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Darwin Research Map

Darwin Now is a British Council global initiative to explore the impact of Charles Darwin’s remarkable legacy in the 21st century around the world.

A collaboration between The University of Greenwich, Charles Darwin University, Australia and Darwin’s Landscape Laboratory was awarded funding under this program.

Darwin's observations, methods of working and simple experimental design have great value for scientists investigating current problems of nature conservation. Darwin had an important influence on the rise of ecology. He noted the significance of biodiversity in the natural world.

Darwin's methods inspire an appreciation of nature and of the problems confronting nature - loss of species and reduction of biodiversity. Having a deeper understanding of these issues promotes nature conservation locally and globally.

Are you involved in research relevant to Darwin and his work?
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Explore the world map above by zooming in and out or click on the links below to explore Darwin research that is taking place all over the world today.