cash = conservation?

Does giving cash lead to conservation outcomes?

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Cool Earth and the University of Leeds would love to hear your opinion in a research study titled Cash Transfers in Conservation: An exploration of the views of conservation professionals.

This survey is aimed at any conservation professional, regardless of specific previous experience with cash transfer or cash giving programmes. It will take you approximately 20 minutes to complete. 

What do you think? Please let us know by 16th august, here.

Ali Skeats

Programme Manager, Cool Earth

I'm delighted to be managing Cool Earth's work in Papua New Guinea - the turtle-shaped island that according to folklore was built by a great turtle. It has brought me in a nice line from my first conservation job working with sea turtles!

A lifelong interest in conservation and love of working with people doing amazing conservation projects globally, has led me here. All the conservation jobs I have had have shown me how great the power of small, motivated groups of people can be in protecting species and landscapes. 

I work from the UK with a great team in Alotau to develop the future conservation strategy for Papua New Guinea. Our projects are led by people living in Cool Earth partnership villages who are empowered to protect their forest lands and traditional livelihoods.

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