The new SEnSOR network is delivering up-to-date research on oil palm sustainability to governments, conservation organisations and oil palm managers.
SEnSOR produces easily-digestible summaries of recent research, with helpful highlights and clear take-away messages. Each document also explains the results that scientists are really confident about, and point out the areas that need more research.
The latest brief, which gives information on co-benefits for carbon and biodiversity in different tropical land uses, features my research on riparian zones in oil palm plantations – I’m very happy to have been able to help out with this work.
pdfs of all SEnSOR publications can be found at http://www.sensorproject.net/knowledge-exchange/