes (TD) to assist local communities in establishing such a collaborative problem-solving and management approach.  ...  As a result, the question of how to maintain and manage cultural landscapes where economic benefits are not assured has become a priority in science and in practice.  ...  , and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00267-019-01205-3 fatcat:tq4wpwpserdvlgdzsqodlkz4la

D 1.1 Stocktaking Report

Raul Tabarés Gutiérrez, Ezekiela Arrizabalaga, Mika Nieminen, Nina Rilla, Santtu Lehtinen, Jatta Tomminen
2020 Zenodo  
practices in the implementation of RRI, as well as carefully reflect on differences in terms of organisations, cultural factors, context requirements, drivers, barriers and challenges of RRI in the organisational  ...  The analysis consisted of a systematic literature review of 29 papers, a stocktaking of 23 EU funded projects and the conclusions of 3 virtual workshops with EU RRI project representatives and experts.  ...  The agenda for these events comprised an introduction of the Co-Change project for the participants and the objectives of the workshop.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5113478 fatcat:pohyaky7sfcq7gqkgfbgak43ta

Multi-step cognitive mapping of perceived nexus relationships in the Seewinkel region in Austria

Bernadette Kropf, Erwin Schmid, Hermine Mitter
2021 Environmental Science and Policy  
In a multi-step cognitive mapping approach, consisting of a workshop and semi-structured interviews, we developed an aggregated cognitive map with perceptions of stakeholders from agriculture, water management  ...  They propose a combination of market-based, legal and technical measures supported by cross-sectoral institutions in responding to regional nexus challenges.  ...  Acknowledgements The project CLISWELN was part of ERA4CS, an ERA-NET initiated by JPI Climate, and was funded by BMBF (DE), UEFISCDI (RO), BMBWF and FFG (AT), and MINECO (ES) with co-funding by the European  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2021.08.004 fatcat:yctec3wdzjavbcylya2yjhl57e

Deliverable 3.3 Report on HIKR strategies to disseminate, communicate to the end-user and exploit on innovative knowledge and data

Lisa Williams Van Dijk, Jessica Stokes
2022 Zenodo  
Report on HIKR strategies to disseminate, communicate to the end-user and exploit on innovative knowledge and data  ...  and diverse in terms of content and knowledge management processes and the challenges they address context specific.  ...  List of Figures List of Tables Table 1 Workshop participants WG3 Introduction 'The future of innovation in European agriculture and forestry is based on the improved (digital) exchange of best  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5830844 fatcat:anbzeyvtkfemlkxcw75jk4cdde
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