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Funding Effective knowledge-action systems can produce both public and private goods. For example, the Queensland system for incorporating climate information in the management of farming risks that was discussed at the workshop has a strong private-good component—individual farmers who use the system effectively capture individual benefits of more profitable production. In contrast, the malaria management system being designed in Colombia is almost entirely a public good provider. Several workshop participants explained that sustainable funding strategies for knowledge-action systems need to recognize their dual public/private character, and balance sources of support accordingly.