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Mobility at risk: Sustaining the Mongolian Steppe Ecosystem - societal transformation processes. Stakeholder analysis and identification of drivers and potential solution pathways

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Mehring, Marion/Batjav Batbuyan/Sanjaa Bolortsetseg/Bayarbaatar Buuveibaatar/Tserendeleg Dashpurev/Lukas Drees/Shiilegdamba Enkhtuvshin/Gungaa Munkhbolor/Thomas Müller/Dejid Nandintsetseg/Karsten Wesche
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2018
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ISOE-Materialien Soziale Ökologie
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52
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ISOE - Institut für sozial-ökologische Forschung
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Frankfurt am Main
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1614-8193
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MORE STEP

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"MORE STEP - Mobility at risk: Sustaining the Mongolian Steppe Ecosystem" is a collaborative and transdisciplinary research project conducted by Mongolian and German partners and funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research. The main aim is to bring together social and ecological sciences to identify societal drivers that can lead to ecological tipping points in the Mongolian Steppe ecosystem. In order to develop a stakeholder engagement strategy and identify the most pressing issues with regard to societal change and ecological sustainability in the Mongolian Steppe landscape, a stakeholder analysis including a stakeholder workshop was carried out in September 2017 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. As a result of the stakeholder analysis, a comprehensive list of stakeholders was compiled. The different stakeholder groups were classified into an interest-influence matrix, with categories showing who to inform, collaborate with, involve, and consult. The participants of the stakeholder workshop identified four main societal transformation processes affecting the Mongolian Steppe ecosystem and then defined different research needs related to these transformation processes. This documentation summarises the workshop's outcomes and serves as a basis for further stakeholder engagement in the MORE STEP project.

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Mehring, Marion/Batjav Batbuyan/Sanjaa Bolortsetseg/Bayarbaatar Buuveibaatar/Tserendeleg Dashpurev/Lukas Drees/Shiilegdamba Enkhtuvshin/Gungaa Munkhbolor/Thomas Müller/Dejid Nandintsetseg/Karsten Wesche (2018): Mobility at risk: Sustaining the Mongolian Steppe Ecosystem - societal transformation processes. Stakeholder analysis and identification of drivers and potential solution pathways. ISOE-Materialien Soziale Ökologie , 52. Frankfurt am Main : ISOE - Institut für sozial-ökologische Forschung


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