Projects and Collaborations
CBER leads and collaborates in a wide range of national and international projects, including:
- Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA)
- Valuing Nature Network (VNN).
- The UK National Ecosystem Assessment (UK NEA)
- DIVERSITAS - an international research programme aiming at integrating biodiversity science for human well-being.
- PREDICTS Project - the project uses analytical techniques to understand responses of local biodiversity to global human pressures, and to make projections of future changes.
- Engage Project - which provides scientists with access to machine learning techniques.
- Bat Detective - an ongoing project looking at recording bat data from across the UK.
- The Land Use Forum (London) - a forum to promote exchange and integration of expertise and experience relating to causes and consequences of land use and land cover change through discussion and debate.
CBER also collaborates with related institutes and centres within UCL, including:
- UCL Environment Domain
- Institute for Sustainable Resources
- Externally, CBER collaborates with many external groups and initiatives:
- Technology for Nature (with ZSL and Microsoft Research)Entangled web and biodiversity databases (with Imperial College and Microsoft Research)