Conservation Futures


Conservationists worldwide are ramping up efforts to address the serious and continued imbalance between human development and nature. Conservation Futures will explore fresh perspectives and approaches that can improve the impact of these efforts. It aims to mobilise new stakeholders, identify solutions that can be scaled up and craft a new, more positive narrative for conservation.

The project brings in top thinkers and practitioners from many sectors to tackle conservation priorities and greatly expand the community working for conservation. The initiative is a partnership between UN Environment, the Luc Hoffmann Institute and the Oxford Martin School and aims to contribute to the policy timeline leading to the 2020 Convention on Biological Diversity conference.

Project partners

Project leaders

Mark Halle, Adrian Dellecker (Luc Hoffmann Institute)

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