Goals, Objectives and Activities (WWF 2006)

Description: This guidance resource supports the implementation of the WWF Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. However, to be better guidance, significant updates would be required. Some featured text boxes are confusing and the ideas are better expressed in…

Situation Analysis (WWF 2006)

Description: This guidance resource supports the implementation of the WWF Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. This guidance is very good, but it predates consideration of human wellbeing targets and climate change. Full citation: WWF. (2006). Resources for Implementing…

Threat Ranking (WWF 2007)

Description: This guidance resource supports the implementation of the WWF Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. However, the coverage of stresses is a little short on examples, and it fails to adequately distinguish between threats and stresses Full citation:…

Conceptual Models (WWF 2005)

Description: This document is intended as a guidance resource to support the implementation of the WWF Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. It is a very good resource, but predates discussion about Human Wellbeing Targets and climate change. Full…

Targets and Target Viability (WWF 2009)

Description: This document is intended as a guidance resource to support the implementation of the WWF Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. It is a very good resource, but predates discussion about human wellbeing targets. The concept of “footprint”…

Scope and Vision (WWF, 2006)

Description: This guidance document supports the implementation of the WWF Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. Some parts of the guidance are now dated.  It could use better detail on thematic scope and in developing shorter vision statements. The…

Conservation by Design 2.0 Guidance Document (V1.0)

TNC presents this guidance as an evolution in the conservation approach of the Conservancy and the Open Standards more generally. It is centered on four topics: 1) explicit consideration of linkages between people and nature, 2) design interventions focused on…