Demands on monitoring

Anna Allard, Santiago Guerrero, Andreas Aagaard Christensen, Armin Benzler, Magnus Appelberg, Göran Ståhl, Mats Sandewall

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Abstract

This chapter provides a short overview of the types of processes for reporting as well as legislation that governs why and how monitoring is undertaken and some of the ways in which stakeholders are involved at different levels. Because monitoring for the policy side is, by default, mandated monitoring, this type becomes the focus of this chapter, while noting that many policies and legislation may have been prompted by the results of question-driven monitoring, pointing out areas of concern. In fact, the iterative process of monitoring, analysis, and reporting to a government that, in turn, changes the policies to better fit concerns or issues needing addressing can be seen as a co-development. Whereas the previous chapter illustrated what monitoring is, this chapter illustrates some of the demands on monitoring in legislation and policy, where they outline what monitoring is asked to contribute. The chapter reviews legislation on the global scene, on the community level of the European Union, and at national levels in the areas of water bodies and semi-aquatic, agricultural, urban, and forested semi-natural or natural landscapes.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelMonitoring biodiversity : Combining environmental and social data
RedaktørerAnna Allard, E. Carina H. Keskitalo, Alan Brown
Antal sider25
ForlagRoutledge
Publikationsdato2023
Sider34-58
Kapitel3
ISBN (Trykt)9781032015934, 9781032015941
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781003179245
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2023

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