Pathways towards people-oriented conservation in a human-dominated landscape

Landscape-level conservation that maintains biodiversity and livelihoods for local people requires long-term collaborations across local communities, scientists, practitioners and decision-makers. The Network for Conserving Central India (NCCI) provides a platform for such collaborations in a globally important tiger conservation region within a complex social-ecological system. Using the NCCI as an example, the study identifies indicators

Introduction to Connectivity #4

In the same ways that linkages support species of concern, they may also increase the movement of unwanted species. This infographic explores this area of research on ecological corridors.

Introduction to Connectivity #3

This infographic defines many of the terms used when talking about ecological corridors, and uses an aerial-view graphic of a corridor project to help illustrate them.

Connectivity and Climate Change Toolkit

The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies developed this toolkit focused on climate-informed landscape connectivity. The purpose is to provide state fish and wildlife agency planners and managers with the information necessary to ensure climate considerations are being accounted for and incorporated in the planning and implementation of terrestrial and aquatic connectivity initiatives.

Lineamientos para la conservación de la conectividad a través de redes y corredores ecológicos (Spanish translation)

Estos Lineamientos de la CMAP de la UICN se basan en la mejor ciencia y práctica disponibles para mantener, mejorar y restaurar la conectividad ecológica entre áreas protegidas, otras medidas efectivas de conservación basadas en área (OMEC) y otros ecosistemas intactos. Por primera vez, esta publicación introduce una definición común y recomienda el reconocimiento formal

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