In summary: "As the highest and most impressive features of the landscape, mountains have an unusual power to awaken a sense of the sacred. Their soaring summits, the clouds and... read more →
Readers of this website may find the following article, as found in the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG) monthly newsletter, of interest: de Lange, E., Woodhouse, E. & Milner-Gulland,... read more →
An Impact Evaluation of the Global Environment Fund (GEF)/ United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Support to Protected Areas (PAs) and PA Systems was completed in October 2015. This joint impact... read more →
The British Columbia provincial government is inviting public feedback on what may happen to protected land in the South Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada. As a result of discussions with First... read more →
By end-2013, some 140+ countries have accessed the GEF’s Biodiversity Enabling Activities (BD EA) with the aim of updating their National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) and fulfilling other... read more →
With thanks to CSVPA member Mark Infield, people can now access the training materials for Fauna & Flora International’s short course: Culture in Conservation. The course examines the changing role of values... read more →
Some may find this video on protected areas in Mexico inspirational, helpful food for thought.