Recent Submissions

  • Program of payments for environmental services in Costa Rica 

    Author(s):Hernández, Natalia Arce
    Date Issued:2011-10
    Format:born digital; presentations (communicative events)
    Programs using payments for environmental services to help conserve natural resources have become more and more popular around the world during the last two decades. Costa Rica has been a leader in this field and now has ...
  • Supporting community-based conservation 

    Author(s):Bartecchi, David C.
    Date Issued:2011-09
    Format:born digital; digital audio formats; presentations (communicative events)
    David will be talking about Village Earth's Global Affiliate model, an approach to supporting grassroots organizations around the world that he developed through his fellowship with the CCC. The affiliate model is designed ...
  • Science narratives: inspiring participation in large landscape conservation in Australia 

    Author(s):Wyborn, Carina
    Date Issued:2011-09
    Format:born digital; digital audio formats; presentations (communicative events)
    Large landscape 'connectivity conservation' initiatives are rapidly gaining prominence across the world. They are motivated by a desire to halt biodiversity decline and preserve ecosystem processes in the face of climate ...
  • People's Way Project: how traditional way of knowing the land led to the creation of the most extensive wildlife-sensitive highway in North America, The 

    Author(s):Skyelander, Kim
    Date Issued:2011-11
    Format:born digital; digital audio formats; presentations (communicative events)
    For more than 10 years the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (the tribal government of the Flathead Indian Reservation), the Montana Dept. of Transportation (MDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) tried ...
  • Indigenous peoples and the collaborative stewardship of nature 

    Author(s):Sherman, Kathleen Pickering; Sherman Richard T.
    Date Issued:2011-10
    Format:born digital; digital audio formats; presentations (communicative events)
    On the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Lakota environmental values are embodied in historical, cultural and spiritual connections with land and wildlife. These values are often lost or disregarded in Western ...
  • Empowering or alienating communities: conservation in Maasailand, East Africa 

    Author(s):Goldman, Mara J.
    Date Issued:2011-09
    Format:born digital; digital audio formats; presentations (communicative events)
    Rangelands used by Maasai pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in northern Tanzania and southern Kenya also provide essential wet season forage for various wildlife species. In an effort to assure the continued availability ...
  • Indigenous landscapes: of mind, spirit and place 

    Author(s):Scharf, Lee
    Date Issued:2011-10
    Format:born digital; digital audio formats; presentations (communicative events)
    Worldwide, Indigenous Peoples such as Native American nations, participate in collaborative processes with national, state, local agencies, and other Indigenous Peoples as they address conservation and natural resource ...