The Luc Hoffmann Institute is in the midst of convening an ambitious and wide-ranging initiative, Conservation Futures, which seeks to redefine nature conservation for a sustainable future where development coexists with a healthy planet.
The initiative – a partnership between UN Environment Programme, the Oxford Martin School and the Luc Hoffmann Institute – aims to contribute to the policy timeline leading to the 2020 Convention on Biological Diversity conference.
A new Conservation Futures initiative design proposal has been incubated and co-produced by project partners, and is now published for wide consultation.
See the Conservation Futures project design proposal below:
Conservation Futures purpose and design – proposal for consultation
Feedback is very welcome. Please send any input or questions by 24 August to Mark Halle, interim coordinator.