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“Show me the money!”: Poor reporting of costs of conservation interventions hampers ability to prioritize funds for nature.

Tom White is a PhD student with the Conservation Evidence team, where his researches focusses on trying to understand the costs associated with costs of conservation interventions. Today he discusses his most recent publication. Recent influential reports have highlighted the extent of biodiversity loss globally. For example, the WWF Living Planet report found that monitoredContinue reading ““Show me the money!”: Poor reporting of costs of conservation interventions hampers ability to prioritize funds for nature.”

New non-English language studies database: increasing the availability of conservation evidence

Kate Willott is the Conservation Evidence Research Assistant and Administrator, and Tatsuya Amano is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow based at the University of Queensland, Australia Helping us work towards more effective global conservation We are delighted to announce that we have now launched our non-English language database of studies testing conservation actions onContinue reading “New non-English language studies database: increasing the availability of conservation evidence”

The Conservation Evidence project — a truly collaborative and international effort

Rebecca Smith is a Senior Research Associate and Conservation Evidence Manager. The Conservation Evidence database was created to provide an easily accessible, free, authoritative information resource to support decisions about how to maintain and restore global biodiversity. So far, we have worked with over eleven hundred named collaborators from across the globe, to create theContinue reading “The Conservation Evidence project — a truly collaborative and international effort”

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