A global collection of more than 200 systematic reviews and meta-analyses
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Systematic reviews use robust methods to gather, summarize, present, interpret and report on available research. They are designed for unbiased, transparent, and reproducible retrieval and synthesis of all available published and unpublished data pertaining to a well-formulated research question.
We have curated a global collection of more than 200 systematic reviews and meta-analyses about small-scale food producers and environmental sustainability. The reviews were conducted by global research teams and published across academic journals. Many are by systematic review organizations such as Campbell Collaborative, 3ie, The Center for Environmental Evidence, EPPI-Centre and others.
To use this resource, scroll “within” the box below and use the controls, such as filter, to organize the data. Select a card to get more information about the resource, including a URL (where available) that will link to the full-text resource. You can also download a .csv file of the entire dataset.
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Ceres 2030 is a partnership between Cornell IP-CALS, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD)