Networks We Host

Collaboration is Key to Global Action

If we’re to facilitate change at the largest scales, we must work together to develop innovative networks for impact. We support thousands of scientists, policy makers, and community leaders by sharing experience and expertise through the professional networks we host and the regional and international collaborations we chair.

For the networks below (and several others), the Center provides strategic counsel, infrastructure, and organizational management, supporting their members and staffs to focus on the mission of effectively engaging and empowering landscape conservation practitioners and supporters around the world.

Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group

The Center is committed to elevating connectivity conservation through collaborative partnerships, highlighted by our role as Secretariat of the IUCN WCPA Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group. Its 920+ volunteer members in 120+ countries are experts working in government, scientific, academic, non-profit, and business sectors who promote connectivity conservation at local to international levels.

The Group is actively recruiting members and engaging partners around the world to inspire innovative ideas, raise awareness, and increase capacity to achieve a healthier planet of connected ecosystems.

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To learn more, visit the Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group.

For more information, please contact International Connectivity Program Manager Aaron Laur.

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The Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent

Formed in 2009, the Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent brings together federal, tribal, regional, and local governments, NGO’s, business, and community leaders committed to protecting an 18-million-acre intact ecosystem that sustains thousands of species and diverse rural and urban communities. It is the only ecosystem in the contiguous U.S. that has maintained all of its native species.

By 2030, Glacier National Park is projected to lose all of its glaciers, fundamentally changing the hydrology of this continental headwaters. We’re addressing climate change through collaboration and shared learning across the landscape.

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Learn More

To learn more, visit Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent.

The Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent is a fiscally sponsored project of the Center.

For more information, please contact Roundtable Coordinator Kendra Hoff

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