One  of  the  key  exploitable  results  of  the  project  is  the  development  and  validation  of  a  coded  participatory  stakeholder  developed  matrix  of  the  production  methods`  challenges  and  opportunities,  and  synergies  between  these.  This  matrix  is  also  the  groundwork  needed  for  the  development  of  future  scenarios  and  a  first-generation  decision  dashboard.  When  combined  with  an  interdisciplinary  approach  of  co-production  of  knowledge and validation of results by the users of the final products, the impact of the COMPAREIT project will be: 

  1. A science-policy-industry interface system that makes it easier to facilitate future integrative research in governance systems and pushes the field of power relations in political science.
  2. The advancement of legitimacy in the qualitative contribution of stakeholder co-production of knowledge through the  projects  generic  and  freeware  tools  and  open  access  datasets  developed  for  assessing  stakeholder driven future scenarios using Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping and "R" are published open access. These tools will allow for more ease and legitimacy in integrating qualitative data into quantitative models.
  3. More stakeholder and societal legitimacy around environmental regulations that will ease conflicts between users when  the  methods  for  increasing  confidence  in  stakeholder  perceptions  of  the  correctness  of  reported data are tested and validated in the COMPAREIT project.
  4. Socio-political and economic perspectives will be reinforced, and a more thorough understanding of the concept of price premiums and certification schemes will be available for industry to make more informed decisions.
  5. Synergies between different value chains of conventional and new production systems will be possible to achieve when the project and stakeholders co-produce value- and decision chain models with linkages and interdependencies between industry actors and stakeholders identified.