Peatland restoration efforts should accommodate the development of business models with specific jurisdictions of intervention to clarify target participants, expected investments and beneficiaries/users of environmental services.
Augmented participatory action research (PAR) emphasizes the importance of digital technologies and local facilitation for cost-efficient restoration and impact monitoring.
Actions on fire prevention and peatland restoration are connected to and strengthened by jurisdictional sustainability leadership and policies.
The essence of action research is positioning researchers inside the system and theorizing findings using a constructivist perspective.
Fire prevention and peatland restoration should focus on capacity, adaptation and resilience building for local actors on the ground.