The Alliance for Conservation Evidence and Sustainability (ACES) is a network of conservation non-governmental organizations committed to improving conservation monitoring, evaluation, and learning. Operating as a formal collaborative between 2016 and 2022, ACES developed tools and approaches for generating, synthesizing, and using evidence to improve community-based conservation and conservation decision-making. ACES projects explored the establishment, persistence, and scaling of community-based conservation in 12 place-based learning projects, in service of catalyzing more effective, inclusive, and durable conservation outcomes.
WWF and The Coca-Cola Company are bringing together organizations from the United States and Mexico to collaborate on everything from field work to governance. We are all working towards the same goal: restoring and building the resiliency of the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo basin.
In partnership with Conservation International, and part of the broader Coastal Fisheries Initiative (CFI) Program, this project protects Indonesia’s coastal fisheries from overfishing, destructive fishing practices, and damaging terrestrial practices.
To protect this area’s valuable resources from land degradation, the project has brought together four technical ministries for the first time; the Ministry of Agriculture Development; Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation; Ministry of Land Reform and Management; WWF-Nepal.
World Wildlife Fund Inc. is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax ID number 52-1693387) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.