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CMP-CCNet Case Study Competition
September 7, 2016 — The Conservation Coaches Network (CCNet) and The Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP) are jointly launching a competition for Adaptive Management Case Studies: Are you managing a conservation project? Are you willing to share your lessons learned with your peers around the world?…Read More
Human Wellbeing Guidance Version 2.0 Available!
July 14, 2016 — 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…Read More
New USAID Biodiversity Programming How-To Guides
October 8, 2016 — The USAID E3/Forestry and Biodiversity Office has released three USAID Biodiversity Programming How-To Guides: 1) Developing Situation Models; 2) Using Results Chains to Depict Theories of Change; and 3) Defining Outcomes and Indicators for Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning. These How-To Guides provide in-depth…Read More
Australian CCNET Muster
August 17, 2016 — 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…Read More