Conservation Innovation Update: 4th Qtr 2010
Conservation Finance Forum:
Lions and Tigers and Bears!
December 20, 2010
Pioneers of Landscape-Scale Conservation
~This event was a Webinar and took place online.~
- Jim Levitt (moderator) - Director, Program on Conservation Innovation at Harvard Forest
- Gary Tabor (slides) - Director, Center for Large Landscape Conservation in Bozeman, Montana
- Philip Nyhus (slides) - Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Colby College
- Rob Lilieholm (slides) - E.L. Giddings Associate Professor of Forest Policy, University of Maine, Orono
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Resources - Links to resources related to this event (this list will be updated periodically).
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This Webinar was the next in a series hosted by the Conservation Finance Forum (with assistance from the Government Innovators Network), highlighting several topics of keen interest to the U.S. and international conservation communities.
Gary Tabor spoke about an initiative that aims to protect bear habitat in the subcontinental region stretching from Yellowstone to the Yukon.
Philip Nyhus discussed a recent meeting hosted in St. Petersburg, Russia by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and the Government of the Russian Federation, where thirteen "tiger range" countries agreed on a cross-continental agenda for tiger conservation.
Rob Lilieholm talked about Africa and computer models that forecast the future of such iconic open spaces as Nairobi National Park in Kenya, where lions and wildebeests roam freely.
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