The CBC convenes diverse actors for strategic collaborations and collective problem-solving in workshops, studios, conferences and symposia that connect different perspectives and sources of knowledge to critical conservation issues and solutions.
The CBC organizes and leads workshops on a range of conservation-related issues.
As a part of our Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) program, the CBC organizes Conservation Teaching and Learning Studios to promote opportunities for professional development.
The CBC hosts the annual Student Conference on Conservation Science-New York (SCCS-NY) at the American Museum of Natural History.
Events and symposia designed to foster interdisciplinary discussion of cutting-edge issues in biodiversity research and conservation.
CBC-led workshops on conservation issues.
The CBC convenes, leads, and fosters groups of people and organizations in lasting collaborations that generate knowledge, increase our understanding of conservation challenges, and prioritize areas for action.