There are a variety of ways that you can contribute to evidence-based conservation or get involved with the work of the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence:
Commission a Systematic Review
You may wish to suggest a subject for systematic review. We recommend that you contact the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence as soon as possible to define your question in a format that is adapted to the systematic review process and get help about the evaluation of costs and time-frame.
Contribute to build up an evidence-base
You may also wish to share your observations, experience or data on a conservation management issue with the wider conservation community by visiting www.conservationevidence.com, thereby helping to build an evidence-base for interventions you are using.
Review a Protocol or Systematic Review
Register as a peer reviewer with Environmental Evidence
Receive Training in the Systematic Review Process
The CEE delivers or subcontracts workshops for researchers, policy-makers and practitioners, with the objective of initiating the widespread use and acceptance of evidence-based practice. Further details are available in the CEBC news and events section and at www.environmentalevidence.org/Training.html.
Undertake a Systematic Review
Individuals wishing to undertake a systematic review, in the capacity of lead reviewer, should contact us. The CEBC actively encourages individuals or organisations to undertake their own systematic review, for which we can offer support and expertise, and to submit review protocols and reports to the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence online library. For a comprehensive description of the systematic review process, please refer to the Guidelines for Systematic Review in Environmental Management.