We see great potential for the advancement of meaningful conservation that supports climate resilience and the health of both human and natural communities in North America. The Salazar Center provides a platform to maximize the impact of best-in-class examples of conservation work.
Important efforts are underway across sectors to enhance the health and connectivity of natural systems and landscapes, but cultural, geographic, and political divides often prevent new solutions from being shared and more widely adopted.
We work with partners in the US, Canada, and Mexico to highlight best-in-class examples of effective, impactful, cross-boundary conservation work so they can be more widely adopted. We identify, catalog, and share case studies of adaptation, resilience, and connectivity so that others can benefit from and use lessons learned.
Cristina Mormorunni, Director of US Field Conservation, Wildlife Conservation Society
“The Salazar Center is uniquely qualified to unpack and give voice to countless instances of successful conservation efforts across the continent. They are asking the right questions: Can this work be scaled up? Can it be translated to another region, or extended across borders? What can we learn from what didn’t work? The depth and breadth of their network means they’re going to be asking all the right people, too.”