This project aims to develop and apply a flexible package of training materials to increase awareness and capacity of conservation professionals to address the social and rights-based aspects of co
National and local conservation organisations in biodiversity-rich developing countries require institutional capacity in conservation leadership and systemic organisation.
IPBES – the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services - is the result of half a decade of intergovernmental discussion and negotiation.
Ecosystems provide numerous benefits, (ecosystem services), which are underpinned by biodiversity.
Despite growing awareness of the importance of ecosystem services in supporting human well-being, conservationists are rarely able to provide policy-makers with robust information about the overall
There is general concern amongst conservationists that people are taking fewer opportunities to experience and connect with nature.
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
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