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Center for Species Survival Brazil

Center for Species Survival Brazil

Center for Species
Survival Brazil

A hub to boost species conservation efforts

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The Conservation Planning Specialist Group is part of the IUCN Species Survival Commission and is supported by a non-profit organization, the Global Conservation Network.

CPSG saves threatened species through conservation planning that increases the effectiveness of conservation efforts worldwide

CPSG saves threatened species through conservation planning that increases the effectiveness of conservation efforts worldwide

For 40 years, CPSG has accomplished this by using scientifically sound, collaborative processes that bring together people with diverse perspectives and knowledge to catalyze positive conservation change. CPSG is working to assure that every species that needs a plan is covered by an effective, implemented plan.

CPSG provides species conservation planning expertise to governments, IUCN SSC Specialist Groups, zoos and aquariums, and other wildlife organizations.

CPSG has 7 principles and 8 steps that are essential elements in the development and implementation of effective species conservation plans (See CPSG Species Conservation Planning Principles and Steps).

For 40 years, CPSG has accomplished this by using scientifically sound, collaborative processes that bring together people with diverse perspectives and knowledge to catalyze positive conservation change. CPSG is working to assure that every species that needs a plan is covered by an effective, implemented plan.

CPSG provides species conservation planning expertise to governments, IUCN SSC Specialist Groups, zoos and aquariums, and other wildlife organizations.

CPSG has 7 principles and 8 steps that are essential elements in the development and implementation of effective species conservation plans (See CPSG Species Conservation Planning Principles and Steps).

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