Community member post by the Translational Ecology Group
This is the second blog post considering competencies that underpin a new discipline of translational ecology, and which make ecologists more effective in informing and supporting policy and practice change (see the right sidebar for links to all four related blog posts on translational ecology). In each blog post we examine three major areas:
- Socio-ecological systems
- Communication across boundaries, with beneficiaries, stakeholders and other scientists
- Engagement with beneficiaries, stakeholders and other scientists.
Here we engage with these three areas to examine the skills required for translational ecologists.
Skills needed to deal with socio-ecological systems
Translational ecologists need to be able to: Continue reading