12 Aug Recruiting collaborators – national-level reports on biodiversity conservation
We have recently started working on another component of the project, which aims to understand language barriers to the application of English-language knowledge on biodiversity conservation. This component tries to understand how decision-makers perceive language as a barrier to the use of science in their conservation decision making.
For this, we are recruiting collaborators to help us list national-level reports on biodiversity and its conservation in non-English-speaking countries, investigate the number of references cited there, and do a questionnaire survey with the authors of the reports (also see below). We have already recruited 14 country coordinators so if you are interested in becoming one please reach out for further details.