Second CEE conference took place in April 2018
NEWS | 2018-03-07
The second conference of the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) took place in Paris, France, between 16-20 April 2018. Mistra EviEM was there!
The conference aimed to promote and support evidence-based approaches to environmental management and high quality syntheses of evidence.
Syntheses like these can help decision-makers to better conserve biodiversity and ecosystem services. The conference covered science, policy, and practice from local to global scales.
This 2018 conference will be arranged by the French CEE centre, the Foundation for Research on Biodiversity (FRB). FRB is hoping that, by hosting the next conference in Paris, it will encourage non-English countries to participate and adopt evidence-synthesis approaches, and inspire the creation of national and European review teams and possibly new Centres.
Parts of the EviEM Secretariat participated in the conference and presented on topics such as stakeholder engagement, capacity building for low- and middle income countries, reporting standards and rapid mapping.
See below a list of EviEMs presentations.
Wednesday April 18th
- A five-step approach for stakeholder engagement in prioritisation and planning of environmental evidence syntheses. Magnus Land, Mistra EviEM. When: Wednesday April 18th 11.20-11.40, Room 103
- Quantitative researchers’ experiences in qualitative synthesis: a new and important frontier for environmental synthesis. Neal R Haddaway, Mistra EviEM, Stockholm Environment Institute When: Wednesday April 18th 11.20-11.40, Room 102
- Why is synthesis of qualitative research important for environmental policy and practice? Biljana Macura. Mistra EviEM, Stockholm Environment Institute. When: Wednesday April 18th 11.40-12.00, Room 102
- The Handbook for Stakeholder Engagement in Evidence Synthesis. Neal Haddaway. Mistra EviEM, Stockholm Environment Institute. When: Wednesday April 18th 12.20-12.40, Room 103
- A database of environmental knowledge gaps and knowledge clusters. Biljana Macura, Stockholm Environment Institute When: Wednesday April 18th 17.10-17.30, Room 102
- Synthesis of multiple knowledge sources: the multiple evidence base (MEB) approach. Rasmus Kløcker Larsen, Stockholm Environment Institute. When: Wednesday April 18th 17.30-17.50, Room 102
Thursday April 19th
- What is the effect of phasing out long-chain per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances on the concentrations of perfluoroalkyl acids and their precursors in the environment? Magnus Land, Mistra EviEM. When: Thursday April 19th 12.00-12.20, Room 102
- How effective are created or restored freshwater wetlands for nitrogen and phosphorus removal? Magnus Land, Mistra EviEM. When: Thursday April 19th 12.20-12.40, Room 102
- Rethinking Communication – Integrating Storytelling for Increased Stakeholder Engagement in Environmental Evidence Synthesis. Anneli Sundin and Karolin Andersson, Stockholm Environment Institute, Mistra EviEM. When: Thursday April 19th 12.20-12.40, Room 103
- A Systematic Review of the Effects of Roadside Vegetation Management on Biodiversity. Simon Jakobsson, Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University, Sweden. When: Thursday April 19th 12.40-13.00, Room 102
Friday April 20th
- An introduction to the Evidence Synthesis Tech Methods Group. Neal R Haddaway, Mistra EviEM, Stockholm Environment Institute. When: Friday April 20th 11.00-11.20, Room 103
- An evidence-based tool for predicting time requirements for systematic reviews and maps. Neal R Haddaway, Mistra EviEM, Stockholm Environment Institute. When: Friday April 20th 11.20-11.40, Room 103
- Rapid mapping: A novel approach to mapping evidence within short timeframes. Karolin Andersson, Mistra EviEM, Stockholm Environment Institute. When: Friday April 20th 14.20-14.40, Room 102
For further announcements follow CEE on Twitter @EnvEvidence, or join the conversations on LinkedIn (Collaboration for Environmental Evidence).
The first CEE conference in 2016 was arranged by Mistra EviEM and held in Stockholm in August 2016.