Scoping study of research-to-action priorities for the REDAA programme in Southeast Asia

Dr Sophie Rose Lewis; Dr David Gritten; Ronnakorn Triraganon
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Through a literature review, key informant interviews and field visits (to Tonle Sap Cambodia, Riau Indonesia, and Nan Thailand), and the use of a set of evaluation criteria, this study proposes 11 research-to-action priority outcomes for improving evidence, tools and governance systems. 

These will contribute to achieving a transition away from practices and processes that produce degradation towards those that deliver greater ecological productivity and social equitability. 

The study also identifies 13 potential priority landscapes for REDAA interventions using a further set of criteria. 

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