ARCC held its fourth multi-stakeholder engagement workshop on 20-22nd Nov 2019 in Amboseli area in south-eastern Kenya. Like other stakeholder engagement workshops ARCC has held in north-western Tanzania, the workshop in Amboseli was interested in understanding long term changes in the interactions between people and nature using perspectives from different stakeholders across the Amboseli ecosystem. The stakeholders invited to the workshop comprised of Kajiado County Government, community wildlife conservancies, non-governmental organisations, local communities, ecotourism businesses and road agencies. At the workshops, stakeholders identified the interactions amongst key factors driving livelihoods and landscapes in Amboseli. They also co-produced scenarios of future land use changes in Amboseli and the trajectories that will lead to the changes. In the coming weeks, ARCC will model and map the co-produced scenarios and will present their results to the stakeholders for feedback.