What to Expect from Conservation Standards Version 4.0

You’ve probably heard about the release of version 4.0 of the Conservation Standards. Have wondered, “Is it worth taking a look? What could be so different?” Read on for some highlights. We hope you’ll be persuaded to explore more on your own!   Updating…

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.…

Conservation Standards Products Survey Report

Story from Erica Cochrane (International Crane Foundation) Remember back in August and September of 2019 when a survey went around asking you for feedback on Open Standards products and tools? To the 110 people who completed the survey, thank you…

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…

Applying the Open Standards to Landscape-level Initiatives

Story from Dave Kramer, The Colombia Rising Project & ANIIP (Austin Network of International Impact Professionals) San Cosme – Punta Mechudo Landscape in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Photo by Miguel Ángel de la Cueva A group of coaches and coaches-in-training from…