Participatory 3D Modelling in Samoa: Triggering behavioural changes and climate change resilience

A study demonstrated that P3DM contributes to natural resource management and climate change resilience and showed the transformative power of the approach at various levels, such as community, NGO and governmental level. Through the P3DM process, meaningful interactions between government representatives and community members resulted in greater collaboration and mutual learning. While government representatives have changed the way they approach local communities – from ‘teaching’ to ‘listening’ – communities have also changed their attitude towards land management and development.

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    Acknowledgements
    Summary
    Introduction
    Context
    Mobilisation and community attitude change
    Model construction and perspective change
    Mutual learning and model custody
    P3DM processes under the GEF Small Grant Programme
    Relational, procedural and structural changes
    An important precedent
    References
    Table of figures
    List of acronyms

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