FMCN’s board recently approved the 2013-2017 Strategic Plan for the institution.
The strategic planning process, which began in late 2012, was based on identifying key questions and developing surveys and interviews with public and private actors both in Mexico and abroad. In addition, two workshops were carried out in 2013, in which representatives from academia, government, business, conservation, and the FMCN staff participated in defining FMCN’s priorities for the coming years.
FMCN’s 2013-2017 Strategic Plan consolidates the existing and design-phase conservation projects and broadens the organization’s environmental management in terms of innovative financing sources and mechanisms, capacity building, research, public policy research and analysis, strategic communication, and public relations for conservation.
The plan was validated in a review meeting with the board and were approved in the last board meeting of 2013.
FMCN appreciates the support and time of the over 50 people who contributed their ideas and feedback to the 2013-2017 Strategic Plan. This is a dynamic document that will continue to be adjusted and improved over the next four years in order to be relevant actors in the process of building a prosperous Mexico through conservation and proper use of our biological heritage.
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