Inclusive restoration: Ten recommendations to support LGBTQ+ researchers in restoration science (Restoration Ecology)

Restoration ecologists seek to repair damaged environments, and as Toone et al. write, “the same principles that shape ecosystem restoration also provide a blueprint for cultivating inclusion in science”. Here, a group of mostly early-career restoration ecologists use their professional lenses and provide ten recommendations to support LGBTQ+ researchers (these are specified towards but not limited to restoration science). Their recommendations include using appropriate language, support healthy environments, and strive for diverse environments. (Summary by Mary Williams @PlantTeaching) Restoration Ecology 10.1111/rec.13743