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Publish Date

January 1, 2021

Authors

Devin A. Koncar, PhD Director of Intelligence

Key Themes

  • Biodiversity
  • Connectivity
  • Urban nature

In collaboration with an unprecedented coalition of university centers across the western United States, the Salazar Center is co-hosting a new webinar series! Conservation Conversations will explore the conservation challenges of the future and identify specific policies, programs, and strategies to help secure the long-term health of the nation’s natural resources, wildlife, and landscapes, and broaden the benefits for all Americans.

This installment of the series was hosted by the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at University of Montana, and panelists discussed ways to address current conservation challenges such as racism, sexism, and longstanding practices of exclusion of BIPOC while addressing climate change, co-existence, and the loss of biodiversity so that all Americans can benefit from the knowledge and expertise that Indigenous Americans have to offer in helping to guide the conservation of our natural resources for generations to come.

Dates

Date Start Time End Time
Oct. 21, 2020 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Contact Information

Dominique Gómez: dominique.gomez@colostate.edu

Conservation Conversations webinar series

Key Themes

  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Community-based conservation
  • Diversity equity inclusion
  • Healthy landscapes
  • Indigenous conservation

In collaboration with an unprecedented coalition of university centers across the western United States, the Salazar Center is co-hosting a new webinar series! Conservation Conversations will explore the conservation challenges of the future and identify specific policies, programs, and strategies to help secure the long-term health of the nation’s natural resources, wildlife, and landscapes, and broaden the benefits for all Americans.

This installment of the series was hosted by the Ecosystem Workforce Program in collaboration between the Institute for a Sustainable Environment (University of Oregon) and the College of Forestry (Oregon State University), and panelists provided a range of perspectives from applied social science and policy action around wildfire to suggest bold new ideas about how people in the western U.S. may live with fire in the 21st century, and how conservation policy could spur more effective collective action to address wildfire risk across public and private lands.

Dates

Date Start Time End Time
Sep. 9, 2020 1:00 pm 2:00 pm

Contact Information

Dominique Gómez: dominique.gomez@colostate.edu

Conservation Conversations webinar series

Key Themes

  • Biodiversity
  • Climate adaptation
  • Climate change
  • Conservation policy
  • Resiliency

In collaboration with an unprecedented coalition of university centers across the western United States, the Salazar Center is co-hosting a new webinar series! Conservation Conversations will explore the conservation challenges of the future and identify specific policies, programs, and strategies to help secure the long-term health of the nation’s natural resources, wildlife, and landscapes, and broaden the benefits for all Americans.

The inaugural installment of the series was hosted by the University of California, Berkeley’s Institute for Parks, People and Biodiversity and explored the current effectiveness of biodiversity conservation, especially in light of climate change, within existing national parks, wilderness areas, national conservation areas, and other legally protected federal and state public lands. Panelists also discussed actions needed to meet the Convention on Biological Diversity goals of 30 by 30.

Dates

Date Start Time End Time
July 29, 2020 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Contact Information

Dominique Gómez: dominique.gomez@colostate.edu

Conservation Conversations webinar series

Key Themes

  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Connectivity
  • Conservation policy
  • Healthy landscapes
  • Large landscapes
  • Resiliency

Urban conservation is a major priority to build the resilience of cities to climate change and improve the health of city residents. In a preview of topics to be addressed at our 2020 symposium, this installment of the Connecting for Conservation webinar series explored how two unique North American cities are providing very different examples of the challenges and approaches to protect urban forests.

The webinar featured Iñaki Echeverria and Chad Townsend in a discussion of different approaches in North America to forestry efforts in urban environments.

Iñaki Echeverria

Director, Parque Ecologico Lago de Texcoco; Graduate Lecturer, PennDesign; Founder, Iñaki Echeverria Arquitectos

Learn more about Iñaki

 

Chad Townsend

Senior Planner, Environment and Sustainability, Vancouver Park Board

Learn more about the Vancouver Park Board

 

 

Dates

Date Start Time End Time
April 29, 2020 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Contact Information

Dominique Gómez: dominique.gomez@colostate.edu

Key Themes

  • Biodiversity
  • Climate adaptation
  • Healthy landscapes
  • Resiliency
  • Urban nature

Co-hosted by the Salazar Center and Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, this Summit will bring together a cross-section of conservation leaders and practitioners from across Canada, United States, and Mexico to develop a unified framework to guide and inform grassland conservation efforts and investment strategies for the next 10 years. Several grassland conservation efforts are underway, and this is an opportunity to bring them together in a unified framework. Together we will work toward common goals, address greatest needs, and contribute collectively to a sustainable landscape for migratory birds, pollinators, other wildlife, people, agriculture, and natural resource production throughout the Central Flyway.

Contact Information

Tammy VerCauteren, Executive Director, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies:
tammy.vercauteren@birdconservancy.org | 970-482-1707 x16

Location

Lory Student Center

1101 Center Ave Mall, Fort Collins, CO 80521

Key Themes

  • Biodiversity
  • Connectivity
  • Healthy landscapes
  • Large landscapes

The inaugural Salazar Center International Symposium on Conservation Impact established a forum to track, incent, recognize, and reward progress on conservation challenges across North America. It convened 200+ thought leaders from the arenas of conservation policy, practice, and research around the theme of landscape connectivity. Attendees represented 10 different city, county, state, and national agencies; 40 non-profit organizations and universities; and 19 funders from 15 states, Canada, and Mexico. Together, we explored opportunities to connect and collaborate across urban and rural, public and private, and wild and working lands; how landscape-scale conservation is critical to environmental and human health; and what opportunities and challenges exist surrounding their conservation and stewardship.

The Center also launched its first competitive prize for conservation impact at the symposium. The prize is one way in which the Salazar Center is pursuing bold new incentives to advance impactful, community-based conservation partnerships that support conservation at scale.

Speakers included:

Dates

Date Start Time End Time
Sep. 24, 2019 8:00 am 6:00 pm

Location

McNichols Civic Center Building

144 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80202

Key Themes

  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Connectivity
  • Conservation funding and finance
  • Conservation policy
  • Crossing boundaries
  • Diversity equity inclusion
  • Healthy landscapes
  • Indigenous conservation
  • Large landscapes