Press release | 08 Déc, 2022
Montreal, Canada, 8 December 2022 (IUCN) - Twenty million jobs could be created by further harnessing the power of nature to address major challenges facing society, such as climate change, disaster risk, and food and water insecurity.
Story | 05 Mai, 2022
CEESP News: Patricia Dunne, CEESP member and Director of Applied Social Science at Conservation International (CI) and Alli Cruz, Senior Manager, Indigenous & Traditional Peoples Program at CI.
Story | 04 Avr, 2022
CEESP News: Mahawa Komala, Mandela Washington Fellow for Young African Leaders with CI’s Center for Communities and Conservation
Reflecting on her work with everyday ghandis in northern Liberia, Mahawa Komala describes how engaging communities in forest management in Liberia in times of…
Page | 04 Fév, 2022
Climate change poses a fundamental threat to nature, species, and people. However, nature also provides key solutions for both carbon storage and building climate resilience – if the global community takes steps to protect, restore, and better manage our natural resources.
Story | 07 Nov, 2021
CEESP News: by Carol J. Pierce Colfer *
Adaptive Collaborative Management of Forest Landscapes: Villagers, Bureaucrats and Civil Society is a edited collection by 20 international scholars and practitioners who have conducted Adaptive Collaborative Management (ACM) around the world,…