|Location||City, Country & Regions||Location Type|
|Countries:||United States of America|
Includes Sustainable Development Goals from the organization and its locations.
|Protect and Restore Ecosystems (SDG 6.6)|
Includes tags from the organization and its locations.
Water-Related Vulnerability Assessments
Communications & outreach
Research & analysis
|Org. Type:||NGO / Civil Society|
|Org. Size:||Small (10 - 99 Employees)|
|Resources:||Conservation International and BHP: Biodiversity Impacts and Benefits Framework, Conservation International: Landscape Assessment Framework, Freshwater Health Index|
Conservation International (CI) works to ensure a healthy and productive planet for us all. Yet economic and infrastructure development, which are so necessary for human well-being, can also have serious impacts on nature. That is why CI is working at every level – from remote villages to the offices of presidents and premiers – to help move whole societies toward a smarter development path. Through science, policy and field work, we're applying smart solutions to protect ...
Conservation International (CI) works to ensure a healthy and productive planet for us all. Yet economic and infrastructure development, which are so necessary for human well-being, can also have serious impacts on nature. That is why CI is working at every level – from remote villages to the offices of presidents and premiers – to help move whole societies toward a smarter development path. Through science, policy and field work, we're applying smart solutions to protect the resources that we all depend on. We help communities, countries and societies protect tropical forests, lush grasslands, rivers, wetlands, abundant lakes and the sea. Only through properly valuing the essential services these ecosystems provide can we create a sustainable development path that will benefit all people for generations to come.
Through the Center for Environmental Leadership in Business (CELB), CI works in partnership with leaders in key industries to: reduce companies’ ecological footprint, harness the power of supply chains to drive the widespread adoption of good practices, invest strategically in ... Learn More
FIJI Water has also been working with Conservation International on a large-scale reforestation project in Fiji to restore a total of 2,800 acres of degraded grasslands on the island of Viti Levu. Aside from long-term environmental benefits, this project will ... Learn More
Mangroves are threatened by agriculture, tourism, and logging. This project conserves and restores 27,000 acres of natural mangrove forests. The project will remove an estimated 1 million tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in its lifetime. In partnership with ... Learn More
Starbucks and Conservation International began an assessment of the water component of the Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices program in 2008, focused on 2 stages in the coffee value chain: cultivating, growing and harvesting coffee using methods that avoid ... Learn More
A multi-step framework that considers site-specific biological complexity and aims to evaluate the effectiveness of the biodiversity-focused activities undertaken by BHP, both “inside the fence” as a part of mitigating its operational activities, and “outside the fence” as a part ... Learn More
A structure for measuring, monitoring and communicating the sustainability of a landscape to guide local activities, inform policy and advise investments. The Landscape Assessment Framework is not a system for monitoring and evaluation of project outcomes, but rather of indicators ... Learn More
Developers: Conservation International
The index measures the overall health of a watershed by making clear connections between the ecosystem and the benefits it provides to people. It allows resource managers, engineers, policy makers and other stakeholders to evaluate scenarios, understand tradeoffs, prioritize interventions ... Learn More
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