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Recent News & Events

Human Wellbeing Guidance Version 2.0 Available!
Members of CMP’s Human Wellbeing Working Group are pleased to share an update version of CMP’s human wellbeing guidance! This update is based on 3.5 years of applying the concepts from Version 1.0 across dozens of projects spanning a wide…
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Australian CCNET Muster
Adelaide Zoo was the fitting venue for 25 Australian conservation practitioners who met early August to better suit the Open Standards to Natural Resource Management (NRM) planning, share innovations and to be part of the CCNetOz coordination committee. Akin to…
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Miradi features on DEVEX
US-based international development forum DEVEX has featured an article in their “data-driven” series on “5 things to know before diving into data-driven decision-making” saying: Get started now and keep it simple. Use data to design programs — not just to…
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Version 2.0 of Threats and Actions Classification Available
CMP members have officially approved an updated version of its Threats and Actions Classifications! Published in 2008 in Conservation Biology, the IUCN-CMP Threat and Action Classifications (Version 1.0) have been used to classify tens of thousands of species, projects, and…
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