"New $2 Million Network to Help Threatened Ecosystems and Societies Adapt to the Impacts of Climate Change"
$180,000 To improve management of the Srepok River and its catchment in Cambodia (over three years).
$330,000 To certify indigenous territories and promote community institution building in the Southern Peruvian Andes-Amazon (over three years).
$1,500,000 To reduce the impact of global commodity markets on high biodiversity landscapes (over three years).
$2,000,000 To support an integrated population, health, and environment project in East Africa (over three years).
$130,000 To coordinate a workshop for Locally Managed Marine Area leaders from the Western Pacific, Western Indian Ocean, and the Caribbean at the 2012 World Conservation Congress in Jeju, Korea.