How Landscape Conservation Partnerships Are Working to Address Climate Change
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
This paper examines the experience of collaborative partnerships in dealing with climate change. The examination draws from a recent online survey of landscape conservation partnerships, interviews with over 40 practitioners, web research, and email communications. The paper presents practices that appear to be most effective and makes re…
In Australia a new government program pours millions into private land protection and creates a model for collaborative conservation
The $77-million (AUD) initiative aims to restore 20,000 ha of land across Victoria.
China aims to build the world’s largest national park system
Its plan engages community-conservation techniques and spreads benefits equitably across society.
ILCN Webinar: The role of Asian civic and community land conservation organizations in achieving national 30×30 goals.
In Asia, conservationists are working to identify best practices that will advance efforts to reach national 30×30 goals (protecting 30% of the land and marine areas by the year 2030). These goals were adopted in December 2022 as part of the historic Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework at the UN Biodiversity Convention’s COP 15…
ILCN Webinar Resources: February 2023 slides from Yunzhu Chen
Supplementary slides from Yunzhu Chen on February 15, 2023.
ILCN Webinar Resources: February 2023 Slides from Melissa Payne
Supplementary Slides from Melissa Payne on February 15, 2023.
ILCN Webinar Resources: February 2023 Slides from Giovanni Reyes
Supplementary slides from Giovanni Reyes on February 15, 2023.
Undercover COP: The 30×30 challenge
International Land Conservation Network
There is over three decades of history behind the conference that aims to reverse the globe’s biodiversity crisis.
By putting music first, Riebl uses song to highlight issues of climate change, land justice, and Indigenous rights
Through song, Felix Riebl and Spinifex Gum champion land and climate justice.
Lincoln Institute staff promote private and civic land conservation at historic COP15
The team was among a group of over 18,000 changemakers in Canada for the signing of the Kunming-Montreal Declaration.