Conservation Science Alliance

Using deep data reserves to drive conservation action.

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Transforming global species data to conservation action.

The Species360 Conservation Science Alliance works alongside international conservation, research, and academic institutions to answer questions critical to saving species.

A Unique Approach
Wildlife experts and data scientists apply modern analytics to widely-dispersed global sources, creating new insights to species.

Sustaining Biodiversity
We partner with IUCN SSC, CITES, and other conservation and policy leaders to deliver pointed insight to the people that need it most.

A Zoos and Aquariums Initiative
Previously untapped sources increase species information by 800 percent – replacing long-held assumptions with real knowledge.

Conservation Science Alliance In The News

July 8, 2021

Public lecture: Exploring and Mapping Data Landscapes to Rescue Species from Extinction

Dalia A. Conde of Species360 will give the Public Lecture "Exploring and Mapping Data Landscapes to Rescue Species from Extinction" at The Platform for… Read more
June 1, 2021

New publication: A standardized dataset for conservation prioritization of songbirds to support CITES

Songbirds are the largest order of birds with over 6000 extant species described. Their colourful plumage and unique singing abilities… Read more
May 31, 2021

SDU Inspiration Prize to CSA Director of Science Prof. Dalia A. Conde

Our Director of Science Prof. Dalia A. Conde from the Biology Department, received the inspiration price for her inspiring work… Read more
April 16, 2021

Sex‐specific actuarial and reproductive senescence in zoo‐housed tiger (Panthera tigris): The importance of sub‐species for conservation

Tigers (Panthera tigris) are particularly threatened in their natural environment and only few of their demographic parameters have been determined… Read more

Thank you!

We thank our supporting partners: the World Association of Zoos and Aquaria, Copenhagen Zoo and Wildlife Reserves of Singapore. We could not achieve critical success without your partnership.


Conservation Science Alliance needs your support

Our work would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsoring partners, which helps to fund researchers and data analysts conducting this important work.