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Starting Assumptions

  • A continued (enhanced?) need for professional intermediaries between science and practice, especially for public good issues at catchment/landscape scale

  • Radical technological change with profound implications for handling information and social learning

  • New roles in informing debate, illuminating trade-offs, managing change, brokering information and processes

  • No major reversal of the trend to smaller government

  • Technology transfer important, but more fragmented

  • Convergence of markets, regulatory, planning and extension systems around agreed NRM targets and outcomes

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