In our recent publication, we highlight how knowledge sharing can lead to increased and shared success in the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030). We call for increased effort to collate species-level, fine-scale, ecological community data from restoration studies across a wide range of environmental and ecological gradients. These data could be made openly available to the restoration community to maximize evidence-based knowledge sharing and support predictive capacity in ecological community responses to restoration actions.
Using synthesis, successful and unsuccessful restoration outcomes can be identified across diverse systems and scales. With our database, we enable exchange of knowledge and data from restoration projects around the world, connecting a large community of restoration scientists and practitioners.
Read the full article: Ladouceur et al. (2022). Knowledge sharing for shared success in the decade on ecosystem restoration. Ecological Solutions and Evidence