Blog “Dedicated boundary-spanners can support a more effective relationship between science and policy”, by Dr Chris Cvitanovic in LSE

A recent blog written by CMS research fellow Chris Cvitanovic was recently published by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) featuring his recent article “Boundary spanning at the science–policy interface: the practitioners’ perspectives“. To read the blog please follow the link : https://codex.wordpress.org/Uploading_Files#To_Upload_a_File_in_a_Post  

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Are we getting through? Evaluating the success and impact of science communication and engagement activities

Summary: Scientists all have an obligation to society to contribute their observations and knowledge to the wider world. Additionally, to maintain public support, researchers need to be able to adapt to the rapidly changing needs of society and to clearly demonstrate the impact and value of their work. Across Australia,…

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Linking science to action to build food secure and climate adapted Pacific Island Communities

By Christopher Cvitanovic Climate change is a major threat to food security in Pacific Island countries, with declines in food production and increasing variability in food supplies already evident across the region.  Such impacts have already led to observed adverse consequences for human health, safety and economic prosperity.  Enhancing the adaptive…

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