ILCN ELCN Earth Day Online Plenary
On the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day, the ILCN/ELCN Earth Day Plenary highlights the importance of leadership at all levels of society – from national, subnational, and local government to civic and grassroots initiatives – to protect natural and cultural resources for the benefit of present and future generations.
Nature-based solutions to address global societal challenges
This report has been prepared as part of an effort by IUCN to define its position on Nature-based Solutions (NbS) and plan for future work to advance this concept and support effective implementation of NbS to enhance ecosystem services provision and address societal challenges.
Chile is destined to be one of the most important green focus points on the planet
Interview with Jim Levitt that appeared in Que Pasa, a leading Chilean news magazine, on Friday, September 30, 2016 in relation to the Workshop on Innovations in Conservation Finance. English language adaptation of the interview, with several corrections and clarifications.
Chile está llamado a ser uno de los focos verdes más importantes del planeta
Interview with Jim Levitt that appeared in Que Pasa, a leading Chilean news magazine, on Friday, September 30, 2016 in relation to the Workshop on Innovations in Conservation Finance. (Spanish language)
Video on the Workshop on Innovations in Conservation Finance
Las Majadas de Pirque
This video of the Workshop on Innovations in Conservation Finance was put together by workshop hosts, Las Majadas de Pirque.
ILCN e-Newsletter, September 2016
A review of the World Conservation Congress, the burgeoning Land Trust Reserve movement in China, and the ILCN's workshop on innovations in Conservation Finance.
A primer on governance for protected and conserved areas
Borrini-Feyerabend, G., P. Bueno, T. Hay-Edie, B. Lang, A. Rastogi and T. Sandwith
As understanding of governance and related policy and practices is evolving throughout the world, the IUCN shares a basic lexicon in the hope that speaking “a common language” may help to better communicate and develop concepts of increasing clarity and meaning.
Voluntary non-monetary approaches for implementing conservation
The voluntary non-monetary approach to conservation refers to actions that citizens or organizations could voluntarily implement in their area of influence without the incentive of monetary compensations. Authors suggest that a voluntary, non-monetary approach could be widely applicable across many countries and environments.
ILCN e-Newsletter, July 2016
Celebrating the Derecho Real de Conservacion and partnership between Trust for Nature and Bank Australia.
Integration of private land conservation areas in a network of statutory protected areas: Implications for sustainability
Maciejewskia, K., et al.
Researchers interviewed 90 private land conservation area managers and 30 statutory reserve managers in the Western Cape Province of South Africa about their interactions with other managers, finding that fostering collaboration in private land conservation networks should enhance their long-term sustainability and effectiveness, increasi...