• Conservation Planning Case Studies

    Workshops and projects that showcase the impact of CBSG tools and processes on conservation efforts around the world.

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  • Species Conservation Planning Tools Library

    A new resource to connect species conservation practitioners to well-tested planning tools suitable for use in a variety of planning situations.

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  • About CBSG

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

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    To stay up-to-date on our activities.

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  • Zoos and Aquariums ‘Show the Wild Face of Climate Change’

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  • CBSG Divests 70% of Fossil Fuel Exposure

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Our Mission

CBSG’s mission is to save threatened species by increasing the effectiveness of conservation efforts worldwide. For over 30 years, we’ve accomplished this by using scientifically sound, collaborative processes that bring together people with diverse perspectives and knowledge to catalyze positive conservation change. We provide species conservation planning expertise to governments, Specialist Groups, zoos and aquariums, and other wildlife organizations.

Our Approach

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Workshop Processes

Our workshops provide an objective environment, expert knowledge, and thoughtful group facilitation. They are designed to systematically address problems and develop focused solutions using sound science.

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Science-Based Tools

CBSG develops and employs a wide variety of tools to assist conservation professionals in developing effective strategies for averting extinction of endangered species.

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Training

CBSG offers training courses in a variety of skills that build capacity and promote effective conservation.

Newest Blog Post

  • Highlighted Story: Indian Rhino

    Modeling the Impact of Poaching on Indian Rhinos

    CBSG was invited to conduct a population viability analysis (PVA) for the Indian rhinos in the state of Assam, the results of which indicate a high risk of extinction due to the threat of poaching.

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