Citizen Science Biodiversity Program - Key Benefits
1. Empowerment: the opportunity for local citizens to engage with the environment and contribute to environmental data, collection, and monitoring.
2. Equity: communities as a whole, rather than a few individuals benefits.
3. Sustainability: inter-generational equity, based on the carrying and assimilative capacity of the ecosystem
4. Systems orientation: the community functions in the context of other communities and stakeholders, just as resources are ecologically linked to wider ecosystems.
5. Gender-fair: women are involved in the control and management of community resources, and their practical and strategic needs are addressed.
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