Add a Project

Congratulations on your decision to share your valuable project information with your conservation colleagues by participating in the Eco-Index®! Adding your project to our database is easy -- all you need to do is complete the questionnaire below, or if you prefer, you can also download our questionnaire in your preferred language (English, Spanish, French or Portuguese), complete it, and email it to us at eco-index[at]

1. Name of project:

2. Country or countries where project is active:

3. Organization(s) responsible for the project: (Please provide complete names and acronyms.)

Note: if this is a regional project comprised of smaller, component projects, please provide the name of each component and any available contact information below. We will send each project's director(s) a questionnaire so that each component is featured in the Eco-Index.

If this project is part of a larger regional project, please fill out the project's name and contact information below so that we can send the project director(s) a questionnaire.

4. Name(s) of project director(s):


Telephone:      Fax:      Email:


5. Project summary:

6. Does your organization support graduate-level research projects or accept project volunteers?

Yes No

7. Geographic coordinates of the project site(s) in latitude and longitude: (Please indicate the geographic location of your project site - not where your organization is based. If you do not know the geographic coordinates of your project’s location(s), we recommend visiting

8. Principal project objectives:

9. Date on which the project began (month/year):

Date on which you expect the project to conclude (month/year):

Or, is this project permanent? (with luck):

If your project has concluded, please indicate the date of completion:

10. Current funder(s): (Please provide the complete name of each current funder, listing the most important funders first.)

Current annual project budget, in United States dollars, and if available, in local currency. (If the project is concluded, please indicate the average annual budget.)

11. Principal accomplishments to date:

12. Anticipated accomplishments for the next year: (If the project has concluded, this question may not be applicable.)

13. Please describe your project's monitoring and evaluation methodology:

14. Lessons learned from at least one year's work on this project: (Advice you would offer to colleagues interested in starting a similar initiative.)

15. Project conclusions or final thoughts:

16. Websites that provide further information about this project: (Please include URLs, brief summaries, and whether the sites are in English, Spanish or Portuguese.)

Do you have reports and studies related to this project that you can email to interested colleagues upon request? (Please include titles, dates of publication, how the documents can be obtained, brief descriptions, and whether the documents are available in English, Spanish or Portuguese.)

Please note: you can send your studies and reports to us via email at eco-index[at] We will upload them onto the Eco-Index in PDF format, creating an efficient way to disseminate information about your project.

17. From the list below, please select four categories that best describe this project's main focus:

Agriculture and farming
Air pollution
Aquaculture and shrimp
Buffer zone management
Capacity building
Captive breeding
Carbon offsets
Certification, organics and ecolabels
Climate and climate change
Coastal resources management
Community-based conservation (ICDPs)
Conservation easements
Coral reefs
Ecosystem restoration
Environmental education
Environmental services payments
Fire prevention
Fish, fishing and fisheries
Forest resources (non-timber)
Geographic information systems
Grants or fellowships
Habitat conservation and management
Hunting and poaching
Indigenous people
Introduced and invasive species
Land tenure
Land use
Legal issues
Livestock, grazing and pastures
Medicinal plants and ethnobotany
Migratory species
Minerals and hydrocarbons
Monitoring and evaluation
Parks and protected areas
Pesticides and agrochemicals
Population (human)
Reforestation and tree farms
Reptiles and amphibians
Reserves, private
Rivers and streams
Soil conservation and erosion
Threat reduction assessment
Waste management
Water conservation
Water pollution
Wildlife management
Wildlife research
Wildlife trade

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