When mapping strategies, consider incorporating local knowledge.

When map­ping strate­gies, con­sid­er incor­po­rat­ing local knowl­edge, such as indige­nous and tra­di­tion­al com­mu­ni­ties’ knowl­edge, key stake­hold­ers such as low-income com­mu­ni­ties in cities, farmer net­works in rur­al areas, fish­er coop­er­a­tives or com­mu­ni­ties and oth­ers that have advanced knowl­edge about the land­scape or seascape and their spa­tial inter­pre­ta­tion of the land­scape (e.g. SIGAP in Indone­sia) as deemed per­mis­si­ble and appro­pri­ate by these com­mu­ni­ties or groups. Use tools and tech­niques that are par­tic­i­pa­to­ry and eas­i­ly under­stood, such as 3D par­tic­i­pa­to­ry map­ping.