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Tab 2

Videos

​Featured Videos

CEPF overview video
Supporting People and
Biodiversity

Duration: 08:11
CEPF's achievements over the
years are a global initiative
Honu Here: Protect the Sacred
Honu Here: Let's Protect the Sacred
Duration: 27:09
Te Mana o Te Moana protects the
French Polynesian sea turtle, Honu.
(In French with English subtitles)
The Health of the Hills Is the Wealth of the Plains
The Health of the Hills Is the
Wealth of the Plains

Duration: 11:27
Profile on the Western Ghats region
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Mediterranean
Duration: 02:46
CEPF Méditerranéen.
Mediterranean seascape
Duration: 02:46
CEPF Mediterranean Profile.
Gilles Kleitz
Duration: 02:39
Gilles Kleitz speaks about the strategic relationship between CEPF and AFD.
Gilles Kleitz
Duration: 02:39
Gilles Kleitz speaks about the strategic relationship between CEPF and AFD.

Tab 3

Audio
To listen to the audio files online, click on the links below. To download the audio files to your computer, right click on the links below and select "Save link as" or "Save target as."

April 2014 CEPF Orientation Quarterly Call​ (WMV - 29 MB)​​

February 2014 CEPF Orientation Quarterly Call​ (WMV - 19 MB)​

October 2013 CEPF Orientation Quarterly Call​ (WMV - 27 MB)

Tab 4

Maps

Global map

All biodiversity hotspots, including where we invest

Biodiversity hotspots, December 2011
Map

 

biodiversity hotspots

Maps of the individual hotspots where we invest in priority areas

Africa
 
Cape Floristic Region
Map (PDF - 348 KB)

Eastern Afromontane
Map (PDF - 230 KB)

Eastern Arc & Coastal Forests 
Map (PDF - 230 KB)


Guinean Forests of West Africa
Map (PDF - 219 KB)


Madagascar
Map (PDF - 175 KB)


Succulent Karoo
Map (PDF - 174 KB)


Asia-Pacific
 
Himalaya
Map (PDF - 176 KB)

Indo-Burma
Map (PDF - 176 KB)

Mountains of Southwest China
Map (PDF - 201 KB)


Philippines
Map (PDF - 253 KB)


Polynesia-Micronesia
Map (PDF - 223 KB)


Sundaland
Map (PDF - 289 KB)


Western Ghats & Sri Lanka
Map (PDF - 157 KB)

PDF Map


Europe & Central Asia
 
Caucasus 
Map (PDF - 105 KB)


North & Central America
 
Mesoamerica
Map (PDF - 258 KB)


South America
 
Atlantic Forest
Map (PDF - 215 KB)

Tropical Andes
Map (PDF - 216 KB)

Tumbes-Choco-Magdalena
Map (PDF - 212 KB)

 

Conservation Outcomes

Maps of key biodiversity areas for selected regions, including priority sites for CEPF investment

Africa
 
Eastern Arc & Coastal Forests, January 2010
Map (PDF - 4.3 MB)

Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany, November 2010
Map (PDF - 3 MB)

 

Asia-Pacific
 
Eastern Himalayas, February 2005
Map (PDF - 2.8 MB)

PDF Map

Indochina, September 2009
Map (PDF - 6.5 MB)

Mountains of Southwest China, April 2007
Map (PDF - 1.9 MB)

Philippines, April 2007
Map (PDF - 3 MB)

Polynesia-Micronesia, November 2007
Map (PDF - 2.1 MB)

Sri Lanka, April 2007
Map (PDF - 2.1 MB)

Sumatra, July 2007
Map (PDF - 2.1 MB)

Western Ghats, May 2007
Map (PDF - 2.8 MB)

 

Europe & Central Asia
 
Caucasus, January 2004
Map (PDF - 2.4 MB)

Mediterranean, December 2011
Map, English (PDF - 4.6 MB)
Map, French (PDF - 4.6 MB)

 

North & Central America
 
Caribbean Islands, August 2011
Map, English (PDF - 2.2 MB)
Map, French (PDF - 2.2 MB)
Map, Spanish (PDF - 2.2 MB)

Northern Mesoamerica, December 2007
Map (PDF - 4.6 MB)

 

 

Forest Cover and Change

Eastern Arc & Coastal Forests
Map (PDF - 5.7 MB)

Mesoamerica
Map (PDF 35.5 MB)

Mountains of Southwest China
Map (PDF - 45.1 MB)

Sumatra
Map (PDF 23.8 MB)

   

 

Key Biodiversity Areas Brochure

Mexico
Map (PDF - 16.6 MB)

Southeast Mexico and Central America
Map (PDF - 17.4 MB)

Sumatra
Map (PDF 21.8 MB)

