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by Leigh Ann Evans last modified Oct. 10, 07 05:55 PM


Conservation Action Planning (CAP) Resources
Planning software, sample workbooks, handbooks, and related papers

Introduction to CAP    


CAP Basic Practice

 

 

CAP Toolbox

(Online version of Handbook with additional resources)

Introduction

  1. Identify People Involved
  2. Define Scope & Focal Targets
  3. Assess Viability
  4. Identify Critical Threats
  5. Complete Situation Analysis
  6. Develop Strategies
  7. Establish Measures
  8. Develop Work Plans
  9. Implement Plans
  10. Analyze, Learn, Adapt & Share

CAP Handbooks & Excel Tools


Spanish Handbook-

 

 


(10 Oct 2007 update)

CAP Workbook Tutorial

CAP Excel User's Manual

Quick Links to Resources


Practical tools to support CAP 
organized by step

More CAP resources

Sample CAPs

For TNC Staff

(TNC intranet)

ConPro- Project Database

For WWF Staff


CAP for WWF


CAP Home  •  What's Happening  •  The Efroymson Network  • 

 

Photo: © Joseph Kiesecker

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is an international, nonprofit organization that preserves plants, animals and natural communities representing the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. Using the methods and tools of Conservation by Design, the Conservancy and its more than one million members have been responsible for the protection of more than 47 million hectares in Latin America, North America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific.

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