ACES in action.
ACES has convened a number of learning projects designed to provide insights on the establishment, sustainability, and scaling of community-based conservation. See below for our active learning projects, ongoing between 2020-2022
Community-Based Conservation in Northern Mozambique Channel
Project Leads: Shauna Mahajan (WWF-US), email@example.com; David Obura (CORDIO), firstname.lastname@example.org; Harfidy Ralison (WWF-Madagascar), email@example.com
What are the social and ecological outcomes of marine community-based conservation in the Northern Mozambique channel?
Photo credit: © naturepl.com / Inaki Relanzon / WWF
The science and practice of scaling community-based conservation initiatives
Project Lead: Morena Mills (Imperial College, London), firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the characteristics, drivers, patterns and trends of adoption and spread of community-based conservation initiatives?
Photo credit: © Tom Vierus / WWF-UK
Impacts of community marine conservation in Indonesia
Project Lead: Dr. Gabby Ahmadia (WWF-US)
What are the social and ecological outcomes of community-based marine conservation?
Photo credit: © Jikkie Jonkman / WWF
social outcomes of the care-wwf alliance in mozambique
Project Lead: Althea Skinner (WWF-US)
What are the social outcomes of the CARE-WWF Alliance in Mozambique?
Photo credit: © WWF-US / James Morgan
Community forests in Latin America, Africa, and Asia
Project Lead: Dr. David Wilke (WCS), email@example.com
What are the social and ecological outcomes of community forestry?
Photo credit: © James Morgan / WWF-US
Viral Locally Managed Marine Areas in the Pacific
Project Lead: Dr. Mike Mascia (CI), firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the rates and patterns of LMMA adoption in the Pacific?
Photo credit: © naturepl.com / Doc White / WWF