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  1. Fellows in Focus: Mapping Our Most Resilient Landscapes

    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2024
    By Jon Gorey, February 16, 2024

    How a web of connected lands could save the planet's species--including us

  2. As India Grows Rapidly, Conservationists Seek New Strategies

    Revista Land Lines
    Dezembro 2023
    By Jon Gorey, December 19, 2023

    A team from the International Land Conservation Network spent two and half weeks in India exploring the country's land conservation practices and policy

  3. En busca de puntos en común

    Grupos de conservación y defensores de la vivienda asequible exploran nuevas opciones de colaboración
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2023
    Por Audrea Lim

    Debido a que enfrentamos crisis interconectadas relacionadas con la equidad, la capacidad de pago y el clima, algunos fideicomisos de conservación del suelo y fideicomisos de suelo...

  4. Assessing Land for Climate Resilience

    A guide to The Nature Conservancy’s resilient and connected network
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Outubro 2023
    Mark Anderson

    Across the planet, climate change is exacerbating already-critical biodiversity loss that is degrading landscape connectivity, habitats, and livability across species. Motivated by the urgency of...

  5. Nature’s Toolbox: Fungi, Marshes, and Other Unsung Climate Heroes

    Revista Land Lines
    Setembro 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 19, 2023

    Trees are often touted as carbon-storage superheroes, but researchers have begun to document the role of other natural carbon sinks, from coastal salt marshes to microscopic fungi to elephants and other animal species.

  6. Building a Landscape Conservation Approach

    The potential for Regional Conservation and Climate Partnerships in Canada
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Agosto 2023
    Sarah Winterton

    This working paper reviews the growth of Regional Conservation Partnerships (RCPs) in the United States and the outcomes being achieved by those operating in Canada to determine whether and how these...

  7. Laura Johnson Receives Kingsbury Browne Award and Fellowship

    Revista Land Lines
    Setembro 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 8, 2023

    Laura Johnson, a lifelong conservationist with more than 35 years of experience in nonprofit management, has been named the 2023–2024 Kingsbury Browne Fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land...

  8. Finding Common Ground: Land Trusts and CLTs Explore New Collaborations

    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2023
    By Audrea Lim, July 10, 2023

    Open space and affordable housing are often pitted against each other, but healthy communities need both.

  9. Overview of the National Park System Reform Process in China

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Junho 2023
    Yufei Wang, Yixin Hu, and Jingyi Liu

    China is at a turning point from a high economic growth rate to a low one, and the country needs to carry out policy reforms for better governance. In recent years, the National Park system reform...

  10. How Restoring Animal Populations Can Supercharge Carbon Absorption

    Revista Land Lines
    Maio 2023
    By Jon Gorey, May 24, 2023

    New research confirms the critical role animals play in addressing climate change, from the desert to the deep sea.


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