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More resources and approaches for corridor design

Wildlands Network Wildlands Network is urgently restoring, protecting and connecting our best wild places throughout North America because people need nature, and nature needs space to survive. Their mission is to ensure a healthy future for nature and people in North America by scientifically and strategically supporting networks of people protecting networks of connected wildlands.
Do Corridors Work? This article highlights one of the biggest questions regarding habitat corridors: “Do they work?” The article asks if corridors are needed and whether they are effective.
The Global Transboundary Conservation Network The network was launched by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and works to bring together hundreds of experts in international conservation work. Its mission is “to promote and encourage transboundary conservation for the conservation of nature with associated ecosystem services and cultural values while promoting peace and co-operation among nations through enhancing knowledge and capacity for effective planning and management of transboundary conservation areas, in fulfilment of the Durban Action Plan and CBD Programme of Work on Protected Areas.”
Freedom to Roam A World Wildlife Fund Initiative that is “working to raise awareness, appreciation and commitment to wildlife corridor conservation across the world.” Efforts are focused in two main regions: the Northern Great Plains and the Eastern Himalayas.
Center for Large Landscape Conservation “The Center for Large Landscape Conservation (CLLC) catalyzes international, national and eco-regional conservation initiatives by connecting land, biodiversity and people. We promote the conservation of the ecological functions of large landscapes, especially those threatened by habitat fragmentation and a changing climate. Conservation is a societal challenge that requires implementation across all sectors and therefore we work to connect government, industry, universities, conservationists and community-based organizations to seek mutually agreeable solutions.”