The China Global Conservation Fund is providing assistance to path-breaking conservation projects around the world.
The China Global Conservation Fund is advancing Conservancy projects in Indonesia, Mexico, Kenya and other countries all over the world. Here are a few examples.
Support from the CGCF is enabling the Conservancy to demonstrate the benefits of fisheries co-management in key community projects in the U.S. Gulf of Maine, Peru’s artisanal fisheries and Papua New Guinea.
In the Solomon Islands, the CGCF is helping the Conservancy use our Development by Design process to help shape the future of mining in the Solomon Islands and contribute to a model of fair, equitable and informed development.
The CGCF is enabling the Conservancy to provide our technical expertise to help Cuba develop a sustainable conservation vision and protect and restore its coral resources.
In Mexico, the CGCF is helping the Conservancy implement Hydropower by Design—a science-based approach that balances energy generation with protection of environmental resources and social values within a river basin.
In Indonesia, the CGCF is advancing Conservancy work around Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
MPAs help protect the resources that marine communities in Indonesia depend on for their livelihoods.
That way, fish stocks and coral reefs in Indonesia can recover and keep on providing for people and nature.
In Brazil and Peru, the CGCF will help indigenous groups protect the Amazon and species like this Tufted Capuchin.
We've been working with the Oiapoque people since 2001 to demonstrate how biodiversity conservation can work alongside economic, social, and cultural needs.
The CGCF will help further work with local communities and university researchers to keep river turtle populations stable.
In Africa, the CGCF will advance work being done to protect species like the endangered Hirola antelope in Kenya.
Africa and China might lie half a world away from each other, but, through the CGCF, they're pooling expertise and resources to confront the conservation challenges that affect us all.