Successful conservation finance solutions are context specific
Biodiversity conservation often depends on funds that are scarce and short-term. Wolfs Company assists biodiversity conservation organizations, conservation trust funds, governments and others involved in biodiversity conservation with designing and implementing long-lasting solutions to inadequate funding.
Bridging the funding gap
We help forecast resource needs and design strategies to bridge the gap between available and required funds for conservation. We support these strategies with evidence-based business cases to motivate donors, investors and other possible partners to engage in conservation finance solutions.
Examples of conservation finance solutions are increasingly diverse, but successful replication is largely determined by context-specific factors. By working closely with stakeholders and experts, we help design and implement the most effective approaches for each case.
Our assessments and strategies build on holistic frameworks and sound data. Our advice takes into consideration enabling conditions and obstacles in the administrative, environmental, political, financial, social and legal domains. Success of our projects is bolstered with hands-on training, mentoring tracks and guidance materials.
Conservation finance projects
Assist Saba Conservation Foundation (SCF), St. Eustatius National Parks (STENAPA) and the Nature Foundation Sint Maarten (NFSXM) to strengthen their ability to achieve sustainable financing of the National Parks in Saba, St Eustatius and St Maarten.
Wolfs Company and our partner Aligning Visions have been engaged by the Conservation Finance Alliance (CFA) to conduct an exciting pair of studies around Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs). The two projects – an update of
An International Seminar on Wetland Management and Governance was held in Chile in November 2018. Organized in the context of the program for rational use of wetlands of Chile’s state company ENAP Aconcagua Refinery, the
“Using Wolfs’ new financial planning tool has helped us to clearly identify financial gaps, and the challenge is to continually find ways of diversifying our funding sources. We have a great start with generating our own
Project led by Wolfs Company in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) is featured in the most recent newsletter (August 2018) of the Regional Activity Centre for the Protocol concerning Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife
Wolfs Company’s participation in conference ‘Natural Capital: Conservation and beyond’ in Santiago de Chile
On May 28th, 2018, The UK’s Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) and the Conservation Law Center co-hosted the conference ‘Natural Capital: Conservation and beyond’, in Chile in order to promote the concepts and methodologies of