Collaborative Projects (all)

IPBES – the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services - is the result of half a decade of intergovernmental discussion and negotiation. It aims to solve a major...
Type:
Funded Projects
Theme:
Policy and governance
IPBES – the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services - aims to solve a major and seemingly intractable problem – how to translate biodiversity and ecosystem...
Type:
Catalyzed Projects
Theme:
Policy and governance
Climate change is projected to have a significant effect upon the future rate of biodiversity loss. There is therefore an urgent need to identify the key mechanisms underpinning climate change...
Type:
Catalyzed Projects
Theme:
Biodiversity and climate change, Indicators, monitoring and effectiveness
In 2008, a report commissioned by the Cambridge Conservation Forum (CCF) and UNEP-WCMC, reviewed the state of the voluntary carbon market and how organisations in Cambridge offset and reduce their...
Type:
Catalyzed Projects
Theme:
Towards a green economy
The target adopted by world leaders of significantly reducing the rate of biodiversity loss by 2010 was not met, but this stimulated the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) to...
Type:
Funded Projects
Theme:
Indicators, monitoring and effectiveness
Agricultural land occupies around 38% of the planet’s land surface and the spread and intensification of agriculture are recognised as two of the most important global threats to wildlife. In...
Type:
Funded Projects
Theme:
Biodiversity and food security
A series of ‘ideas gathering’ workshops between September 2010 and March 2011, has been highly effective in highlighting areas of interest shared by CCI partners, organisations within CCF and...
Type:
Catalyzed Projects
Theme:
Capacity building and leadership
The importance of integrating the needs and livelihoods of local communities with biodiversity conservation efforts is now widely recognised as a key element for sustainable conservation solutions....
Type:
Funded Projects
Theme:
Linking people, livelihoods and biodiversity
Ecosystems provide numerous benefits, (ecosystem services), which are underpinned by biodiversity. Climate change has increased vulnerability and reduced resilience of ecosystems globally with...
Type:
Funded Projects
Theme:
Biodiversity and climate change, Capacity building and leadership
While the ecosystem services framework offers the potential for developing approaches that simultaneously provide ecological stability and livelihood security, especially in the most vulnerable...
Type:
Funded Projects
Theme:
Valuing biodiversity and ecosystem services

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