Connectivity Conservation Video-Audio Clips
What is Connectivity Conservation and why is it important?
Dr. Fausto Sarmiento of the University of Georgia (USA) explains how Connectivity Conservation is being used to protect the high mountain grasslands of Ecuador which supply water to the nation's rapidly-growing capital city and region.
Dr. Nakul Chettri:
Dr. Nakul Chettri of ICIMOD (International Center for Integrated Mountain Development, based in Kathmandu, Nepal) explains how trans-boundary Connectivity Conservation is being promoted as a way to preserve the Himalaya region's immense biodiversity as it shifts in response to climate change.
Paulina Arroyo of The Nature Conservancy in Ecuador talks about how she is working to connect indigenous people of the nine Western Amazon countries in conservation efforts in that region's protected areas.