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Mapping Environmental SustainabilityReflecting on Systemic Practices for Participatory Research$
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Sue Oreszczyn and Andy Lane

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781447331575

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447331575.001.0001

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Mapping muck: stakeholders’ views on organic waste

Mapping muck: stakeholders’ views on organic waste

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(p.129) Six Mapping muck: stakeholders’ views on organic waste
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Mapping Environmental Sustainability
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Andy Lane

Rachel Slater

Sue Oreszczyn

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447331575.003.0006

In this chapter, the authors explore stakeholders' understanding of what to do with organic waste within the UK. They discuss two projects that were both commissioned and funded under the same government research program specifically to support policymaking. Although looking at the same broad environmental sustainability issue of how to treat organic waste as a resource to be exploited rather than a waste product to be disposed of, the two projects use mapping and involve participants in different ways. Both projects also highlight how the use of quantitative survey data is informed by, and in turn informs, the use of diagrams within the overall methodology. The authors also look at these projects through the different ways diagrams can be used that were discussed in Chapter Two.

Keywords:   stakeholders, organic waste, environmental sustainability, mapping, quantitative survey data, diagrams

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