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The Conservation Leadership Programme promotes the development of future leaders and provides them with the capacity to address the most pressing conservation issues of our time.


The Conservation Leadership Programme was established by four internationally renowned conservation organizations to advance high-priority biodiversity conservation globally by building the leadership skills of early-career conservation professionals working in places with limited capacity.


The CLP partners include: BirdLife International, Conservation International, Fauna & Flora International, and Wildlife Conservation Society. CLP has benefited from the funding of BP, which has been a key partner in this collaboration for 25 years. These partners are working together to deliver CLP with a common vision to empower conservationists to lead and affect change for a better future for all life on Earth.


CLP provides a range of support and advice to early-career conservationists in developing countries through a conservation grants program, short-term training courses, mentoring exchanges and networking opportunities.

For more information, visit the CLP website.

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Edit Item Text:Identify and engage individuals from around the world who are early in their career, display a strong commitment to conservation and demonstrate leadership potential.
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    EditImage Alt Text:Night falls over Rio de Janeiro. © Nikada

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