Bright spots at the science-policy-practice interface – what makes a success story?

23rd March 2020

As part of a series, CCI held a symposium jointly with the British Antarctic Survey in November 2019, asking at ‘Bright spots at the science-policy-practice interface – what makes a success story?’

Our panel included Dr Simon Brockington (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs – Defra), Gayle Burgess (TRAFFIC), Stephanie Good (University of Exeter),Dr Susie Grant (British Antarctic Survey) and Edward Pollard (The Biodiversity Consultancy).

The presentations provoked some very interesting conversations and the report, compiled by Dr Rachel Cavanagh from BAS, and is available here.

BAS-CCI Workshop Report – Bright Spots