[Call for proposals FRB-CESAB 2020] Four projects selected
Four innovative projects relating to the synthesis of ideas and concepts and the analysis of existing data, were selected by the scientific committee from the call for proposals FRB-CESAb 2020. They will improve scientific knowledge of biodiversity and demonstrate how we can use this knowledge to better protect it.
The selected projects are funded for a period of three years, including: the recruitment of a post-doctoral student for two years, the organization of six meetings of the working group at CESAB and the promotion and publication of the results. The CESAB also provides logistical, technical and administrative support.
Global redistribution of biodiversity: A macro- and eco-evolutionary approach to understand species vulnerability to global changes
PIs: Gaël GRENOUILLET – Université de Toulouse (France) and Lise COMTE – Illinois State University (USA)
Supporting climate resilience through equitable ocean conservation
PIs : Joachim CLAUDET – CNRS (France), David GILL – Duke University (USA) and Jessica BLYTHE – Brock University (Canada)
Understanding power dynamics in stakeholder participation: integrating theory and practice for effective biodiversity conservation
PIs: Juliette YOUNG – INRAE (France) and James BUTLER – CSIRO (Australia)
Synthesis of Neotropical Tree Biodiversity with Plot Inventories
PIs: Jérôme CHAVE – CNRS (France) and Adriane ESQUIVEL MUELBERT – Université de Birmingham (United Kingdom)