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Aligning evidence generation and use across health, development, and environment

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Although health, development, and environment challenges are interconnected, evidence remains fractured across sectors due to methodological and conceptual differences in research and practice. Aligned methods are needed to support Sustainable Development Goal advances and similar agendas. The Bridge Collaborative, an emergent research-practice collaboration, presents principles and recommendations that help harmonize methods for evidence generation and use. Recommendations were generated in the context of designing and evaluating evidence of impact for interventions related to five global challenges (stabilizing the global climate, making food production sustainable, decreasing air pollution and respiratory disease, improving sanitation and water security, and solving hunger and malnutrition) and serve as a starting point for further iteration and testing in a broader set of contexts and disciplines. We adopted six principles and emphasize three methodological recommendations: (1) creation of compatible results chains, (2) consideration of all relevant types of evidence, and (3) evaluation of strength of evidence using a unified rubric. We provide detailed suggestions for how these recommendations can be applied in practice, streamlining efforts to apply multi-objective approaches and/or synthesize evidence in multidisciplinary or transdisciplinary teams. These recommendations advance the necessary process of reconciling existing evidence standards in health, development, and environment, and initiate a common basis for integrated evidence generation and use in research, practice, and policy design.
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Tallis, Heather, et al. “Aligning Evidence Generation and Use across Health, Development, and Environment.” CURRENT OPINION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY, edited by Eduardo Brondizio et al., vol. 39, 2019, pp. 81–93.
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Tallis, H., Kreis, K., Olander, L., Ringler, C., Ameyaw, D., Borsuk, M. E., … Zobrist, S. (2019). Aligning evidence generation and use across health, development, and environment. CURRENT OPINION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY, 39, 81–93.
Chicago author-date
Tallis, Heather, Katharine Kreis, Lydia Olander, Claudia Ringler, David Ameyaw, Mark E Borsuk, Diana Fletschner, et al. 2019. “Aligning Evidence Generation and Use across Health, Development, and Environment.” Edited by Eduardo Brondizio, Opha Pauline Dube, and William Solecki. CURRENT OPINION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 39: 81–93.
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Tallis, Heather, Katharine Kreis, Lydia Olander, Claudia Ringler, David Ameyaw, Mark E Borsuk, Diana Fletschner, Edward Game, Daniel O Gilligan, Marc Jeuland, Gina Kennedy, Yuta J Masuda, Sumi Mehta, Nicholas Miller, Megan Parker, Carmel Pollino, Julie Rajaratnam, David Wilkie, Wei Zhang, Selena Ahmed, Oluyede C Ajayi, Harold Alderman, George Arhonditsis, Ines Azevedo, Ruchi Badola, Rob Bailis, Patricia Balvanera, Emily Barbour, Mark Bardini, David N Barton, Jill Baumgartner, Tim G Benton, Emily Bobrow, Deborah Bossio, Ann Bostrom, Ademola Braimoh, Eduardo Brondizio, Joe Brown, Benjamin P Bryant, Ryan SD Calder, Becky Chaplin-Kramer, Alison Cullen, Nicole DeMello, Katherine L Dickinson, Kristie L Ebi, Heather E Eves, Jessica Fanzo, Paul J Ferraro, Brendan Fisher, Edward A Frongillo, Gillian Galford, Dennis Garrity, Lydiah Gatere, Andrew P Grieshop, Nicola J Grigg, Craig Groves, Mary Kay Gugerty, Michael Hamm, Xiaoyue Hou, Cindy Huang, Marc Imhoff, Darby Jack, Andrew D Jones, Rodd Kelsey, Monica Kothari, Ritesh Kumar, Ashley Larsen, Mark Lawrence, Fabrice DeClerck, Carl Lachat, Phillip S Levin, Edward Mabaya, Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson, Robert I McDonald, Georgina Mace, Ricardo Maertens, Dorothy I Mangale, Robin Martino, Sara Mason, Lyla Mehta, Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Barbara Merz, Siwa Msangi, Grant Murray, Kris A Murray, Celeste E Naude, Nathaniel K Newlands, Ephraim Nkonya, Amber Peterman, Tricia Petruney, Hugh Possingham, Jyotsna Puri, Roseline Remans, Lisa Remlinger, Taylor H Ricketts, Bedilu Reta, Brian E Robinson, Dilys Roe, Joshua Rosenthal, Guofeng Shen, Drew Shindell, Ben Stewart-Koster, Terry Sunderland, William J Sutherland, Josh Tewksbury, Heather Wasser, Stephanie Wear, Chris Webb, Dale Whittington, Marit Wilkerson, Heidi Wittmer, Benjamin DK Wood, Stephen Wood, Joyce Wu, Gautam Yadama, and Stephanie Zobrist. 2019. “Aligning Evidence Generation and Use across Health, Development, and Environment.” Ed by. Eduardo Brondizio, Opha Pauline Dube, and William Solecki. CURRENT OPINION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 39: 81–93.
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Tallis H, Kreis K, Olander L, Ringler C, Ameyaw D, Borsuk ME, et al. Aligning evidence generation and use across health, development, and environment. Brondizio E, Dube OP, Solecki W, editors. CURRENT OPINION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY. 2019;39:81–93.
IEEE
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H. Tallis et al., “Aligning evidence generation and use across health, development, and environment,” CURRENT OPINION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY, vol. 39, pp. 81–93, 2019.
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  editor       = {{Brondizio, Eduardo and Dube, Opha Pauline and Solecki, William}},
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  title        = {{Aligning evidence generation and use across health, development, and environment}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2019.09.004}},
  volume       = {{39}},
  year         = {{2019}},
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