Organisations datadase

An organisations database highlights the range of organisations working on conservation-poverty linkages, including donor agencies, conservation organisations, NGOs, indigenous people's organisations and grassroots groups. The database can be searched by key word or by organisation type. The organisations are displyed in this page in reverse order from the one most recently entered into the database.

Displaying 126 - 150 of 445 organisations

The mission of the World Association of Soil and Water Conservation (WASWC), a global forum for scientists and conservationists in soil and water, is to promote worldwide the application of wise soil and water management practices that will improve...

The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is a government agency whose core purpose is to improve the current and future quality of life. Defra pursues its aim by integrating environmental, social and economic objectives,...

Bees for Development works to alleviate poverty through the promotion of apiculture. The main way in which Bees for Development achieves its aims is by serving a global beekeeping network, compiling and distributing technical information, keeping...

WWF Australia works to conserve Australia?s plants and animals, by ending land clearing, addressing climate change, and preserving and protecting fresh water, marine and land environments. WWF Australia achieves this by working on the ground with...

CCEC is a grassroots NGO based in Khulna, Bangladesh whose work is based on the idea that sustainable environmental management and conservation can only be achieved through local-level participation based on indigenous knowledge. Since 1993 CCEC has...

PROBICOU is a non-profit, nongovernmental organisation. It was established in 1999 and registered in November 2000 under the Non-governmental organisation’s 1998 registration statute. It was then incorporated as a public limited company (PLC)...

The Foundation of the Peoples of the South Pacific International (FSPI) is the regional secretariat for a network of 10 independent community-based organisations working in the Pacific to foster self-reliance and sustainable development. FSPI’s...

WWF European Policy Office (EPO) works on EU policies and actions. More specifically, WWF EPO looks at EU development, fisheries, climate change, environmental and sustainable development policies and commitments. EPO carries out advocacy work on EU...

The Refugee Studies Centre’s main concern is that research and advocacy regarding the rights of marginal and displaced peoples (those forced to move or forced to settle) are kept at the fore of international discussions, and that new policies are...

Laboratorio de Etnoecologia of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México carries out researches on indigenous peoples and nature to support development processes in the rural environment.

Among its many activities, the Norwegian Ministry of the environment is concerned with bilateral environmental cooperation.

For the past decade Blue Ventures has pioneered globally acclaimed approaches to community-based marine conservation. All too often, marine conservation efforts fail because of market economics: and the costs of action far outweigh the perceived...

IMM

IMM is a consultancy company whose mission is to provide high quality services and support through partnerships with communities, governments and other development organisations to achieve equitable and sustainable development. Through the...

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