Foundation president, Harvey Fineberg, and chairman and co-founder, Gordon Moore, discuss the Statement of Founders' Intent with staff.
Moore Foundation Headquarters 1661 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
To expand the scope and effectiveness of existing permit banks in New England to help mitigate unintended socioeconomic impacts of sector management, ensure a favorable regulatory environment, and develop a set of conservation and economic metrics to evaluate their impact and improve their performance over time.
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The Nature Conservancy
Reducing Deforestation in Key Conservation Mosaics in Colombia and Ecuador
SNAPP Working Group Water Quantity Benefits of Source Water Protection
Territorial Planning: A Review of Approaches and Options for the Amazon Basin
Implementation of Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning in the Northeast
Forests and Agricultural Markets Collaboration
Ensuring Success and Durability in the West Coast Groundfish Catch Share Program
Community Fisheries Support in New England
The Nature Conservancy - Alaska
Sustainable Southeast Alaska Communities
Implementing Electronic Monitoring in the West Coast Groundfish Fishery
Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) Implementation
Reducing Deforestation in the Chiribiquete National Park-Caquetá Mosaic, Colombia
Tongass Sustainable Communities
Caribbean Challenge financial architecture
Conservation Investment Landscape
Integrated supply chain for responsible beef in São Félix do Xingu, Pará, Brazil
Community fisheries support in New England
Incorporation of protected areas and Indigenous lands in regional development plans in the Colombian Amazon
Co-Management as tool to improve performance of Pacific groundfish catch share program
Supporting Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (CMSP) and Ecosystem-Based Management in the Northeast United States
Salmon Decision Support Tool
Fisheries Management Hub ("Fish Hub")
The Nature Conservancy, California
Integrating Conservation into Climate Change Policies and Actions at the County Scale
Fish, People, Place – Southeast Alaska
Creating positive outcomes for future generations.