Training for Latin American WWF Staff

Story from Irina Montenegro, WWF-Chile. During November 2016, WWF-Chile hosted a basic training on Program and Project Management Standards (a WWF adaptation of the Open Standards) for 14 representatives from seven WWF offices in Latin America and an associated NGO, Fundación…

Open Standards for Public Protected Areas in Chile

Story from Irina Montenegro, WWF-Chile In November 2016, an introductory Open Standards workshop was held during the National Congress on Protected Public Areas in Chile. During the workshop, 30 park rangers and professional conservationists from the Chilean Ministry of Environment,…

Fire Management from Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives

Story from Mary Huffman, The Nature Conservancy and The Fire Learning Network, and Margo Robbins, Yurok Tribe Native American people walk in two worlds: their ancestral tribal world and the contemporary world, which is led by other people. When we first…

Teaching Adaptive Management to MENTOR Fellows in Africa

Story from Anne Ntongho The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s MENTOR Fellowship programs play an important role in capacity development by providing high-level training and field experience to teams of young African professionals who are committed to becoming conservation leaders.…

CCNet Global 2015-2016 Accomplishments

Here we provide a summary of our achievements. The full overview can be downloaded here. Recruiting and Training Coaches In just the past year, CCNet hosted seven workshops in Canada, Mongolia, Australia, Malaysia, United States of America (Colorado) and Kenya,…