CEPF
Protecting Nature's Hotspots for people and prosperity

Resources

LEARNING

CEPF is building a strategy to develop and implement a coordinated learning program that will meet the needs of our target audiences in a comprehensive manner.
LESSONS LEARNED

Grant recipients and other partners share key lessons, how their projects were​ affected and the ways in which they adapted in response.
DOCUMENTS & PUBLICATIONS

Annual reports, strategic framework, ecosystem profiles, documents, publications and newsletters - including filtered by region.
MAPS

Biodiversity hotspots, regions where we invest, conservation outcomes, and forest coverage and change.
EXTERNAL SITES & DATABASES

Web sites and databases with some of the most extensive data, research findings and information on biodiversity hotspots and the initiatives we support.
MULTIMEDIA

Photos, audio​ recordings and presentations.
HOTSPOTS

Information on the 36 global biodiversity hotspots. Get basic information and vital statistics for each hotspot, including unique biodiversity, human impact, and conservation action.
Grievances
With regard to unsuccessful grant applications, applicants not satisfied with the written explanation for rejection of their proposal may submit a grievance to the CEPF Executive Director at cepfexecutive@conservation.org.

With regard to implementation of safeguards, local communities and other interested stakeholders may raise a grievance at all times to the applicant/grantee, the CEPF Secretariat, or the World Bank.​

For more information, please read CEPF's Grievance​​ Mechanism​​ for more information.​