New Open Access Book on Stakeholder Engagement in Environmental Evidence Synthesis

NEWS | 2018-04-18

EviEM has published a collection of methodology and commentary articles on the importance of stakeholder engagement for environmental evidence synthesis.

EviEM has published a collection of methodology and commentary articles from a special series of the journalEnvironmental Evidence on the importance of stakeholder engagement for environmental evidence synthesis. Over nine chapters and a guest editorial, 41 authors from 19 institutions discuss a wide variety of different topics relating to engaging stakeholders in systematic reviews and maps of environmental topics: from how to approach conflict, to how to prioritise review questions, and from opportunities for capacity building to how to introduce evidence synthesis to stakeholders.

EviEM (Neal Haddaway and Claes Bernes) has now collated these chapters into a beautiful new book, featuring a foreword from Professor Andrew Pullin, that is free to access for everyone.

Download, read, share! We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we have enjoyed producing it!