Approaching conservation as a holistic and inclusive practice can deliver longer-lasting solutions to help people shift from conflict to coexistence with nature.
Species play important economic roles in our society and ecosystems not least for their inspirational qualities. Lacoste’s recent award-winning campaign and support for conservation in partnership with IUCN’s Save Our Species illustrates there is untapped potential in leveraging nature conservation both for species and businesses alike.
How has the Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool (SMART) conservation software grown to become the de-facto standard tool for protected areas and wildlife managers across more than 600 sites in 55 countries since its initial public release in 2013?
How can species conservation in West Africa’s W-Arly-Pendjari complex (WAP) adapt to changes in the protected area management landscape? Muyang Enjoh Achah Programme Officer, IUCN Global Species Programme shares her perspective from IUCN’s Cameroon office.
If we want a world with tigers we must act now. The urgency is clear in the Terai Arc Landscape of Nepal and India, a globally significant tiger landscape supporting an estimated 17% of wild tigers explains Gitanjali Bhattacharya and colleagues at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), a grantee with IUCN-KfW's Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme (ITHCP).