Géraud

Géraud de Ville

The Open University, Department of Engineering and Innovation
Brussels, Belgium

Structure and Activities of the COBRA Project

Briefing

April 3, 2012

The COBRA project is made up of a collection of highly specialised research, communications and management tasks. In order to create a structure through which these tasks can best be accomplished they have been divided into a number of workpackages (WP).

Workpackages 2-5 are the main research elements of the project while WP1 covers project management and WP6 covers project communications.

The six workpackages are as follows:

  • WP1: Project Management and Coordination tasks
  • WP2: Understanding the current situation in the Guiana Shield region
  • WP3: Identifying future scenarios of social-ecological resilience for indigenous communities
  • WP4: Determining best practice approaches fo the delivery of social- ecological resilience
  • WP5: Building capacity and applying best practice with other communities and CSOs in the Guiana Shield
  • WP6: Sharing and disseminating project findings

Today, we are pleased to share with you this third COBRA briefing! The ‘Briefings’ Series are short, reader-friendly documents around topics to do with concepts and techniques we are using within the COBRA Project.

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