The guidance note illustrates the challenges, experiences and lessons learned across GWP and ASL projects on ecological corridors and connectivity. Sub-themes include spatial connectivity planning, governance, management and monitoring plans and public participation in connectivity.
The Global Wildlife Program's 2022 Annual Report showcases creative problem solving, innovative uses of technology and deep partnerships with local communities that are yielding impressive results.
This blog discusses how gender is being mainstreamed in GWP projects in Tanzania, Panama and Indonesia as well as tips for projects to integrate gender components into conservation activities.
Impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic have reverberated across the nature-based tourism sector. This second edition aims to collect and share the many resources that have emerged over the last two years to support nature-based tourism destinations and stakeholders to recover and reset in the face of the pandemic.
The guidance note illustrates the most recurrent challenges, experiences, and lessons learned across GWP projects to support coordination among national law enforcement agencies responsible for addressing wildlife crime and trafficking.
With the help of technology, protected area authorities, rangers, NGOs and practitioners are combating poaching and illegal wildlife trade and monitoring wildlife. Explore the conservation technology ebook to find out more about what technologies are in the forefront of conservation.
The GWP and ASL launches an up-to-date collection of resources, articles, guidelines, books, webpages, and more, on Ecological Corridors and Connectivity. Explore this interactive E-library to find out the latest knowledge and data for improving habitats and conserving wildlife.
Habitat loss and fragmentation are key threats that drive biodiversity loss worldwide. A workshop series commissioned by the GWP and Amazon Sustainable Landscapes Program is promoting the exchange of knowledge and access to the latest connectivity and corridors science for their national projects.