Term Archive: Publications

Hungarian meadow viper

Announcing CBSG's New Book, Second Nature

April 5, 2017

With so many threats facing biodiversity, it can be easy for conservationists to become discouraged. But there is also good news. There are success stories, and CBSG presents ten of them in Second Nature.

Species, Publications book, Second Nature, wattled cranes, kihansi spray toads, Governor Laffan's ferns, Tasmanian devils, American burying beetles, tree kangaroos, golden lion tamarins, Okinawa rails, Hungarian meadow vipers, Assateague Island, horses

Vancouver Island Marmot Conservationists Mark Achievements

December 21, 2015

In March 2015, CBSG led a conservation planning workshop for Vancouver Island marmots to help guide future recovery planning for this Critically Endangered species in Canada.

Species, Workshops, Publications

Saving critically endangered vertebrates is possible, but requires urgency and investment

March 17, 2015

Immediate conservation action and an investment of an estimated US$1.3 million per species will significantly increase the chances of survival for vertebrates on the brink of extinction.


Update on Our Recent Activities

December 16, 2014

The pace around the CBSG office has been somewhat frenetic in the past couple of months. CBSG staff have traveled back and forth from India to Brazil, from Taiwan to China, from the backs of elephants in Kaziranga National Park back home to our offices in Minnesota.

Species, Workshops, Publications eupdate, rhino, meta-modeling, arctic, climate change

CBSG in the News

April 21, 2014

Here's a roundup of recent appearances of CBSG and CBSG-related work in the news:

Workshops, Publications One Plan Approach

CBSG Regional Networks Hard At Work

March 28, 2014

CBSG's ten regional networks are incredible - they volunteer their time and expertise to implement CBSG tools and processes for species conservation. Their expertise is vast and their commitment to conservation inspiring.

Workshops, Publications regional networks

February e-Update Posted

February 12, 2014

We just posted the CBSG Feburary eUpdate with recent activities and announcements. Featured stories include CBSG Mesoamerica's participation in the El Salvador Zoo Symposium, a meeting to discuss exciting new population modeling possibilities, and conservation work for giant pandas, red pandas, and greater sage grouse.

Publications eupdate, news, population modeling, conservation planning, Giant panda, red panda, sage grouse

Hot Off the Presses: Proceedings from Our Annual Meeting

January 15, 2014

If you want to know more about how CBSG works and the types of conservation issues we are working on, the Proceedings from our Annual Meeting are a great place to start. The 2013 CBSG Annual Meeting was held in October 2013 in Orlando, Florida.

Publications working groups, Annual Meeting, proceedings

Metamodel Paper in PLOS ONE

December 19, 2013

We are proud to share an important paper on the use of metamodels for transdisciplinary species risk assessments. The paper's lead author is Bob Lacy, Chicago Zoological Society's Senior Conservation Scientist and CBSG's Science Advisor.

Publications tools, PVA, population modeling