Madingley was originally developed as a collaboration by the UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre 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 UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre. It is now in use by researchers at over a dozen institutions worldwide.
UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre acts as a convenor and organiser of the Madingley model community, and has ecological scientists continuing to develop the model.
Students and researchers at Imperial College are using Madingley to map Madingley functional groups to species and explore neutral ecological processes.
Contact: James Rosindell (email@example.com)
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Researchers at Radboud University are using Madingley to investigate the ecological implications of projected scenarios of biofuels production.
Contact: Mark Huijbregts (email@example.com)