Conservation Science Unit

The Conservation Science Unit (CSU) promotes the use of science for robust evidence-based conservation practice within the EWT and across the conservation sector.

The CSU helps to build the evidence-base for good conservation practice in the EWT and across the sector. We work along the conservation evidence value chain, starting with good project design, data capture and documentation in the field, data curation and management, through to analyses, publication and dissemination of results. We build capacity and provide technical expertise in conservation-relevant science, which will ultimately lead to robust conservation practice in the field.

We achieve this through the following projects:

• The Biodiversity DataBank – for access to data, click here
• Technical Support and Training for the Conservation Sector

For the Mammal Red List click here

Programmes are supported by a team of administrative staff in the Fundraising, Marketing and Communications, Finance, Governance, Information Technology, and Human Resources departments, whose employees ensure the smooth running of day-to-day administration and governance of the Trust.

Contact Fundraising – Alison Janicke
Contact Human Resources – Kabelo Manaka
Contact Finance and Governance – Mandy Poole
Contact IT – Yves Manana
Contact the CEO – Yolan Friedmann

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