All systematic review involves a degree of stakeholder engagement. However, systematic review guidance has to date rarely discussed it, particularly in the field of environmental management and conservation. A series of commentary articles appearing in Environmental Evidence discusses various aspects of engaging with stakeholders.

The series gathers reflections and best practices emerging from challenging and rewarding experiences. The series is a vital tome for all reviewers and, we hope, a catalyst for improving conduct and reporting of stakeholder engagement in evidence synthesis.

The series included several open-access papers with SEI co-authors:

You can also view the full list of papers in the series.