Ecosystems conservation, management and sustainable resource utilization by active research and education.
Supports and harnesses the most promising conservation science research and puts it into practice. Additionally, a regular seminar series and training workshops provides a regular forum for the conservation community to learn, discuss, and networking.
There are three core working areas of Ecosystems conservancy
- Research and Development: Active research for baseline data and its implementation for strategic development
- Conservation: Ecosystems conservancy employs a wealth of scientific expertise in its work around the globe. Sharing information among scientists is critical to accelerating conservation. Ecos Science Network connects, supports and grows this community by providing access to the latest information and techniques, coordinating training and providing opportunities for collaboration.
- Education/Awareness: Ecosystems conservancy knows that investing in training and education is critical for Ecosystems conservation. That’s why Ecos aimed to provide financial support to proven and potential conservationists to gain the skills and knowledge they needed to address the conservation challenges. Ecos supports conservationists to pursue studies, attend short-term training courses, and train local communities.