become a member join our mailing list
Personal tools
Log in
The HCV Resource Network brings together users of the HCV approach

For more than 15 years, identifying, managing and monitoring High Conservation Values (HCV) has been a key step towards achieving certification from major forestry and agricultural commodity standard schemes. 

HCV requirements are also included in the policies of major financial institutions and banks, and in the procurement policies and sustainability committments of global private sector organisations. 


The HCV approach

nullLearn more about the six HCVs and their identification and management.

About the Network

nullRead more about the HCV Resource Network's governance, projects and activities.

© HCV Resource Network 2005–2015
About this site | Privacy | Disclaimer | This site uses cookies Read more | Admin

Recent news and updates

Towards integrating HCS, HCV and FPIC decision-making

Publication A practitioners workshop explored ways to make HCV, HCS and FPIC work well in practice

Building capacity for HCV assessments in Latin America

News HCV Assessor Training Course is held in Guatemala

Enhancing biodiversity conservation in the oil palm industry: Translating science into action

Event A workshop to present the findings of research conducted by a group from the University of York took place in Amsterdam last June 4th

Using the high conservation value forest concept and Pareto optimization to identify areas maximizing biodiversity and ecosystem services in cork oak landscapes

Publication By M. N. Bugalho, F. S. Dias, B. BriƱas, J. O. Cerdeira