From the Ground Up Preview: How Land Trusts and Conservancies are Providing Solutions to Climate Change
This Policy Focus Report presents a dozen case studies that demonstrate how land trusts, conservancies, and other nongovernmental civic organizations have meaningfully addressed climate change over the past several decades. These organizations are working to protect land, biodiversity, and historic resources in more than 100 countries on ...
ILCN September 2020 Newsletter
In this newsletter: New ILCN Country Report for Privately Protected Areas in China, the South African road to green COVID recovery, and more.
Eurosite-ELCN to launch new project on private land conservation
Re-thinking Cities in the Context of COVID at the Beijing Forum on Ecological Civilization and High-Quality Urbanization
COVID-19 and The Next Generation of Conservation Leaders
COVID recovery in Australasia – Searching for silver linings for the private land sector
ILCN/ELCN Webinar: The Natura 2000 Protected Area Network- History and Future Outlook for Integrating Conservation on Private Lands
Natura 2000, a network of protected areas covering 18% of land and 10% of marine waters for the most valuable and threatened species and habitats across all 28 countries of the European Union, is the largest coordinated network of protected areas in the world. This webinar explores the creation of the network; its evolving approach to int...
ILCN/ ELCN Webinar: Land Conservation, Health, and Well-being
This webinar focuses on the role of open space, parks, and protected areas as a critical part of public health infrastructure, offering multiple benefits for physical and mental health. Speakers from the United States and Spain, two of the countries hardest hit by the pandemic, share their perspectives on how land conservation contributes...
The role of privately protected areas in achieving biodiversity representation within a national protected area network
Society for Conservation Biology
China Country Profile
Environmental NGOs and conservationists in China are developing important new models for biodiversity and nature conservation through systematic conservation planning tools. This China Country Profile, authored by Shenmin Liu of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in consultation with Jin Tong, Science Director at the China program of Th...
2020 ALPINE Summer Institute Final Participant Essays
The ALPINE Summer Institute program, now in its fourth year, is designed to enable undergraduate students, graduate students and early-career professionals to learn more about the theory and practice of large land conservation. The participants came from a variety of backgrounds and levels of experience in land conservation; all of ...