The 16 state governments received over %1.8 million out of the $15.4 collected from the Pristine Paradise Environmental Fee (PPEF) in the last 2 years, from January 2018 to September 2019...State governments also receive a portion of the PPEF fee from the Green Fee, s source if funds for the Prot
This Year's internship program supports five interns, each representing one of the five MC island jurisdictions of Republic of Palau, Republic of Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and Guam.
With the aim to encourage positive action for biodiversity and inspire others by showcasing the notable work of those it honours, nominations are now invited for the MIDORI Prize for Biodiversity 2020. The call for nominations remains open until 30 March 2020.
Massive scientific investment has now identified the primary threats to biodiversity, but comparably little research has examined how and why some conservation initiatives spread while others falter. Every year, thousands of conservation initiatives are designed and put into practice around the g
The conference has run annually since it was initiated by former U.S. secretary of state John Kerry in 2014 to bring oceans more explicitly into international conversations about climate change mitigation, biodiversity conservation and sustainable livelihoods.
Evaluation, the process of assessing the effectiveness of programs and activities, has gained increasing attention in the conservation sector as programs seek to account for investments, measure their impacts, and adapt interventions to improve future outcomes. We conducted a country-wide evaluation of terrestrial-based conservation programs in Samoa. Though rarely applied, the benefit of evaluating multiple projects at once is that it highlights factors which are persistent and influential across the entire conservation sector.
What do people think about protecting and restoring New Zealand’s biodiversity? To find out, we invited New Zealanders to engage with each other on this topic as citizens using Scoop’s public engagement platform, HiveMind.
For biodiversity conservation efforts to have a big impact, they must scale up. But how does that happen? A study published earlier this month in Nature Sustainability offers some insights into what helps and hinders the dissemination of conservation programs, policies and projects.
The Conservation Leadership Programme is now accepting applications to support projects in low and middle income countries and some high income islands in the Caribbean and Pacific.