There are a variety of ways that you may wish to contribute to evidence-based conservation or get involved with the work of the Collaboration for 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, by emailing email@example.com
or on the CEE Training pages.
Conduct a Systematic Review
Individuals wishing to conduct a systematic review, visit the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence website for general information. For a comprehensive description of the systematic review process, please refer to the CEE Guidelines for Systematic Review in Environmental Management.
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.