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The official journal of CEE, Environmental Evidence is an open-access journal that facilitates the publication of evidence syntheses.
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CEE Evidence Syntheses take the form of systematic reviews and (evidence) maps providing rigorous and transparent methodology to assess the impacts of human activity and effectiveness of policy and management interventions. This website contains a fast growing Library of Environmental Evidence.
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Successful ‘Evidence Synthesis & Meta-Analysis in R’ Conference held January 21-22, 2021Continue reading
The Evidence Synthesis Hackathon’s online Evidence Synthesis & Meta-Analysis in R Conference (#ESMARConf) was held on January 21st and 22nd 2021. A total of 39 presentations, 10 panel discusisons and 4 workshops covered a wide variety of different tools and use cases for evidence synthesis and meta-analyses in R. 514 people registered for the conference, […]
CEE is contributing to COVID-END, a time-limited network that brings together more than 50 of the world’s leading evidence-synthesis, technology-assessment and guideline-development groups around the world hosted by McMaster University in Canada (https://www.mcmasterforum.org/networks/covid-end). COVID-END is an evidence service to support decision makers through the current Coronavirus pandemic. The service provides the best available evidence […]