Capacity Building

  • Crowd-sourcing, crowd mapping, networked science….

    whatever you call it, the principle of the hub is that collaboration not only combines our collective intelligence, knowledge, imagination and energy, but amplifies it so the whole really is far greater than the sum of our parts.

  • Working with communities to design and conduct collaborative research that is relevant and empowering

    Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) can yield the greatest long-term benefits for both people and environment.

  • Maps are powerful tools for indigenous communities and conservationists alike

    Participatory maps provide a valuable visual representation of what a community perceives as its place and the significant features within it. Facilitating land use mapping projects is one of the key ways we work with communities.

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