Collaboration & Partnerships

Collaboration and partnerships establish relations across sector boundaries. Amongst others their aim is to enhance the potential for learning, adaptation, and social capital. Collaboration and partnerships can be driven top-down by the public sector, or bottom-up by the private sector or the civil society.  The combination of “partners” within a partnership or network is fully variable throughout the sectors and can take different “forms” of organization.  Prominent examples for partnerships and networks for the provision of agri-environmental public goods are collective action and collaborative partnerships, communities of practice and the LEADER approach.

Marchfeld (Austria):

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Sluknov (Czech Republic):

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Aberdeenshire (United Kingdom):

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Geopark Ralsko (Czech Republic):

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Brandenburg (Germany):

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