Un estudio hecho por Conservación Estratégica descubrió algunas cosas sobre la viabilidad económica de 75 proyectos viales planificados en la cuenca amazónica.
In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, CSF Indonesia held its first-ever webinar as a part of our collaborative engagement with the Sintang District Government in West Kalimantan, Indonesia for its Green Sintang Action Plan.
All aboard! The Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) and the Office of the Pacific Ocean Commissioner (OPOC), in partnership with Conservation Strategy Fund, the Conservation Finance Alliance (CFA) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), embarked over a year ago on the journey of the Pacific Ocean Finance Fellowship Program.
Watch the latest video from our economic video series, where we present the findings from our most recent study, "A better Amazon road network for people and the environment."
Conservation Strategy Fund stands in solidarity with all those around the world fighting for racial justice and accountability. We recognize that the killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd are only the most recent examples of our long history of institutionalized and systemic racism in the United States. We also recognize that we have a long way to go towards addressing our history of racism and inequality in this country.
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Conservation Strategy Fund Leads Landmark Study on the Risks and Returns of Planned Road Projects in the Amazon
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Photo: Solid oil spills in front of a Bintan Island resort. Photo credit: Ani Suryanti Case Study of Bintan Island, Riau Islands
Photo: Workshop participants. Photo credit: Jaqueline Hombono, Secretariat for the Environment, Amapá State
Marine Fellowship Program mentors and participants in Gorontalo, making a “c” for conservation sign. Photo credit: Setia Dewi