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Dr Louise Glew
is WWF's Global Lead Scientist for Conservation Evidence. All tweets my own. Retweets are not endorsements, etc. etc.
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Matthew Selinske Jun 18
Our manifesto for predictive conservation led by A perspective on how predictive science can better inform conservation decision-making and practice. 50 days free access at Biological Conservation
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Shauna Mahajan Jun 7
Brain buzzing after a gathering w/ - Visioning a future w/effective integration of knowledge & evidence in action, & planning steps for the journey there!
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Dr. Chelsie Romulo Jun 6
Please RT! DEADLINE EXTENSION Call for papers Special Issue on Evolution and Adaptation of governance and institutions in based . Submit 200-word abstracts by 21 June 2019. See Link for more info:
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Alastair Harborne Jun 5
Post-its on the wall ☑️ Flipchart sheets ☑️ Everything is in place to talk with . Thanks to Minnesota for the blue skies!
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Dr Louise Glew May 31
Best tweet of the day!!!
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ConservationSciencePractice May 27
. et al demonstrate the utility of systems mapping in conservation through case studies and literature. Integrating systems thinking into practice may foster adaptive management:
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Dr Louise Glew May 20
Replying to @ThinkDeepReef
Particularly as you are asking for access to directly support on-the-ground conservation....
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Dr Louise Glew May 20
Replying to @ThinkDeepReef
Wow. One wonders what the chapter authors would think, knowing that all the effort they poured into their chapters is not only locked behind a paywall, but that the information people without access could use to contact them is also blocked.
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Dr Louise Glew May 20
Replying to @ThinkDeepReef
What the....... are individual authors willing to share?
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Johan Oldekop May 15
Quality not quantity of PA’s
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Neil David Burgess May 14
New paper showing that many protected areas are not well resourced and that relatively few of the worlds species of birds, mammals and amphibians are adequately conserved in well resourced PAs.
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Johanna Eklund May 14
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Dr Louise Glew May 13
Yes! Let’s be sure to include , and some other qual thinkers too. — Maybe we plan something in early 2020?
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Dr Louise Glew May 13
I’m in. Let’s do it after I’ve had a baby, but I’m in. Would love to discuss predictive power/constraints, . I think different tools have different capacities in this space.... might also want to join, as he thinks about systems and impact evaluation.
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Sam Sinclair May 13
Conservation is not simple, we're trying to affect massive systems which are part social, part ecological, part economic and part chaos. Using methods which embrace this complexity is key to effective interventions. This paper breaks new ground critical to achieving this. Love it
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Alliance 4 Conservation Evidence & Sustainability May 10
New paper in by ACES members shows how mapping can encourage -based decision-making attune to . Read it here ➡️
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Dr Louise Glew May 10
The world isn’t linear. We need to think in in conservation. New paper led by on systems thinking in . Now to figure out how we integrate systems thinking within !!
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Shauna Mahajan May 10
The tools we use in must match the of the challenges we face. Our new paper considers how mapping can help us plan & evaluate in ways that address complexity. Check it out! ➡️
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Dr Louise Glew May 8
And extra points to whomever is busy writing next to their little one. Go science mamas!
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Dr Louise Glew May 8
I need a virtual version of this!
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