Addressing Social Results and Human Wellbeing Targets in Conservation Projects
Conservation is inevitably a social undertaking. As such, many conservation teams feel compelled to address human wellbeing when developing their conservation projects. Guidance to date, however, has been minimal or inconsistent. This document, developed collaboratively by representatives from several organizations, is a companion document to the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. It provides greater detail and guidance on the concept of human wellbeing targets, which was incorporated as an update to the Open Standards in 2012.