A first-of-its-kind global development risk assessment identifies the most at-risk regions worldwide for habitat conversion.
Get some conservation inspiration in this Guardians of the Galaxy themed blog from Bruce McKenney, Development by Design Director’s trip to western Mongolia.
Joe Kiesecker, lead scientist and co-director of Development by Design explores the potential footprint from energy impacts across central Appalachia in a blog and peer reviewed journal article.
Nature Conservancy scientist Joe Kiesecker shares his images of and experiences in Mongolia, discussing its one-of-a-kind landscapes and the issues the country faces as it develops.
Scott Anderson shares his experience and impressions of Mongolia on a recent field survey with Conservancy scientists in the Gobi Desert.
Development by Design Strategy Director Bruce McKenney has been selected to serve as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Responsible Natural Resources Management. Read his blog on the importance of achieving net positive impact for nature.
Learn more about our local projects in the United States, Mongolia, Australia, and Latin America, and our efforts to expand globally.
See how we combine conservation planning with traditional mitigation approaches to do big things for conservation.
The Mongolian government recently made an enormous contribution to conservation by protecting 3.7 million acres (1.5 million hectares) of land across the country.