The Center’s Statement on the Biden Administration’s “America the Beautiful” Report

Read the statement from Gary Tabor, president of the Center for Large Landscape Conservation, on the Biden administration’s “Conserving and Restoring America the Beautiful" report, which recommends a national, 10-year, locally led campaign to restore the nation’s lands and waters.

By |2021-05-06T14:55:58-06:00May 6th, 2021|Climate Resilience, Corridors and Crossings, News and Updates, Policy|Comments Off on The Center’s Statement on the Biden Administration’s “America the Beautiful” Report

Connecting Youth for Nature: Experiences from the Global Youth Summit

Akash Patil of India spoke of his first encounter with a leopard and his subsequent commitment to a career in conservation. Nayla Azmi told a story of growing up in an Indonesian palm oil plantation and her journey to become an orangutan protector. Sarah Kulis, a recent graduate from West Virginia University, and legally blind, encouraged other aspiring conservationists with disabilities to persevere. These were three of the young storytellers who shared their experiences in conservation at the Center's workshop at the recent IUCN Global Youth Summit.

By |2021-05-04T11:37:00-06:00May 4th, 2021|Events, International Connectivity, Mentorship, Networking|Comments Off on Connecting Youth for Nature: Experiences from the Global Youth Summit

UN Adopts Landmark Resolution “Nature Knows No Borders”

Recently, the United Nations General Assembly adopted an unprecedented resolution recognizing the critical importance of ecological connectivity worldwide. The resolution, sponsored by Kyrgyzstan and signed by 60 other countries, encourages all 193 country members to enhance habitat and species connectivity to preserve ecosystems and wildlife corridors that share borders between countries.

By |2021-05-01T08:50:49-06:00May 1st, 2021|International Connectivity, News and Updates, Policy|Comments Off on UN Adopts Landmark Resolution “Nature Knows No Borders”
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