Partners & Knowledge Transfer

Co-production & Actionable Science Panel

The EFI Partners & Knowledge Transfer Working Group hosted a virtual panel on May 4, 2021 to discuss best practices and lessons learned for the co-production of scientific materials with stakeholders and decision makers. You can find a recording from that panel and the resources shared by the panelists HERE.

Overview of the Partners & Knowledge Transfer Group

The production and use of ecological forecasts often relies on partnerships between many organizations. The Partners working group is focused on fostering collaborations and forecast co-production among academics, government agencies, industry, NGOs, and citizen scientists. We are also interested in promoting the dissemination of ecological forecasts to help society better understand, manage, and conserve ecosystems.

The Terms of Reference provide an overview of the priorities of the Partners & Knowledge Transfer Working Group.

Partners & Knowledge Transfer Working Group Schedule of Calls:
The Partners Working Group is hosting the January 19 Science Communication Seminar. Other meeting times in February to May are still To Be Determined. We are always open to people joining the calls, contact us at eco4cast.initiative@gmail.com

Partners & Knowledge Transfer Blog Posts and Resources

Kira Sullivan-Wiley’s overview of the Partners and Knowledge Transfer Group’s activities for the EFISA Early Career Meeting held June 14-15, 2021.

Notes from Working Group Calls
Co-Chairs: Kira Sullivan-Wiley (University of Notre Dame) and Christopher Brown (NOAA)

  1. November 15, 2021
  2. October 25, 2021
  3. September 20, 2021
  4. August 26, 2021
  5. July 22, 2021
  6. June 17, 2021
  7. May 20, 2021
  8. April 22, 2021
  9. March 25, 2021
  10. February 25, 2021
  11. February 4, 2021 – joint Social Sciences and Partner Working Groups call
    1. The groups used the 2015 Report to the Secretary of the Interior, Advisory Committee on Climate Change and Natural Resource Science as a jumping-off point to discuss actionable science and co-production
  12. December 17, 2020
  13. November 19, 2020
  14. September 24, 2020
  15. August 20, 2020
  16. July 23, 2020
  17. June 25, 2020
  18. May 28, 2020
  19. April 30, 2020
  20. March 12, 2020
  21. February 13, 2020
  22. December 17, 2019
  23. November 19, 2019
  24. October 22, 2019
  25. September 24, 2019
  26. August 27, 2019
  27. July 16, 2019