Transforming culture for an evidence-informed future
>> Register now for this World Wildlife Fund webinar hosted by the Fuller Science for Nature Program and the Alliance for Conservation Evidence and Sustainability
Enabling evidence-informed decision-making in conservation requires shifts in culture within the many institutions that are responsible for producing and using evidence. But changing culture is easier said than done. Fostering culture change often involves challenging dominant values and power structures. Facilitated by Dr. Sam Cheng, this seminar will explore the barriers to culture change and strategies to enable it, and will include tangible, practical ideas that can help staff and leaders start to foster a culture of evidence-informed practice within their institutions.
- Dr. Melanie Goodchild, Senior Indigenous Research Fellow And Associate, University of Waterloo
- Dr. Louise Glew, Director of Evidence and Learning, Sequoia Climate Foundation
- Dr. Jeremy Grimshaw, co-lead, Global Commission on Evidence to Address Societal Challenges and Senior Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
- Dr. Sam Cheng, Director, Conservation Evidence, World Wildlife Fund