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Senior Research Fellow

 

Stockholm Environment Institute

Neal R Haddaway

I am a Research Fellow conducting systematic reviews and systematic maps at SEI in Stockholm, and I work with policy-makers and stakeholders to produce guidelines for evidence-based environmental management and conservation. My main research interests revolve around integrating different knowledge systems within the same synthesis, and around increasing the efficiency and transparency of evidence production, synthesis and use.

Research Fellow

Stockholm Environment Institute

Biljana Macura

I am a Research Fellow at Stockholm Environment Institute. I am currently working with the MISTRA EviEM project (www.eviem.se) on evidence synthesis in the field of environmental management where we conduct systematic reviews, work on improvement of systematic review methods and provide training. I am Editorial Manager of Environmental Evidence journal (https://environmentalevidencejournal.biomedcentral.com). My research interest also include political ecology of conservation and development.

Systematic Reviews Editor

Environment International

Paul Whaley

My interest is in the development and promotion of systematic review methods in toxicology and chemical risk research, as an approach to advancing the transparency and validity of the processes by which scientific evidence is integrated into environmental policy-making.

Professor in Evidence-Based Conservation

Bangor University

Editor-in-chief

Environmental Evidence

Andrew S Pullin

I am interested in developing the methodology of evidence synthesis in environmental management using systematic review and creating a global network and platform (with guidelines and standards) to facilitate the conduct of evidence synthesis to provide a global evidence service. The overall goal is to increase effectiveness of environmental management policies and practice.

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