Great new paper out now from Emilie Beauchamp. The success of conservation interventions often depends on the multifaceted and sometimes competing interests and motivations that lead local people to sustainably manage natural resources in the first place. Yet despite an extensive literature exploring the effects of conservation on human livelihoods, there is a lack of robust evidence about…
Many businesses are beginning to account for their impacts and dependencies on nature, through approaches like natural capital accounting. Whilst accounting approaches are well developed for some aspects of natural capital, other critical aspects like biodiversity are yet to be fully accounted in business decision-making.
Read Prue's new blog on how conservation science can help…
Prue Addison, ICCS Knowledge Exchange Fellow, outlines some of the tools from the conservation science toolbox which can help address the challenges that businesses are grappling with relating to measuring, evaluating and acting on biodiversity performance.
Our first ever Wildlife Trade Symposium took place from 25-27th September 2017. The event was a resounding success and jammed full of fascinating talks, presentations and workshops.
You can watch the presentations given on the first day here: