The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence is an open community of scientists and managers working towards a sustainable global environment and the conservation of biodiversity. CEE seeks to synthesise evidence on issues of greatest concern to environmental policy and practice.
CEE evidence syntheses take the form of systematic reviews and maps providing rigorous and transparent methodology to assess the impacts of human activity and effectiveness of policy and management interventions. This website contains a fast growing Library of Environmental Evidence .
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.
The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence is a global not for profit, and has formal charitable status.
Centres will contribute to the work of the CEE by encouraging evidence-based practice and systematic reviews.
The evidence review database will provide links to current reviews on policy-relevant questions in conservation and environmental science.
The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence’s Australia Centre
The Centre for Evidence Informed Policy and Practice (CEIPP). CEIPP was established in October 2014 as a collaboration of leading researchers and practitioners advancing the...Read More
The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence’s Canada Centre
Dr. Steven Cooke is the coordinator of the Centre in Evidence-Based Conservation and Environmental Management at Carleton University (Ottawa, Ontario). The Centre will be integrated within the Faculty of...Read More
The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence’s France Centre
The Fondation pour la Recherche sur la Biodiversité (FRB) is a foundation for scientific cooperation about biodiversity and ecosystems. It acts as a science-policy-society interface...Read More
The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence’s South Africa Centre
We are a team of academics at the University of Johannesburg’s Centre for Anthropological Research engaged in a programme of work about the environment using a specific methodology - systematic reviewingRead More
The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence’s Sweden Centre
The Mistra Council for Evidence-Based Environmental Management (EviEM) works for environmental management to be placed on a scientific foundation. Through systematic reviews of various environmental issues...Read More
The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence’s UK Centre
The CEE Centre in the UK is hosted by the Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation, Bangor University, UK The Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation (CEBC) was established...Read More