Conservation Evidence Synthesis
Client: Thomas White, BioRISC <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Many published descriptions of conservation projects contain information about the actions that were taken, what they cost, and how effective the results were. However, it’s impossible for one person to find and digest the corresponding pieces of evidence when the relevant publications can be so varied in format and length. Your task is to use natural language processing methods to assemble the most important quantitative and qualitative data, and generate short and approachable texts communicating the essentials of each publication.