Annual Reports

CLP annual reports outline the various capacity building components of the programme and the achievements accomplished by CLP alumni.

In recent years CLP has produced reports to demonstrate the impact which the programme has been having in delivering support and mentoring to CLP alumni, which is in turn making a valuable contribution to the conservation of threatened species and habitats. Detailed reports from individual projects funded by CLP can be viewed by searching under Supported Projects.


2016 Annual Report

Our 2016 annual report includes many examples of how CLP alumni are giving back to the programme and supporting each other. It also contains an impressive number of career accomplishments, new discoveries and the expansion of a marine protected area. Ample evidence of genuine conservation impact!  

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2015 Annual Report

Throughout 2015 CLP undertook an array of activities and saw some outstanding project achievements, including new discoveries and overcoming threats to biodiversity. We welcomed over 80 alumni into our network through our conservation awards and internships and with CLP support, several have received accolades in recognition of the enduring outcomes of their work.  

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2014 Annual Report

In 2014, CLP continued to build a strong, global alumni network of conservationists, funded 25 conservation projects and increased opportunities for young conservationists to develop their careers and pursue professional goals.  

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2013 Annual Report

The 2013 CLP Annual Report summarises how we are building the capacity of conservationists around the world and includes examples of successful work being undertaken by CLP alumni.    

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2012 Annual Report

The outcomes of CLP-funded activities including Team Conservation Awards, internships, mentoring and training workshops, together with a list of CLP alumni publications can be viewed in the our 2012 Annual Report.

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CLP Alumni Assessment 1990-2005

In 2005 CLP made an assessment of its impact on conservation and capacity development of young conservationists over 15 years. The assessment looked at the career paths of CLP award winners, the proportion of team members still working in a conservation-related field, and considered awardees significant conservation achievements. Results showed that the majority of team members have remained working in conservation and that approximately half of those individuals have continued to work in the region or with the species or habitat their project studied. Sustainable conservation activities and achievements have been widely accomplished proving that CLP activities lead to long term capacity development and conservation benefit.

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