GNOMO Post-it exercise: Stakeholders
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Academic
Education
NGOAgency
Government
Business
FundersMediaNature
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Indigenous local communities11
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GK-12 students11
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Voters1
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Patrons11111
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Future scientists11
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Land-use decision makers11
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Policy/decision makers11
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Private sector11
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National hydro- meteo- organizations1
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Science11
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Universities1
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Universities/research organizations11
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Governmental organizations1
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Water management11
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Agriculture downstream1
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Tourism11
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Local communities11111111
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Local communities11111111
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Regional and global trends serve conservation and science communities that in turn serve managers and policy makers
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Site operators111
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Science-policy interfaces such as IPBES111
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Students K-12, college111
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Local/state government11
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Business owners1
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Other scientific orgs working in region111
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Institutions11111
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Scientists111
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Local public1
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Arts and humanities111111
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Philosophy (aesthetics)11111
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Museums, botanical gardens1111
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Political decision makers1
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European commission11
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UNEP11
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Communities11
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Business and innovation network11
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Policy agents11
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Researchers1
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Governments (local and central)1
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Local communities1111111
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Artists, writers111111
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Students 11
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General public (local/global)11
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Scientists1
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Funding orgs11
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Universities1
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Land managers1
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Environmental authorities111
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Ranchers11
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Farmers11
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Land owners11
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Governments 11
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Universities1
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Donor agencies111
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Non-profits1
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C.S.R, (corporates)1
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Communities effected1111111
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Resource managers11
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Researchers111
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Decision makers11
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Career/job network for grad students, early career, etc.11111
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Policy and decision makers (who often may influence our funders)11
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The science communities, of course, but equally immportant ecology students (tomorrow's) science community.1
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Media that can translate science to to public1
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Academia1
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Local communities, community leaders11111111
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Government organizations (critical in developing countries)11
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The natural world itself (can you imagine?)1
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Environmental managers1111
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Politics (local scale)1
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Associations111
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Education1
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Local mountain communities111111111
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Research institutions1
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CSOs11
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Donors/development partners11111
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Totals...242815253927214312
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"Those we serve; those who serve us."
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