Become a part of a community of practice committed to promoting nature-based solutions for sustainable development, and explore a variety of capacity development opportunities offered in partnership with leading organizations in the field of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.
The Learning for Nature platform aims to:
Promote best practices in conservation and sustainable development
Develop the capacity of biodiversity policymakers, practitioners, and local and Indigenous communities
Catalyze ongoing peer-to-peer learning and facilitate knowledge exchange
Popular e-learning opportunities
I have had the greatest experience with the Designing a Multidimensional Poverty Index course. It was highly relevant for my work at the office, more so now that we are about to engage in computing the first MPI for Lesotho. Enrolling in this course brought further clarity on what opportunities to explore in order to scale up efforts for nature-based sustainable development.
Knowledge sharing is key to accelerated implementation of conservation mechanisms. Supporting Indigenous communities and integrating traditional knowledge with Western science is central to success. The course “Nature-based solutions for sustainable development” will enhance my ability to communicate our climate program and specifically natural climate solutions to potential funders as we enter the next phase of our project.
The “Communicating the value of biodiversity” course has reinvigorated my enthusiasm and helped channel the future direction of upcoming threatened species work programmes. This course will help strengthen, expand, and further develop the collaborative relationships between our partners, sponsors, advisors, NGOs, service providers, technical specialists, and the local community for the benefit of indigenous biodiversity, future health, and wellbeing.
The “Using spatial data for biodiversity” course is totally focused on the application of a number of free and accessible tools that are currently available to people. There is nothing better than adding value by taking advantage of the remote sensing technology and applying it to key issues for our development and future as human beings.
Chief Statistician of the Bureau of Statistics, Lesotho
Associate Director of Philanthropy of Nature United, Canada
Aspiring Biodiversity Trust (ABT) Project Coordinator, New Zealand
Map Data Technician at Outdooractive, Colombia