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Follow the latest developments in linkages of Communities, Conservation and Livelihoods, around the world. In particular, see what is happening across the Community Conservation Research Network, including research news, publications and meetings. To stay updated subscribe here to the Community Conservation Newsletter or use the signup field to the right. To read all our past newsletters follow this link to the CCRN Newsletters.

the Tipping Points Team partnered with CCRN affiliate the Haida Nation and Parks Canada to develop a better understanding of the drivers, dynamics and trade-offs associated with past and potential ecosystem shifts in the Gwaii Haanas National Park, Gwaii Haanas National Marine Conservation Area Reserve and Haida Heritage Site....

CCRN PhD Student Cintia Gillam chose two communities in Timor-Leste, Vila Maumeta and Tutuala, as case studies for her dissertation. Cintia has recently returned from Timor-Lest where she was collecting field data....

The CCRN organised a special session for IASC 2017 (July 10-14) titled “Understanding success at the interface of conservation and sustainable livelihoods – insights from the Community Conservation Research Network”...

CCRN Director Tony Charles organised a special session for MARE 2017 “Coastal Communities, Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods"...

During the 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress, marine conservation practitioners and researchers (including CCRN affiliate Nathan Bennet) met to discuss the need for a code of conduct for marine conservation...

Dr. Merrie, who recently received his PhD in sustainability science, utilized various forms of art (Science Fiction, graphics, and music) to communicate sustainability in alternative ways, that may resonate more strongly with communities than academic papers...

CCRN Member Sadie Beaton authored an article describing the risks the Alton Gas project, located in Nova Scotia, Canada, poses to the Sipekne’katik River and what the Water Protectors from the Mi’kmaw First Nation are doing to address this issue....