2010 CLN Digest
New Partnerships / New Courses Piloted in 2010!
In 2010, the Conservation Leadership Network developed and offered two new pilot courses designed to address pressing problems and to facilitate conservation on the ground: Conservation Banking, a course for regulators, users, and bankers; and a course entitled Planning for Climate Change Using a Green Infrastructure Approach. We engaged new partners with both of these courses! Additionally, we welcomed many other new partners this year including the European Union Commission! Read more>>
Spurring Community Economic Development in 2010
The Conservation Leadership Network was invited this year to work with four areas of the country (Unicoi County in Tennessee, the South Mountain Region of Pennsylvania, Southeastern Michigan, and the New River Gorge in West Virginia) as they seek to develop regional strategies for generating economic development while safeguarding their community character and natural assets. Read more>>
Mission of CLN
The goal of the Conservation Leadership Network is to bring together diverse constituencies to forge conservation solutions on the ground! While the development and offering of training programs plays a major role in achieving on-the-ground results, CLN also meets its goals through sustainability consulting, technical assistance/capacity building, and the development of strategic innovative projects that prove to be ground-breaking and offer transferable strategies. We like to work at the nexus of the environment and economy, and look forward to expanding our partnership opportunities in 2011! Read more>>