mountain.TRIP mountain sustainability: Transforming Research Into PracticePRACTITIONERS’ CONSULTATION WORKSHOP, 9 NOVEMBER...
Content needed‐ Future of alpine lifestock, adapted species‐ prospective scenarios (comparable data)‐ Raw and metadata – n...
Funding / institutional framework‐ Practitioners input as a basic condition for  funding‐ Balance distribution of funds ac...
Needs‐ Moutain TRIP: Take researchers to topic‐ Decrease „language barriers“ (language and    content)‐ Where to find resu...
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Table5 bridging the_gab_between_research_and_practice

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Results of our study on how to close the gap between research and practise.

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Table5 bridging the_gab_between_research_and_practice

  1. 1. mountain.TRIP mountain sustainability: Transforming Research Into PracticePRACTITIONERS’ CONSULTATION WORKSHOP, 9 NOVEMBER 2010Summary of the working group sessions on: Bridging the gap – a practitioner’s wish list 2009‐2011 | FP7 | Coordination and Support Action Knowledge Transfer and uptake of EU research results
  2. 2. Content needed‐ Future of alpine lifestock, adapted species‐ prospective scenarios (comparable data)‐ Raw and metadata – not accessible at necessary level‐ Add contact to provide more detail‐ Research results should be more targeted at  specific mountain regions
  3. 3. Funding / institutional framework‐ Practitioners input as a basic condition for funding‐ Balance distribution of funds across mountain ranges‐ Sustainable „length“ of research projects‐ Governance of EU research projects is too rigid‐ Burden of excessive review of research
  4. 4. Needs‐ Moutain TRIP: Take researchers to topic‐ Decrease „language barriers“ (language and  content)‐ Where to find results?   thematically grouped  Increase subtopics‐ Increase cooperation and transfer of information through clustering of actors and between communities

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