World Map of Projects Applying the Open Standards

Instructions shared by Felix Cybulla, Independent Adviser, Conservation Planning & Adaptive Management Did you know we have a map to record projects that are using the Open Standards, Miradi and Miradi Share? This map was initially set up by Felix, thanks…

Miradi Work Planning Just Got Better—Version 4.4 Available!

Story from Caroline Stem, Foundations of Success                                                With Miradi 4.4 it is now easier than ever to take all the great strategic planning work you do in Miradi and turn it into a logical, easy-to-follow work plan that you can…

The Open Standards for Conservation Business Processes

Story from Annette Stewart, Bush Heritage Australia Last year, I was the lucky recipient of a Fulbright scholarship to study how other conservation organisations manage their work. I see the Open Standards as a useful approach to designing and implementing…

Pacific Islands Use Open Standards for Biodiversity Project

Story from Philippa Walsh, Director at Community Solutions, Australia. In March, the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Program commissioned an Open Standards training for project teams from Republic of Nauru, Kingdom of Tonga, Cook Islands, and Tuvalu. Training participants…

Spread the use of Miradi and get a free Miradi subscription!

Over the last several years, volunteers have translated Miradi into different languages so that conservationists from around the world can use Miradi in their own language to plan, manage, and monitor conservation efforts. In return, volunteers who translate and regularly…