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Conservation Impact Evaluation and Implementation Science
This virtual seminar series seeks to revolutionise the way in which conservation programs and policies are designed and delivered. The seminars are targeted at a broad audience - no previous experience necessary!

The series is hosted by Paul Ferraro in coordination with the Impact Evaluation Working Group of the Society for Conservation Biology. For questions, please email:

Dates: First Tuesday of every month, starting 3 May 10 AM ET (4 PM CEST)

3 May: Paul J. Ferraro (Johns Hopkins University), The Past and Future of Impact Evaluations and Implementation Science in Conservation.
7 Jun: Julia P. G. Jones (Bangor University and University of Utrecht), Does conservation work, and how can we know?
July-August: summer break
6 Sep: Johan A. Oldekop (University of Manchester), Multiple Outcomes from Multiple policies: Insights on multidimensional sustainability from policy mixes.
4 Oct: Erin Sills (NC State), Synthetic Control Methods in Conservation Science.
1 Nov: Sabrina Eisenbarth (University of Exeter), Harmonized Implementation Experiments in Conservation (metaketas).
6 Dec: Panel on Challenges and Opportunities for Implementation Science in Conservation.
January: holiday break
7 Feb: Jennifer Alix-Garcia (Oregon State University), Measurement error in satellite data and its effects on impact evaluations in conservation.
7 March: Moderated Panel from Academia and Practice, Counterfactual methods and their use in the voluntary forest carbon market: past, present and future
4 April: Jennifer Zavaleta Cheek (South Dakota State University) and Gabby Salazar (University of Florida), Theory-based Approaches to Impact Evaluation
Apr 4, 2023 10:00 AM
May 2, 2023 10:00 AM
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