Making Conservation Efforts More Efficient and Effective

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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Korean translation of OS v3.0 now available
January 9, 2019 — The Open Standards have now been translated into 9 languages!  The latest translation for Korea was released today Many thanks to the hard work of the contributors: Jeong Eun (Anya) Lim, Moonhyun Shin, Baekjun Kim, Raeha Jang, Heejong Kim, Jaehwa…Read More

Conservation audit tool ready for use
December 14, 2018 — This Conservation audit tool is designed to assess and evaluate conservation programs against industry standard best design to help the audited project adopt better adaptive management. Developed and refined for CMP by Elizabeth O’Neill and Sheila O’Connor, it is based…Read More

Operationalizing the Open Standards
September 6, 2018 — This is an excellent guide that explains how to use Open Standards’ supporting systems – Miradi and Miradi Share – to manage project information. In particular, it provides guidance on using Miradi and Miradi Share for work planning, budgeting, and…Read More