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Stockholm Resilience Centre

Stockholm University

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Exploring the future of marine social-ecological systems

We introduce a dedicated scenario method for the
development of marine social-ecological system scenarios in a participatory context using Barents Sea as a case-study.

The objective is to allow different actors to jointly develop scenarios which contain their multiple visions of the future. Contrasted scenarios about possible futures are elaborated for four single perspectives (fisheries management, ecosystem, ocean climate, global context and governance) before being integrated into multiple-perspective
scenarios. Selected scenarios are then developed into storylines.
Focusing on individual perspectives until near the end allows actors with diverse cultures, interests and horizons to confront their own notions of the future.

Project facts

Norway

Barents Sea

2016

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Susa Niiranen

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Susa Niiranen

Exploring the future of marine social-ecological systems

Resources

Planque B, Mullon C, Arneberg P, Eide A, Fromentin J-M, Heymans JJ, Hoel AH, Niiranen S, Ottersen G, Sandø AB, Sommerkorn M, Thébaud O, Thorvik T, 2019. A participatory scenario method to explore the future of marine social-ecological systems. Fish and Fisheries 20(3); 434-451

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Juliette Planque

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