Stakeholder Surveying

Find out which materials, wastes, tools, technology and skills are available in your local community
Characteristics
Purpose
Identify community assets and potential
Difficulty
Easy
Duration
n.a.
Facilitator | Participants
n.a.
CENTRINNO key concepts
Circular Economy, Social Inclusion
Setting
Online & Offline
Contact
Metabolic
Tags
mapping the ecosystem, community, market, resources
Stakeholder Surveying is a tool to identify community assets and resources that an MFA is not able to spot: It is particularly useful to find out which materials, wastes, tools, technology and skills are available at the level of organizations, such as SMEs, businesses, industrial partners etc. Stakeholder surveying can be used to map connections between different stakeholders and devise potential future collaborations.
Stakeholder Surveying could be integrated in CENTRINNOs networking activities. It could also be combined with other platforms, such as Make Works (which operates on a community level) to gather information on a specific local community to generate inputs for the CENTRINNO Cartography and the pilot city mapping strategy. To read more about the potential roles of Stakeholder Surveying in CENTRINNO and have more detailed information on how to apply it, have a look at the Urban Ecosystem Mapping Guidebook: