Join leaders and practitioners in a capacity building workshop that is so much more than a "training" - this Conservation Conflict Transformation (CCT) workshop will change the way you understand and address conflict in wildlife conservation and management and make your work and your organization's efforts so much more effective and efficient.
Read what a US State wildlife biologist recently said resulted from his participation in a CCT workshop this past March:
As the global population surges, dams have been increasingly adopted as a way to keep up with skyrocketing demands for water and energy.
A United Nations-backed project in Kenya is protecting forests and wildlife, as well as providing alternative livelihoods, and offers valuable lessons on how governments and the private sector can successfully work together for the betterment of communities and the environment.
Madison Valley Ranchlands Group has an opening for a project director. Contact MVRG at firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close on May 30. Call John Crumley with any questions - 406 682 7364 or 406 581 5602
Check out their website here: http://www.madisonvalleyranchlands.org/
813 SW Alder, Suite 500
Portland, OR 97205
This organization is a cooperative advisory-making body orgazized to resolve land management conflices in the Clearwater Basin, Idaho. This Basin is part of the largest complex of public lands in the continental United States. People from all backgrounds and points of view agree that the forests, mountains and streams here are priceless and necessary to economic, social and ecological well-being.
I am an undergraduate at CSU and have had the pleasure of working as an intern for the CCC since the fall of 2011. This semester, I decided to study abroad in Tanzania with SIT on their program for Wildlife Conservation and Political Ecology. In the past, my job at the CCC has mostly been working online- either with Facebook/twitter or the CCLN.
Costa Rica, a tropical country known for its national parks and ecotourism, has taken a further step to protect its environment. But even in this environmentally conscious nation, a new ban on hunting faces obstacles.
In the hillsides of Trinidad’s Northern Range, smallholder subsistence farming systems dominate the landscape. Pushed to this frontier by escalating pressure on low-lying agriculture lands from more urban development and a rising population, farmers continue to rely on short-term crops on the steep slopes there.
Agri-environment schemes (AESs) in England typically address environmental management at the farm-and field-scales, but there is increasing evidence that incorporating the landscape-scale would increase scheme effectiveness.