SNAP: Science for People and Nature announces the addition of four new Working Groups to its growing portfolio of solution-oriented scientific inquiries – from exploring how video games could overturn entrenched perceptions about climate change to using evidence-based conservation to make the right decisions for people and nature. The four new working groups are:
- Evidence-Based Conservation: Making the Right Decisions for People and Nature
- Forest Sharing or Sparing: Maintaining Timber Production While Improving Outcomes for Carbon, Conservation and Water
- Gaming the Future of Climate Communications: Can Video Games Succeed Where Traditional Climate Communications Have Failed?
- Fisheries Measures: Measuring the Status of Fisheries and Factors Leading to Success