The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence is an open community of scientists and managers working towards a sustainable global environment and the conservation of biodiversity. The collaboration seeks to synthesise evidence
on issues of greatest concern to environmental policy and practice.
CEE has formal charitable status and its Objects are:
The protection of the environment and conservation of biodiversity through preparation, maintenance promotion and dissemination of systematic reviews of the effects and impacts of environment management interventions, for the public benefit.
Syntheses take the form of systematic
reviews providing rigorous and transparent methodology to
assess the impacts of human activity and effectiveness of policy
and management interventions. This website contains a small but
fast growing Library
of Environmental Evidence in the form of systematic reviews.
The Collaboration is not for profit
and relies on the dedication and enthusiasm of scientists and
managers to provide a reliable source of evidence to continuously
improve the effectiveness of our actions.
Please browse our website to find out
more and do not hesitate to contact us
with any questions or suggestions you might have.
find out more about the systematic review process and how to author
a review, please see our "Information for..." section.
05/02/14 - CEE is seeking application for new members of its Board of Trustees please follow these links to the Advert, Role Description and Application Form
04/12/13 - Read the latest protocols published in the CEE Library and Environmental Evidence here
03/12/13 - Systematic Review on the human wellbeing impacts of terrestrial protected areas Read the full review here
13/11/13 - Follow CEE on twitter @EnvEvidence here
16/09/13 - Evidence Aid is awarded the Unorthodox Prize 2013. See why Evidence Aid was chosen here
15/07/13 - 3ie Systematic Review Call. 3ie invites proposals for systematic reviews around seven policy-relevant questions on the impact of development interventions in the areas of agriculture, climate change, and property rights and land policy in low- and middle-income countries. These questions have been developed in collaboration with the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, the International Fund for Agricultural Development, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, UK Department for International Development, the Millennium Challenge Corporation and the United States Agency for International Development.
SRs with a significant environmental component can be registered with CEE. Read more about the 3ie call here
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