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HIGH LEVEL STAKEHOLDER GROUP: WORK-STREAM FOUR HAYLEY SHAW KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE MANAGER CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS AND FUTURES.

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1 HIGH LEVEL STAKEHOLDER GROUP: WORK-STREAM FOUR HAYLEY SHAW KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE MANAGER CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS AND FUTURES

2 Ensures the usability and uptake of futures research within the Partnership and broader research, government, and industry and public stakeholders. Underpinning all projects and research activities, knowledge exchange includes the design of ad-hoc projects, stakeholder engagement, workshop facilitation, report design and communication. Delivers a programme of capacity building for the partnership. The work-stream is dedicated to providing support to researchers to facilitate research impact and value and to promote enhanced use of futures methods and outputs across the Partnership. Design outputs that are accessible to a wide audience. AIMS: WORK-STREAM FOUR

3 KEY REQUESTS FROM THE PARTNERSHIP FOCUS ON ADDING MORE VALUE VIA THE WEBSITE MAKE THE RESEARCH METHODS CLEARER MAKE IT ‘EASIER’ TO WORK WITH CERF CREATE A COMMUN- ICATIONS STRATEGY DELIVER MORE CAPACITY BUILDING KEEP US UP TO DATE GIVE US BETTER ACCESS TO REPORTS

4 OUTPUTS: WEBSITE

5 Access to outputs: searchable horizon scanning database library of published outputs futures toolkit Keeping people informed: list of projects (with RAG status) information on aims, methods, and outputs for each project (specification of requirements) calendar ad-hoc day log timesheets Contact details for all partnership members Working with CERF: link between workstreams “how to commission work” “our participatory process” links to pearltrees links to useful resources OUTPUTS: WEBSITE KEEP US UP TO DATE MAKE IT EASIER TO WORK WITH CERF GIVE US BETTER ACCESS TO OUTPUTS

6 OUTPUTS: WEBSITE

7 Making our methods clearer: method statements better introductions to all reports utilising published methods Communications strategy Deliver more capacity building: futures toolkit online full training courses (e.g. CAMERAS) short capacity-building sessions (e.g. Defra) method statements workshops OUTPUTS: WEBSITE MAKE THE METHODS CLEARER DELIVER MORE CAPACITY BUILDING COMMUNI CATIONS STRATEGY

8 Plausible futures for noise in the UK to Defra Framework to prioritise strategic risks - Forestry Commission Horizon scanning workshop - FSA’s SSRC Scenario stakeholder engagement - MMO Scenarios Framework to prioritise current and future pest and disease risks - Forestry Commission Futures Exchange - Natural England Futures Exchange Annual Key Factors - All River Basin Management Scenarios – EA Food and Feed System REACH ~50 ~15 ~20 ~30 ~20 ~45 ~40 We estimate that around 260 people have engaged directly with our research, and learnt something about horizon scanning and futures, in the last 12 months alone

9 Quarterly horizon scan ~500 – 650 (inc quarterly) Insights database A short note to say well done and thank you for all the hard work you have put into turning the newsletter into the excellent document that we received. I’ve had good feedback from other partners and people on our distribution list.” Rachel Muckle, Defra (Ref: Horizon Scan) “I have just come across your horizon scanning newsletter and wanted to say how good it looks and how informative and easy to use it is.” Catherine Lightfoot, Clinical Triage Lead North Yorkshire (Ref: Horizon Scanning Newsletter) REACH ~500 monthly

10 Our “As Standard” Communication Commitment Make all interim outputs available on the private section of the website (unless otherwise stated). Produce a standard final report detailing the objectives, methods, and findings of the research project. Release a “signed-off” version of the final report on CERFs Horizon Scanning website, in addition to CERFs Cranfield University Webpage. the partnership with new outputs (via the fortnightly s). Add the document to dropbox. Draft a press release that broadly describes the objectives, methods and outcomes of the research, and points to project outputs. Promote the document on online expert forums and media sites. Generate a 2 page summary document for easy-reading. Make every effort to track the impact of communications, and provide a brief report back to the lead organisation 6 months following “sign-off”. IN ADDITION:

11 Defining plausible futures for noise in the UK to 2050 (led by Defra Noise teams) Developing a framework to prioritise strategic risks in the Forestry Commission Horizon scanning workshop for the FSA’s Social Science Research Committee. Input into stakeholder engagement for the MMO Scenarios Developing a framework to prioritise current and future pest and disease risks for the Forestry Commission Materials, attendance, and presentations at the Natural England Futures Exchange Research plan for CAMERAS, plus a follow-up meeting on to define research questions, identify training needs, and discuss Scottish AKF report Development of a bespoke scan to look at 'Transport and flows of new materials in the biosphere' Bespoke regulatory scan for the Environment Agency Bespoke horizon scan for Natural England Defra strategy meetings on emerging risks Development of presentations on horizon scanning method for external presentations Response to Defra requests for a collation of horizon scanning research on waste prevention Provision of scanning charts to highlight top risks identified over the year from horizon scanning for a Defra workshop AD HOC DAYS

12 Future of noise in the UK to 2050 (Workshop design, capacity building, facilitation, analysis, write-up) Using the NEA Scenarios, we will: Develop additional ‘key factors for UK noise Understand the implications of those drivers on noise in the context of 6 scenarios Embellish the scenarios with a narrative about what the world looks and ‘sounds’ like in each scenario Opportunity to be innovative Output will be a report including artist illustrations of the UK in the six scenarios OUTPUTS: AD HOC DAYS

13 Forestry Commission – Pest and disease risk (9 days, workshop design, facilitation, analysis, write-up) Key “attributes” contributing to the level of risk: 1. Likelihood of introduction, establishment and spread 2. The cost of management 3. The presence of EU regulation 4. The impacts on ecosystem services 5. The host range 6. Trade - focusing on the export of forestry products 7. Tourism and recreation 8. Human health impacts 9. Outrage and public perception 10. Investor confidence Scale development: Testing OUTPUTS: AD HOC DAYS

14 FSA – Social Science Research Committee (~6 days facilitation and write-up) Use of ICT Could social media help us as a source of data (e.g. for identifying symptoms, and gathering information on lifestyles)? Understanding and measuring behaviour change (including habits) resulting from social media Risk-benefit communication How do people talk about food safety issues, and how people are influenced by this information (risk vs benefit info)? How do people trust accredited sources, does this inform behaviour? Dissemination and the media How knowledge develops in pockets amongst lay communities. What is the relative impact of food crises/ current events on food knowledge in comparison to continual informative campaigns/ self education? Demographic change and targeting of vulnerable groups What are the issues surrounding aging and reduced levels of individual choice? OUTPUTS: AD HOC DAYS

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