Biodiversity Hotspot map

Biodiversity Hotspots

  Current CEPF Investment
  Past CEPF Investment

* Inception through fiscal year 2016

  Eligible for CEPF Investment
  Other Hotspots

Biodiversity Hotspots Where CEPF Has Invested

  1. Atlantic Forest
  2. Cape Floristic Region
  3. Caribbean Islands
  4. Caucasus
  5. Cerrado
  6. Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa
  7. East Melanesian Islands
  8. Eastern Afromontane
  1. Guinean Forests of West Africa
  2. Himalaya
  3. Indo-Burma
  4. Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands
  5. Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany
  6. Mediterranean Basin
  7. Mesoamerica
  8. Mountains of Southwest China
  1. Philippines
  2. Polynesia-Micronesia
  3. Succulent Karoo
  4. Sundaland
  5. Tropical Andes
  6. Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena
  7. Western Ghats and Sri Lanka
  8. Wallacea

Note: The Eastern Arc Mountains and Coastal Forests of Tanzania and Kenya Hotspot was divided in 2005; a portion of it is now part of the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot, and the remainder is part of the Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa Hotspot. Before the separation, CEPF had initiated an investment in the original Eastern Arc Hotspot and, through that investment, awarded grants in portions of the hotspots that are now known as the Eastern Afromontane and the Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa.