SNAPP: Evidence-based Conservation to Advance Human Well-being

Principal Investigators:

Madeleine McKinnon

International policy has sought to emphasize and strengthen the link between the conservation of natural ecosystems and human development. In parallel to policy shifts, increasingly, several major international conservation organizations, including Birdlife International, Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy and Fauna & Flora International explicitly reference people in their mission and vision statements and aspire to achieve socially beneficial outcomes from their conservation efforts. With an increasing focus on human dimensions... more

Participants and Meetings

Working Group Participants
ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group22nd—25th February 2016Participant List  
Working Group7th—9th November 2016Participant List  
Working Group15th—17th May 2017Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Sofia Ahlrothsahlroth@worldbank.orgWorld Bank
Glenn of Queensland
Rebecca Butterfieldrbutterfield@usaid.govUS Agency for International Development
Samantha Chengscheng@amnh.orgUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Hee-Sun Environment Institute
Ruth of Exeter
Louise Glewlouise.glew@wwfus.orgWorld Wildlife Fund
Valerie Hickeyvhickey@worldbank.orgWorld Bank
Margaret B. Hollandmholland@umbc.eduUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore
Caroline Howec.howe.01@cantab.netUniversity of Sheffield
Kelly W JonesKelly.Jones@colostate.eduColorado State University
Eliot Levineelevine@mercycorps.orgMercy Corps
Yuta Masudaymasuda@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Madeleine McKinnonMadeleineM@vulcan.comConservation International
Daniel C. Millerdcmiller@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Andrew S. University
Dilys Roedilys.roe@iied.orgInternational Institute for Environment and Development
Birte Snilstveitbsnilstveit@3ieimpact.orgInternational Initiative for Impact Evaluation
William J. of Cambridge
David Wilkiedwilkie@wcs.orgWildlife Conservation Society
Supin Wongbusarakumsupin.wongbusarakum@noaa.govNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Dawn WrightDwright@esri.comEnvironmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)
Sam Anzarootsamanzaroot@gmail.comDataminr
Caitlin of Miami
Alison of Exeter
Julien Brunbrun@nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Chris of Exeter
David Gilldavid.gill@duke.eduConservation International
Lucas Joppalujoppa@microsoft.comMicrosoft Research Ltd.
Piyali KunduPKundu@esri.comEnvironmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)
Pushpendra Ranaprana5@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Ray Shahrayshah@thinkdesign.comThink Design, LLC
Lynn of East Anglia
Emily College London

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Journal Article Althor, Glenn; McKinnon, Madeleine; Cheng, Samantha; Klein, Carissa J.; Watson, James E. M. 2016. Does the social equitability of community and incentive based conservation interventions in non-OECD countries, affect human well-being? A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence. (Abstract) (Online version)
Presentations Cheng, Samantha. 2016. Collaboration for Environmental Evidence Symposium presentation. Collaboration for Environmental Evidence Symposium; Stockholm, Sweden; August 2016. (Abstract)
Presentations Cheng, Samantha. 2016. Evidence map and ongoing work presentation. USAID BRIDGE Project; Washington D.C.; November 2016. (Abstract)
Report or White Paper Cheng, Samantha; Robinson, Janine E; Cox, Neil A.; Biggs, Duan; Olsson, Annette; Mascia, Michael; McKinnon, Madeleine. 2017. Mapping the evidence: Effectiveness of international wildlife trade practices and policies. Conservation International. (Online version)
Journal Article Cheng, Samantha; Augustin, Caitlin; Bethel, Alison; Gill, David; Anzaroot, Sam; Brun, Julien; Garside, Ruth; Masuda, Yuta; Miller, Daniel C.; Wilkie, David; Wongbusarakum, Supin; McKinnon, Madeleine; DeWilde, Burton; Minnich, Bob. 2018. Using machine learning to advance synthesis and use of conservation and environmental evidence. Conservation Biology. (Abstract) (Online version)
Presentations Cheng, Samantha. Unknown. Systematic map on conservation and human well-being impacts. (Abstract)
Journal Article McKinnon, Madeleine; Cheng, Samantha; Garside, Ruth; Masuda, Yuta; Miller, Daniel C. 2015. Map the evidence. Nature. Vol: 528. Pages 185-187. (Online version)
Journal Article McKinnon, Madeleine; Cheng, Samantha; Dupre, Samuel; Edmond, Janet; Garside, Ruth; Glew, Louise; Holland, Margaret B.; Levine, Eliot; Masuda, Yuta; Miller, Daniel C.; Oliveira, Isabella; Revenaz, Justine; Roe, Dilys; Shamer, Sierra; Wilkie, David; Wongbusarakum, Supin; Woodhouse, Emily. 2016. What are the effects of nature conservation on human well-being? A systematic map of empirical evidence from developing countries. Environmental Evidence. Vol: 5(8). (Abstract) (Online version)
Presentations McKinnon, Madeleine; Cheng, Samantha. Unknown. American Association of Geographers presentation. American Association of Geographers.
"SNAPP: Evidence-based Conservation to Advance Human Well-being" is project ID: 12727