How "science" can facilitate the politicization of charismatic megafauna counts

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Gopalaswamy, Arjun M
Elliot, Nicholas B
Ngene, Shadrack
Broekhuis, Femke
Braczkowski, Alexander
Lindsey, Peter
Packer, Craig
Stenseth, Nils Chr
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Ideally, the practice of science stays independent, informs policy in real time, and facilitates learning. However, when large uncertainties go unreported or are not effectively communicated, science can, inadvertently, facilitate inappropriate politics.

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Gopalaswamy, AM; Elliot, NB; Ngene, S; Broekhuis, F; Braczkowski, A; Lindsey, P; Packer, C; Stenseth, NC, How "science" can facilitate the politicization of charismatic megafauna counts, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2022, 119 (20), pp. e2203244119
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