Madingley was originally developed as a collaboration by the United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) and Microsoft Research in Cambridge. The current development of the model is being funded by and in collaboration with the Nippon Foundation Nereus Program (Japan/Canada), the KR Foundation (Denmark), the Leverhulme Trust (UK) and UNEP-WCMC. It is now in use by researchers at over a dozen institutions worldwide.
Students and researchers at Imperial College are using Madingley to map Madingley functional groups to species and explore neutral ecological processes.
Contact: James Rosindell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Researchers at the Stockholm Resilience Centre are integrating Madingley with models of agricultural systems to understand trade-offs in coupled socio-ecological systems
Contact: Ingo Fetzer (email@example.com)
Researchers at Radboud University are using Madingley to investigate the ecological implications of projected scenarios of biofuels production.
Contact: Mark Huijbregts (firstname.lastname@example.org)