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Workshop on Challenges, Opportunities, Needs and Successes for including human dimensions in IEAs

 

 

WKCONSERVEWKCONSERVETrueMette Skern-Mauritzen, Alan Haynie, Jörn Schmidt, Eva-Lotta SundbladIEASGmette.mauritzen@hi.no, alan.haynie@noaa.gov, jschmidt@economics.uni-kiel.de, eva-lotta.sundblad@havsmiljoinstitutet.seWorkshop on Challenges, Opportunities, Needs and Successes for including human dimensions in IEAs

8-10 October 2019
ICES HQ, Copenhagen, Denmark



ICES Integrated Ecosystem Assessment (IEA) groups have very different levels of economic and social science involvement. This workshop provides an opportunity for the ICES IEA community to meet and to review and discuss options for expanding the human dimension inputs into IEAs.  ​

The workshop has three primary goals:

  • ​Summarize social and economic data, indicators and relevant research done across ICES and other IEA regions
  • Identify goals for including social and economic data and analyses in IEAs
  • Develop a roadmap for including social and economic data and analyses in each IEA
​The workshop will provide a roadmap for each IEA group that identifies challenges and opportunities for greater integration and specific steps for action and a synthesis paper.​
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