Tab 5

Improving Linkages Between CEPF and World Bank Operations: Asia Forum
June 23 - 25, 2005, Medan, Indonesia
  1. The Bank’s Environment and Social Development Program in EAP (PDF - 70 KB)
    Teresa Serra, Sector Director EASES, The World Bank Group
  2. World Bank Assistance for Biodiversity Protection in the East Asia and Pacific Region (PDF - 1.1 MB)
    Magda Lovei, Sector Manager EAP, The World Bank Group
  3. Overview of the Bank's Work on Biodiversity in South Asia (PDF - 35 KB)
    Malcolm Jansen, Senior Environmental Officer SASES, The World Bank Group
  4. Overview of the Bank's Work on Biodiversity in East Asia (PDF - 464 KB)
    Tony Whitten, Senior Biodiversity Specialist EASES, The World Bank Group
  5. The World Bank and Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund: A Shared Agenda (PDF - 285 KB)
    Michael Carroll, CEPF Task Team Leader, The World Bank Group
  6. Improving Linkages Between World Bank and CEPF Operations (PDF - 949 KB)
    Jorgen Thomsen, Executive Director, CEPF
  7. Improving Linkages Between World Bank and CEPF Operations (PDF - 1.1 MB)
    Luiz Gabriel Azevedo, Sector Leader LCSES, The World Bank Group
  8. Mountains of Southwest China (PDF - 3.7 MB)
    Sun Shan, Senior Program Officer, Conservation International-China
  9. Sumatra: The Sum of Four Parts (PDF - 2.7 MB)
    Sari Surjadi, CEPF Grant Manager, Conservation International-Indonesia
  10. Eastern Himalayan Hotspot (PDF - 1.8 MB)
    Mingma Sherpa, Himalayas Director, WWF
  11. Ecosystem Profile, Indochina Region, Indo-Burma Hotspot (PDF - 257 KB)
    Jack Tordoff, BirdLife
  12. World Bank – CEPF Workshop: Opportunities for Collaboration, China - and Beyond (PDF - 54 KB)
    Kathy Mackinnon, Lead Biodiversity Specialist ENV, The World Bank Group
  13. Summary of Bank Implemented NRM and Biodiversity Projects in the Philippines (PDF - 179 KB)
    Gilbert Braganza, Operations Officer, The World Bank Group
  14. Six Months Later: The Bank’s Response and Environmental Challenges (PDF - 222 KB)
    Joe Leitman, World Bank Manager Multi-Donor Trust Fund for Aceh and North Sumatra, The World Bank Group
  15. CI's Work to Date in Aceh (PDF - 756 KB)
    Jatna Supriatna, Regional Vice President, Conservation International

 

 

Improving Linkages Between CEPF and World Bank Operations: Africa Forum
April 25 - 26, 2005, Cape Town, South Africa
April 28, 2005, Nairobi, Kenya
  1. Putting CEPF in the Broad Perspective (PDF - 349 KB)
    Michael Carroll, Task Team Leader, The World Bank Group
  2. CEPF's Portfolio Approach and Global Overview (PDF - 1.1 MB)
    Jorgen Thomsen, Executive Director, CEPF
  3. Community-Driven Development: An overview of practice (PDF - 197 KB)
    Dan Owen, The World Bank Group
  4. CEPF Cape Floristic Region Portfolio (PDF - 2.2 MB)
    Mandy Barnett, Programme Developer, C.A.P.E. Coordination Unit
  5. CEPF Succulent Karoo Portfolio (PDF - 1.5 MB)
    Owen Henderson, SKEP Coordinator, Conservation International
  6. CEPF Madagascar Portfolio (PDF - 522 KB)
    Frank Hawkins, Technical Director, Madagascar Center for Biodiversity Conservation, Conservation International
  7. Latin America Regional Workshop Conclusions (PDF - 210 KB)
    Luiz Gabriel Azevedo, Sector Leader, The World Bank Group
  8. Eastern Arc Mountains and Coastal Forests of Tanzania and Kenya Portfolio (PDF - 497 KB)
    Julius Arinaitwe, Secretary, BirdLife Africa Partnership

 

 

Improving Linkages Between CEPF and World Bank Operations: Latin America Forum
January 24 - 25, 2005
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  1. Perspectives for CEPF Mainstreaming (PDF - 299 KB)
    Laura Tlaiye, Sector Manager Environment Department, The World Bank Group
  2. Putting CEPF in the Broad Perspective (PDF - 369 KB)
    Michael Carroll, Task Team Leader, The World Bank Group
  3. CEPF and the Latin America Portfolios 
    Jorgen Thomsen, Executive Director, CEPF
  4. A Sample CEPF Portfolio: Southern Mesoamerica
    Manuel Ramirez, Southern Mesoamerica Senior Director, Conservation International
  5. Synergies with CEPF: PROBIO and Ecological Corridors (PDF - 1.1 MB)
    Luiz Gabriel Azevedo, Sector Leader, The World Bank Group
  6. Altantic Forest CEPF Portfolio
    Luiz Paulo Pinto, Atlantic Forest Senior Director, Conservação Internacional do Brasil
  7. Chocó-Manabí Conservation Corridor CEPF Portfolio
    Fabio Arjona, Conservation International-Colombia and Luis Suarez, Conservation International-Ecuador
  8. Northern Mesoamerica CEPF Portfolio
    Carlos Manterola, CBC Director, Mexico & Central America, Conservation International and Carlos Rodriguez, Director of the Highlands Corridor, Mexico and Guatemala, Conservation International
  9. Vilcabamba-Amboró Conservation Corridor CEPF Portfolio
    Eduardo Forno, Executive Director, Bolivia, Conservation International
  10. Establishment of Maquenque National Park to Achieve Connectivity within the San Juan-La Selva Biological Corridor
    Enrique Ramirez, Executive Director, Centro Cientifico Tropical
  11. Atlantic Forest Hotsot - The Challenge to Restore and Protect its Biodiversity (PDF - 5.1 MB)
    Denise Marçal Rambaldi, General Secretary, Associação Mico-Leão-Dourado
  12. Biodiversity in the Atlantic Forest - The São João River Basin (PDF - 769 KB)
    Carlos R. Ruiz-Miranda, Project Coordinator, Associação Mico-Leão-Dourado