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Herramientas Económicas para la Conservación de la Naturaleza - México 2014

32 profesionales del sector público, privado y académico de Conservación y Ciencias de México y del Sistema Arrecifal Mesoamericano, participaron del curso Herramientas Económicas para la Conservación de la Naturaleza realizado por primera vez en México. El curso de 2 semanas, se llevó a cabo en el Posgrado de Ciencias Biológicas de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Gracias a nuestros socios mexicanos (UNAM, COBI, EDF, FMCN, GIZ y TNC) quienes hicieron posible esta realización con mucho éxito.

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CSF awarded $100,000 from Handsel Foundation for work in Africa

CSF was recently awarded $100,000 to expand our trainings, analyses, collaborative field work in Africa, thanks to the generosity of the Handsel Foundation.

Resplendent Roadkill, Almost

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On a clear day from the top of western Panama’s 11,400-foot Volcán Barú, you can see the Pacific Ocean to the south and the azure Caribbean to the north. A little harder to spot is the best route around the dormant volcano, the centerpiece of the 35,000-acre Volcán Barú National Park. In 2003, CSF and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) performed an analysis to find out.

Safari Economics: Making More of Tanzania's Megafauna

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http://conservation-strategy.org?1384467323

Tanzania’s national parks teem with the big storybook animals: rhinoceroses, lions, elephants and hippopotami.  Only a few parks however, have historically teemed with visitors.

All That Glitters is Grass

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Capim dourado means “golden grass” in Portuguese. Whether rooted in soil or pulled from the ground, capim dourado’s thin stems glow with a golden iridescence, and can be woven into bags, hats, baskets and even jewelry. Hundreds of Brazilian artisans in the northern state of Tocantins depend on it for their livelihood.

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Kenya
Hydroelectric complex
Completed
107 hectares
Name of development company or institution: 
MMM
Number of hectares affected in Ecosystem 1: 
88 hectares
Number of hectares affected in Ecosystem 2: 
99 hectares
Number of hectares affected in Ecosystem 3: 
99 hectares
Number of hectares affected in other ecosystems: 
99 hectares
Total number of hectares affected: 
107 hectares
location country: 
- None -

Heritage oil and gas exploration operations; Bbegeri 1 well

Uganda
Oil exploration
Completed
Feasibility study: 
No
EIA : 
Approved
Economic/cost-benefit analysis: 
No
Name of development company or institution: 
Heritage Oil and Gas U Limited
Financing body: 
Heritage Oil and Gas U Limited
Name of environmental and social standards applied to the project: 
The Environment Act, Cap. 153,The Water Act, Cap 152,The Uganda Wildlife Act,Cap 200,The Occuptional Saftey and Health Act, 2006,The National Environment(Noise Standards and Control) Regulations, 2003,The Water (Waste Discharge)Regulation,1998),The National Environment (Waste Management ) Regulations 1999,The National Environement (Noise Standards and Control(Regulation, 2003The Draft Air Quality Standards for Uganda,The Land Act, Cap 227
Protected area: 
Within a protected area
Name of protected area: 
Murchison Falls National Park
Type of land-use: 
Recreational/tourism
location country: 
- None -
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