Relevant Sections and Pages: Tools, Communication, Capacity buildling, Activities (?).
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Knowledge management (KM) is here understood as a deliberate approach to manage knowledge pertaining to traditional as well as modern ways to sustainable management of natural resources. The knowledge in question is understood to be embedded in individuals as well as in social organizational collectives (including families, groups and communities) as processes or practices. This approach to KM accordingly have implications for the management of individuals and specifically for collectives that are engaged in natural resource management. Aspects of KM that are addressed include: identification, collection, analysis, packaging, representation, creation / production and distribution / dissemination. The goal is to enable adoption of insights and experiences.