For whom is ACTION for?

Citizen science project designers and teams, who must draw on a diverse array of skills and disciplinary backgrounds to carry out a wide range of activities with limited time and funding opportunities

Existing and potential citizen scientists, who are looking to get more widely involved in citizen science and action, while also exploring and developing their own research and social agendas

Researchers and third-sector organisations, who aim to tackle large-scale scientific or societal problems for which existing approaches, methods and technologies are not fit for purpose

Policy makers and funding bodies that want to support research and social innovation to solve pressing economic, societal and environmental challenges, while facing resource shortages

Businesses that are showing a growing interest in setting up their social responsibility and environmental agendas, develop products and services with societal and environmental positive impacts, and experiment with crowd science to innovate

The public seeking new forms of participatory innovation and decision making, who will ultimately benefit from the impact citizen science and ACTION can achieve

Citizen science project designers and teams, who must draw on a diverse array of skills and disciplinary backgrounds to carry out a wide range of activities with limited time and funding opportunities

Existing and potential citizen scientists, who are looking to get more widely involved in citizen science and action, while also exploring and developing their own research and social agendas

Researchers and third-sector organisations, who aim to tackle large-scale scientific or societal problems for which existing approaches, methods and technologies are not fit for purpose

Policy makers and funding bodies that want to support research and social innovation to solve pressing economic, societal and environmental challenges, while facing resource shortages

Businesses that are showing a growing interest in setting up their social responsibility and environmental agendas, develop products and services with societal and environmental positive impacts, and experiment with crowd science to innovate

The public seeking new forms of participatory innovation and decision making, who will ultimately benefit from the impact citizen science and ACTION can achieve

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