“Conservation needs to move beyond random acts of kindness and instead mobilize strategic coordinated action” – Sally Jewel, former Secretary of the Interior, addressing 2016 IUCN World Congress
Registration details for the 2023 Fall Session here.
GLMV Architecture’s Zoo Division and the IUCN Species Survival Commission have partnered to facilitate conservation impact workshops that provide any size organization with a foundation for operationalizing their own pragmatic, compelling, and impactful conservation efforts. These workshops support organizations in establishing an understanding of existing conservation programs and in prioritizing, organizing, and measuring initiatives. At the conclusion of the workshop, organizations have clarity of purpose and an articulated strategy to deliver on their conservation mission.
In each 3-part series, participants:
Photo credit: Kira Mileham
November 2nd, 16th, 30th | 3pm - 5pm EST
Workshops are limited to 5 organizations.
Dr. Kira Mileham, Global Director of Strategic Partnerships, IUCN Species Survival Commission
Mike Clifford, Strategy Director, Reverse the Red
Jen Charette, Zoo Community Impact Manager, GLMV Architecture, Zoo Division
Previous participants include:
Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum of Natural History
Little Rock Zoo
Red River Zoo
Riverbanks Zoo and Aquarium
Roger Williams Park Zoo
San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance
St. Louis Zoo
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