Module 2 : Engaging Stakeholders
About this Module
This module aims to demonstrate the importance of stakeholder engagement particularly from the outset of a TEEB study and then ensure continuity throughout the whole implementation process
This training resource material has been developed by the UNEP TEEB office in collaboration with its various partners. The contents build on the 2012 TEEB reports and draw from the wealth of training materials developed under previous TEEB Phases, as well as under other relevant projects and initiatives e.g. GIZ training guide on how to integrate ecosystems services into development planning, SCDB online modular training course focusing on valuation and WBCSDs Business and Ecosystem Training.
Using this resource
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|Module contents||Title||Short description|
|Introduction||Introduction||Presents the module, sessions and objectives.|
|Session 1||Stakeholder engagement||This session introduces the concepts and key principles behind stakeholder engagement and reasons to engage. It also emphasizes its importance during the implementation of a TEEB study.|
|Session 2||Stakeholder analysis and mapping||This session discusses in detail who the potential stakeholder audience might be and what their individual interests are when conducting a TEEB study. The session also suggests ways that stakeholder interests could be prioritized within a TEEB study to encourage fair decision making.|
|Session 3||Mechanisms of engagement and cooperation||This session introduces the various mechanisms for engagement and cooperation once the stakeholders have been identified as well as strategies for how to get them, and keep them, on board.|
|Bibliography||Bibliography||Lists the key resources for the module.|
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