All posts tagged: sustainable development

Araucaria araucana Monkey puzzle tree showing detail of bark on a very old tree. Araucanía Region, Chile

Improve conservation impact – understand the local context

Do you work for an environmental or sustainable development organisation and want to assess the value of ecosystem services to help achieve your conservation goals? If the answer is yes, a ‘context diagnostic tool’ described in this new video series is for you. Over the past decade, conservation NGOs and other players have increasingly used

Giant frailejones in paramos  Chiles Volcano area, bordering the Awa Reserve  La Planada Nature Reserve, Colombia

Climate change, biodiversity and the peace process in Colombia

By Claudia Munera Roldan and Carolina Figueroa of the Luc Hoffmann Institute Conservation Futures project. In 2012 the latest efforts towards a peace process in Colombia began to put an end to a 52 year- conflict with the FARC. After lengthy negotiations, the Colombian Congress finally approved the peace agreement in December 2016. The uncertainty

Luc Hoffmann Institute Workshop

Enabling co-creation: aligning values, rules and knowledge

By Lorrae van Kerkhoff, member of the leadership team for the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s Conservation Futures project which helps protected area managers and agencies plan for future ecosystem changes. How do we improve? In the context of sustainable development, we continually confront the question of how we can develop meaningful and positive actions towards a