About the GFS Lab
We are motivated to ensure our science makes a substantive difference to conservation outcomes. We believe it is essential that for conservation to work, information and ideas need to be shared, and that a system of success should not be simply based on citation metrics or impact factors, but rather on how the science we do actually informs the practice of conservation.
Building constructive research collaborations and improving public access to environmental research are important components of the research we carry out. We welcome new affiliations and collaborations from other conservation scientists who share our passion for making the science we do count. Please reach out if you'd like to join the GFS team. You can find our contact details here.