Conservation

... is what we all need

Policy

... is how we can get it

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The Corvus Centre for Conservation Policy is a not-for-profit organization
whose vision is that public policy actively supports biodiversity.
Our work involves:
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supporting decision makers working on behalf of nature 

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creating, gathering, and disseminating the science and information needed to improve conservation policy

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designing and evaluating conservation policy

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facilitating the pragmatic application of research into the policy process

The Centre's work focuses on four Conservation Themes
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LAND USE AND 
BIODIVERSITY 

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FINANCE AND 
BIODIVERSITY 

How we approach the conservation policy challenge

The Corvus Centre for Conservation Policy pursues its mission by undertaking work on a project-by-project basis. While each project ties to the Conservation Themes, it takes one of the following three approaches: 

Applied and Applying Research 

  • Projects that focus on undertaking applied research or on actively incorporating science and evidence into decision making in support of biodiversity 

 

Program Facilitation 

  • Projects that focus on providing capacity, training, or expertise, or otherwise improving the ability of decision makers to deliver programs in support of biodiversity 

 

Knowledge Mobilization 

  • Actively informing and catalyzing the policy discussion around biodiversity conservation, working to both ‘bring in’ background knowledge and to ‘send out’ information.