MEEM - Monitoring and Evaluation for Ecosystem Management

EU egyéb (MEEM, 2017 - 2018, Befejezett projekt)
A projekt fő vezetője: 
Kerry WYLEN
A projektet vezető intézmény: 
The James Hutton Institute, Scotland
Rövid leírás: 

Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) is an essential part of the process of adaptive management, the process of learning from our actions in order to update and improve future ecosystem management. Across Europe we have a number of policies that are major influences on how we manage and monitor our ecosystems: therefore it is important to examine if and how these policies are shaping monitoring and evaluation.

Social scientists at the James Hutton Institute are coordinating this interdisciplinary initiative. We are focusing on 3 policies relevant and comparable across Europe: the Natura 2000 Directives; the Water Framework Directive; and Agri-Environment Schemes under the Common Agricultural Policy. We aim to (i) synthesise the current state of policy-driven monitoring & evaluation across Europe, (ii) compare these practices to the current recommendations in the literature, and (iii) identify accessible recommendations for improving monitoring and evaluation in order to better support adaptive ecosystem management.

Kapcsolódó publikációk: 

2019

Waylen, K, K Blackstock, F van Hulst, C Damian, F Horváth, R Johnson, R Kanka, M Külvik, C Macleod, K Meissner, M Oprina-Pavelescu, J Pino, E Primmer, G Rîșnoveanu, B Šatalová, Ji Silander, J Špulerová, M Suškevičs & J Van Uytvanck (2019): Policy-driven monitoring and evaluation: Does it support adaptive management of socio-ecological systems? STOTEN 662: 373-384.
Waylen, K, K Blackstock, F van Hulst, C Damian, F Horváth, R Johnson, R Kanka, M Külvik, C Macleod, K Meissner, M Oprina-Pavelescu, J Pino, E Primmer, G Rîșnoveanu, B Šatalová, Ji Silander, J Špulerová, M Suškevičs & J Van Uytvanck (2019): Data summarizing monitoring and evaluation for three European environmental policies in 9 cases across Europe Data in brief 23: 103785