Center for Conservation Peacebuilding

Founding Year: 2006



Francine Madden (Executive Director)

A consulting organization advocating that “social conflicts related to conservation issues are severe obstacles to wildlife conservation efforts and local communities’ way of life.” It applies conservation conflict transformation (CCT) theory, skills, processes, and strategies to address such conflicts.




Center for Conservation Peacebuilding contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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