The Center for Large Landscape Conservation works at the landscape scale to conserve important ecosystems in the West and the wildlife corridors that connect them. The Center uses science to inform collaborative efforts between federal and state agencies and communities who work to conserve important habitat across the region and beyond.
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for synthesizing and leveraging Belt and Road Initiative reports
This grant will help the Center for Large Landscape Conservation promote opportunities and develop strategies for improving climate and biodiversity safeguards in the Global South in Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries. BRI is a Chinese government led strategy that focuses on deploying investment, finance and trade in emerging economies, mostly concentrated in Africa, Southeast and Central Asia, and Latin America). (Substrategy: China National Policy)
for general operating support
The nonprofit Center for Large Landscape Conservation works with partners to inform federal and state efforts to advance the policy and practice of wildlife corridor conservation. The center works to protect, maintain, and restore ecological connectivity for wildlife in the face of a changing climate. This also includes developing innovative designs for wildlife highway-crossing structures. The center provides research and technical support for connectivity conservation efforts across public (federal and state), private, and tribal lands throughout the Western U.S. (Substrategy: Advance Conservation Protections)