Convivial Conservation: A novel approach to protecting biodiversity
‘Despite decades of intensifying conservation efforts, Earth’s biodiversity is diminishing rapidly. Any hope of preserving what remains depends on transforming conservation policy and practice in innovative new directions’.
This policy brief provides an overview of convivial conservation as a novel approach to protecting biodiversity, highlighting some key principles proposed by convivial conservation: coexistence, diversity, decommodifications, decolonization, direct democracy, redistribution, and global connections.
It is also available in Portuguese here.