Field Demonstrations: Protecting nature for the benefit of people worldwide

Protecting nature for the benefit of people worldwide

Conservation International (CI) implements field programs that demonstrate how conserving and valuing nature results in positive impacts for people. Field programs provide lessons, insights and successes that are scaled-up and amplified through innovative policies, new economic opportunities, capacity building and communication efforts.

The conservation of biodiversity is an essential component of our field programs. Species are the building blocks of ecosystems from which we derive so many benefits, therefore we must preserve biodiversity in order to secure our own future.

DOWNLOAD: Field Programs: Protecting nature for the benefit of people worldwide (PDF - 2.15 MB)

 

CI develops field demonstrations in specific geographies where the relationship among healthy ecosystems, ecosystem services and human well-being can be maximized. The approaches implemented in these areas are informed by cutting-edge science, and the results benefit people. Worldwide, CI is working directly in 31 countries and supporting work through partners in 42 additional countries.

ABROLHOS

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DOWNLOAD: Abrolhos seascape, Brazil 
(PDF - 1.41 MB)
 
en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

BIRD'S HEAD


DOWNLOAD: Bird's Head Seascape
(PDF - 843 KB)

BOLIVIA

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DOWNLOAD: Municipalities and indigenous communities: Toward a nature-based economy, Bolivia
(PDF - 1.36 MB)

en espa�ol

CAMBODIA
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DOWNLOAD: Cardamom mountains, Cambodia
(PDF - 1.18 MB)

en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

CHINA
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DOWNLOAD: Bringing benefits to communities, China
(PDF - 1.67 MB)

COLOMBIA

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DOWNLOAD: Chingaza-Sumapaz-P�ramo de Guerrero conservation corridor, Colombia
(PDF - 1.22 MB)

en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

COOK ISLANDS MARINE PARK


DOWNLOAD: Creating the Cook Islands Marine Park
(PDF - 1.53 MB)

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

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DOWNLOAD: Toward a green economy, Democratic Republic of Congo
(PDF - 1.53 MB)

en fran�ais 

ECUADOR

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DOWNLOAD: Bridging the gap between forest conservation and poverty alleviation, Ecuador
(PDF - 1.51 MB)

en espa�ol

EQUATORIAL GUINEA

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DOWNLOAD: An emerging frontier of conservation and development, Equatorial Guinea
(PDF - 1.36 MB)

FIJI

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DOWNLOAD: Sustainable Development for the Well-being of Fiji's People
(PDF - 314 KB)

GUATEMALA

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DOWNLOAD: Confirming the role of indigenous cultures in conservation, Guatemala
(PDF - 1.13 MB)

en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

LIBERIA

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DOWNLOAD: Valuing nature for real and lasting economic growth, Liberia
(PDF - 1.50 MB)

en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

LIBERIA, NIMBA MOUNTAINS

DOWNLOAD: Balancing Business and Conservation, Liberia
(PDF - 1.50 MB)
MADAGASCAR

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DOWNLOAD: The Ankeniheny-Zahamena corridor, Madagascar
(PDF - 1.66 MB)

en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

MEXICO

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DOWNLOAD: Sierra Madre de Chiapas, Mexico
(PDF - 1.61 MB)

en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

NEW CALEDONIA

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DOWNLOAD: Integrated coastal watershed management, New Caledonia
(PDF - 1.19 MB)

en fran�ais

PERU

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DOWNLOAD: Madre de Dios, Peru
(PDF - 1.00 MB)

en espa�ol

SOUTH AFRICA

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DOWNLOAD:
Namaqualand, South Africa
(PDF - 1.55 MB)

SOUTHERN AFRICA

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DOWNLOAD: Securing water and food in Miombo-Mopane woodland, Southern Africa
(PDF - 1.07 MB)

SULU-SULAWESI

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DOWNLOAD: Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape (PDF - 1.32 MB)

en espa�ol   |   em portugu�s   |   en fran�ais

      Field Demonstrations; Human Well-being; Ecosystem Services