The ultimate ambition of a natural capital approach is for nature to be managed in a way that delivers the best outcome for society.
Everyone likes to talk about success, but for improving the practice of conservation, understanding how and why interventions fail is often more useful than understanding why they succeed.
This project will help translate citizen science species monitoring into conservation action in Africa.
Voluntary standards and safeguards are a key part of the transition towards sustainable production.
The Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) partnership is tasked with developing a map of key sites for life on earth that can guide both governments, industry and conservation partners to safeguard sites tha
The decline in long-distance migrant landbird populations is an important, growing conservation concern. This has prompted much new targeted research but an overview and gap analysis is lacking.
Biodiversity is insufficiently incorporated into private sector natural capital assessments.
There is a growing demand for data to track the changing state of biodiversity, such as trends in species’ populations.
Understanding where threats to wildlife are greatest is important for prioritising and planning responses.