Creating a spatial baseline understanding of knowledges and potentially diverging values of stakeholders and local residents

Publicado: 14 Abril 2021
Última edición: 14 Abril 2021

We collected baseline information through a large survey among residents in the area.


Colecta de datos de línea base y monitoreo
Participatory mapping
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution
Fase de inicio

Enabling factors

A Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) survey examined the relationship between perceived threats and preferences for landscape management, self-reported knowledge on environmental issues and landscape values. Respondents were asked to pinpoint locations in the landscape they consider valuable for instrumental, intrinsic, and relational reasons. These point locations were collected to visualize hotspots of values.

Lessons learned

  • There is a broad geographic distribution of instrumental values while there is a high degree of overlap occurring between relational and intrinsic values in towns and Natura 2000 sites
  • High levels of knowledge about landscape management issues can be linked to values assigned to the local landscape. For example, those more knowledgeable about wild boar management are more likely to attribute personal identity to the landscape.
  • Multiple values can both reinforce each other and at the same time lead to value-based conflicts that need to be managed.
  • Collaboratively unpacking the knowledges and values and their complex linkages around landscape challenges and solutions is therefore central to our inclusive conservation approach.

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