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Engagement

The pivotal role of community engagement is clear in all work packages of UK-SCAPE and is summarised in the three pillars of co-design, co-delivery and co-development. These pillars encompass UKCEH’s desire to understand the needs of those using the data, data products and knowledge delivered by UK-SCAPE while enhancing collaboration in the community. The target community for UK-SCAPE is actors across the full continuum of policy-science-practice-society.

UK-SCAPE sphere of influence infographic
Spheres of control, influence and interest of national and international stakeholders across the policy-science-practise-society continuum relevant to UK-SCAPE

Co-Design

Ensuring UK-SCAPE outcomes are fit for purpose to support the science base for:

  • The research community
  • Research funders
  • Policy makers
  • Governments
  • International initiatives.

Co-Delivery

Working with partners to deliver more than we could alone:

Co-Development

Maximising opportunities to build on UK-SCAPE science:

Community engagement activities

Many UK-SCAPE activities are long-term and have a proud history of community engagement beginning prior to the UK-SCAPE programme. In these pages we report those activities specifically funded by UK-SCAPE.

Project lead - Jan Dick