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New call for Systematic Review proposals from FRB
This call aims to support research on biodiversity through the use of the systematic review approach. It covers two themes: marine biodiversity and agricultural transition...
Free online evidence synthesis training course now available!
#ESTraining is a variety of free-to-access (Open Educational) training courses in evidence synthesis. The courses span a suite of synthesis methods, including systematic review and...
Job Announcement – Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Evidence
CEE announces an exciting opportunity to lead the further development of its unique and innovative journal. Click here Editor-in-Chief Job description
Happy New Year from CEE
2019 was another active and eventful year for CEE, supporting and promoting the use of rigorous evidence synthesis to address environmental challenges. Our journal ‘Environmental...
GESI-CEE Hub for Environmental Evidence Synthesis
We are happy to announce that the Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative (GESI), the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) and the team at Exeter University who is...
You are invited: Research 4.0: Africa & evidence synthesis
The event is a celebration of the University of Johannesburg’s sponsorship of African delegates to attend the recent Evidence Synthesis Hackathon 2019 that took place...
French CEE Centre hosts Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration
From October 23rd-25th 2018, the French CEE Centre welcomed the Board and Working Group meetings of the Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration. EBTC is an international collaboration...
Environmental Evidence for the Future
CEE has entered into a partnership with the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) in a call for systematic maps to inform their Environmental Evidence...
Launching of ROSES
CEE is happy to announce the launch of ROSES – RepOrting standards for Systematic Evidence Syntheses! ROSES is a collaborative initiative with the aim of improving...
New CEE Guidelines now online!
Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our Guidelines Group, the new Guidelines and Standards for Evidence Synthesis in Environmental Management V5.0 are now...
Latest Completed Review
The spatial distribution of illegal hunting of terrestrial mammals in Sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic map
Latest Review In Progress
Mapping the predicted and potential impacts of metal mining and its mitigation measures in Arctic and boreal regions using environmental and social impact assessments: a systematic map protocol
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