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  • Hot news: Release of CAML - library of results chains The Conservation Measures Partnership is proud to unveil the new Conservation Actions and Measures Library (CAML). CAML is an open-source library of Miradi results chains for the most common conservation actions. CAML entries are organized by the IUCN-CMP classification of conservation actions. As shown in the graphic below, each action contains a generic results chain, as well as standard objectives and indicators. These can be used as starting points for developing specific results chains for your conservation program. They can also form the basis for selecting common indicators to assess action effectiveness. Check out the CAML Library to see currently available chains -- or submit your own candidates for inclusion in this exciting new resource. And stay tuned for ...
    Posted Mar 27, 2014, 3:54 AM by Albertien Perdok
  • Hot news: Release of Miradi Share Miradi version 4.1 is now out, offering new features, including compatibility with Miradi Share - a web-based system for adaptively managing portfolios of conservation projects and grants. In 2005, when Miradi was introduced as a desktop software package, the “cloud” was just forming. Even then conservation teams were already asking for functions that could only be delivered via a web-based platform. Now that the cloud is here, Miradi Share is showering down functions on early adopters: Managing the “hot” file - Ever tried working on a Miradi project with multiple people straining to figure out who has the most recent version? Miradi Share solves the problem by storing the “hot” file in the cloud so that team members can ...
    Posted Mar 27, 2014, 3:52 AM by Albertien Perdok
  • Looking back at the European events in Bulgaria By Nicolas Boenisch, Conservation Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation, WWF GermanyGo here to access the 2013 European Rally resources. From 20 to 27 October 2013 we, the European franchise of CCNet, gathered in Bulgaria for three different events: a Coach Training, a Multiple-Team-Workshop (MTW) and the CCNet Europe Rally. The Coach Training was attended by approx. 20 people, the MTW by 40 people and the Rally by 35 coaches from 12 countries and about 15 organisations. The events took place at the border of Central Balkan National Park. A beautiful mountain range with up to 2300 metres of height. The Coach Training was delivered by Ilke Tilders (FOS Europe), John Morrison (WWF), Xavier Escuté (Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera. Àrea ...
    Posted Mar 27, 2014, 3:37 AM by Albertien Perdok
  • Meet some fellow coaches from the Global network! By Xavier Escuté and Albertien PerdokWhat do Jin Tong, Betty, Cristy, King Malsol Sam, Naomi, Oscar, Steven and Tamia think about when they hear 'Europe'? And what is their golden coaching tip for you? Read their short bio's below and get to know some fellow coaches from other networks!At the global coaches rally in 2013, Xavier interviewed some of fellow coaches from other CCNet franchises. It is inspiring to hear their stories and realise that all over the world coaches are united under the same mission and have the same enthusiasm for their work and improving their coaching skills. Read the stories of eight of our colleagues! NAME/ ORG: Jin Tong from TNC China REGION: China / Asia ...
    Posted Mar 27, 2014, 3:14 AM by Albertien Perdok
  • Want to know more about the Global Rally? Read Nico's story! By Nicolas Boenisch, Conservation Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation, WWF Germany You can find all the session materials and rally resources at: www.ccnetglobal.com. From 28 April to 2 May 2013 the Global CCNet Rally was held at the Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, Georgia, USA. Organised by its partner organisations WWF, TNC, FOS and Greening Australia the event united around 130 participants from about 50 organisations from all over the globe. Nine colleagues from the European franchise joined the event: Stella Vareltzidou, Ilke Tilders, Albertien Perdok, Felix Cybulla, Laura Geiger, Xavier Escute, Gunilla Kuperus, Deni Porej, and me. The ratio between plenary sessions, intense sessions on specific themes and time to connect, network and celebrate was perfect. For some people it ...
    Posted Mar 27, 2014, 2:51 AM by Albertien Perdok
  • Coach story: Using the OS in a 'Connectivity' workshop Planning the Great Mountain Corridor: from the Alps to the Cantabric mountainsBy Xavier Escuté - Project Manager, Obra Social de CatalunyaCaixa (Spain) Probably you’ve heard how important connectivity between protected areas is. Maybe you’ve heard about connectivity initiatives in mountainous areas like the Yellowstone to Yukon initiative, or the Econnect Project in the Alps… yes? Well, in 2005 the idea of ensuring connectivity between the mountain ranges in South West Europe emerged as the Great Mountain Corridor (GMC) initiative sponsored by Fundació Territori i Paisatge (now known as Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera) and supported by several other European organisations. Since then, the idea has evolved slowly and several projects have been implemented on the ground. For example through ...
    Posted Mar 17, 2014, 10:34 AM by Albertien Perdok
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