The authors analyze science-based stakeholder dialogues with climate scientists, municipal officers and private individual forest owners in Sweden, and examine how local experts both share scientific knowledge and experience and integrate it into their work strategies and practices.

The results demonstrate how local experts jointly conceptualise climate adaptation, how scientific knowledge is domesticated among local experts in dialogue with scientific experts, the emergence of anchoring devices, and the boundary-spanning functions that are at work in the respective sectors.

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