The study  “Deliverable 3.1 Characterising supportive governance and policy” has been published as part of the European WaterLANDS project by Plan Bleu which analyzes the importance of “governance” models in the restoration of wetlands with the aim of helping interested parties to develop collaborations to improve their restoration.

In the context of human-nature interactions, good governance should involve informed discussions among local communities, stakeholders and decision-makers to assess the future of an area from a landscape, biodiversity and carbon storage perspective.

The study saw the collaboration of Thetis and in particular of the environmental technicians Sebastiano Carrer, Chiara Castellani and Francesca Turco of the Environment and Territory Area.

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