Mapping landscape values and self-reported knowledge about natural resource management in Sweden

Project description

WP0 aims to examine the spatial relationships between self-reported knowledge of natural resource management issues and landscape values and management preferences using participatory mapping. The results will inform how to better engage diverse stakeholders in the conservation and management of Västra Harg Nature Reserve SE, among other Natura 2000 sites in the municipal area of Mjölby.



Research themes

Integrated landscape management

Ecosystem management

Project details

  • Start date:
    January 1, 2019
  • End date:
    December 31, 2021
  • Location:
    Västra Harg Nature Reserve and Mjölby Municipality, Sweden
  • Funded by:
    ENVISION project through Biodiversa, Belmont Forum and Horizon 2020
  • Objectives:
    To develop, test and validate a more inclusive approach to protected area management that supports biodiversity conservation and human well-being.

Project contact

Christopher Raymond

Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS), University of Helsinki, Finland

Participating partners

Sara Zaman

University of Helsinki

Andra Milcu

University of Helsinki

Related publications

Participatory Mapping Institute
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