Global Conservation Case Study Competition

Every two years, the Conservation Coaches Network and the Conservation Measure Partnership run a case study competition. The competition is a great way to share your experience with adaptive management in conservation–and earn a travel award while you’re at it!…

Webinar with Examples of Conservation Standards in Practice

As part of ongoing efforts on the part of Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP) and Conservation Coaches Network (CCNet) to increase sharing and learning across the Conservation Standards community, CMP has invited CCNet participants to join the presentation portion of CMP’s membership call.  In their quarterly calls, they…

Updates to the Open Standards Website!

Flamingos foraging in Axios Delta, Greece.  Photo credit Markos Markoudis We’ve heard from you that the Open Standards website is a critical resource for learning and communicating. We’ve also heard it has been hard to navigate the site and find the resources you need.…

What has the CMP and CCNet Review Committee been Doing?

Do you know we have a CMP-CCNet Committee that reviews Conservation Standards guidance? With an increasing amount of Conservation Standards guidance being produced, it can be challenging for conservation practitioners to find the best materials on a particular topic or…

Launch of Miradi Share 2.0 

Story from Nick Salafsky (Foundations of Success) and the Miradi team The Miradi team is pleased to announce the launch of Miradi Share 2.0! You asked for a fresh, collaborative way to design and manage your conservation work, and we listened.…

Updated Healthy Country Planning Materials Available

Story from Frank Weisenberger and Stuart Cowell Healthy Country Planning (HCP) is an adaptation of the Conservation Standards that has been used for nearly a decade to help Aboriginal people in Australia look after their “country”–their homelands, waters, culture, and the…

Korean translation of OS v3.0 now available

The Open Standards have now been translated into 9 languages!  The latest translation for Korea was released in January of 2019. Many thanks to the hard work of the contributors: Jeong Eun (Anya) Lim, Moonhyun Shin, Baekjun Kim, Raeha Jang, Heejong Kim,…