What are Evidence Champions?
Evidence Champions are organisations that have signed an agreement to use Conservation Evidence in their project planning, to ask grantees that they fund to use Conservation Evidence in their grant proposals, and/or to test a certain number of interventions per year and publish the results. Scientific journals can also encourage authors to use our database when submitting articles. This demonstrates that they are committed to evidence-based conservation. Watch a short video about our Evidence Champions here.
How can my organisation get involved?
Register your interest for becoming an Evidence Champion here.
Who are the Evidence Champions?
Current Evidence Champions, in order of length of involvement:
The Vincent Wildlife Trust
People's Trust for Endangered Species
Whitley Fund for Nature
Established since 1998, Bernwood provides a range of ecological services to both public and private sectors. They undertake work predominantly across the counties of Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Greater London. They assist clients with planning, development and wildlife conservation, including protected species, Countryside Stewardship advice and habitat, historic parkland and woodland management plans.
Bernwood Ecology checks Conservation Evidnce when giving advioce to clients, and has published papers testing interventions in the Conservation EVidence journal. They aim to add more papers.