The Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation help teams be systematic about planning, implementing, and monitoring their conservation initiatives so they can learn what works, what does not work, and why — and ultimately adapt and improve their efforts.
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Spinifex Healthy Country Plan Review
September 10, 2017 — In the southeastern corner of Western Australia, the Spinifex Rangers have reviewed their progress and overall plan for the third time, adjusting of the objectives, indicators, and activities contained in the plan as needed. Developed in 2015, the Spinifex Healthy…Read More
Open Standards v3.0 now translated into French
August 24, 2017 — Thanks to the tireless efforts of Lauriane Besse Streit – and no doubt many late nights – the Open Standards (v3.0) has now been translated into French. This follows the recent translation into Portuguese as well. Lisa Paix and Damien…Read More
Open Standards now translated into Portuguese
July 30, 2017 — With help from the Conservation Measures Partnership, Gustavo Gatti has translated the Open Standards (v3.0, 2103) into Portuguese. This has been an arduous labor of love, but the result is a fabulous translation into the third language (English and Indonesian…Read More