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

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”

Virtual Policy Forum Series on the Future of Landscape Conservation

The Network for Landscape Conservation is hosting a Virtual Policy Forum Series on the future of landscape conservation—a chance to learn from leaders in the field, share ideas, and explore together the challenges and opportunities necessary for conservation success. The Forums are open to everyone and are a particularly useful resource for policymakers and practitioners to help navigate the changing political, economic, social, and environmental landscapes.

By |2021-03-23T12:30:44-06:00March 23rd, 2021|Events, Policy|0 Comments

The Road to Recovery: How Wildlife Corridors are Smart Economic Investments

As we deal with the economic and health fallout of COVID-19, and look to rebuild our economy and future, the smartest recovery plans will include measures to conserve wildlife habitat connectivity. Projects designed to connect habitat—such as wildlife crossing structures that span roads and highways—not only create healthier and safer landscapes and communities; they also create local jobs, bolster domestic manufacturing, provide a boost to the outdoor recreation industry, and stimulate ecological restoration economies.

By |2021-02-18T10:36:24-07:00February 11th, 2021|Corridors and Crossings, Policy|0 Comments

Preparing for the Future: How Wildlife Corridors Help Increase Climate Resilience

As people throughout the United States—and across the globe—contend with a major pandemic, we also continue to face another grave threat: climate change. One only needs to pick up a newspaper or turn on the television to learn of the most recent natural disaster to devastate a community, from forest fires and extreme drought to hurricanes and floods.

NACCB 2020 Policy Declaration: A Call to Action for Connectivity

The North American Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) has released its official policy declaration titled Advance Ecological Connectivity Implementation in the Rocky Mountains and North America. CLLC is proud to have supported the drafting of this innovative call to action and now looks forward to promoting its implementation.

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