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Non IUCN Publication

Engager les communautés locales dans la gérance du patrimoine mondial

A new addition to the World Heritage Papers series provides guidance and introduces tools for best practice in engaging indigenous and local communities in World Heritage.

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2015
Non IUCN Publication

Engaging local communities in stewardship of World Heritage

A new addition to the World Heritage Papers series provides guidance and introduces tools for best practice in engaging indigenous and local communities in World Heritage.

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2014
IUCN Publication

Making REDD work for the poor : a poverty environment partnership (PEP) policy brief

This paper outlines how the design of REDD could influence its poverty implications and the key requirements for ensuring that REDD works for the poor. It summarises the findings of a much longer analysis recently prepared on behalf of the PEP, entitled ‘Making REDD Work for the Poor’.

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2008
IUCN Publication

Making REDD work for the poor : a poverty environment partnership (PEP) report

This Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP) report is dedicated to the increasingly popular topic of 'Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation' (REDD).

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2008
IUCN Publication

Protected landscapes and agrobiodiversity values

This new series of publications on the values of Protected Landscapes and Seascapes is intended to document and spell out the various environmental, economic, social and cultural values that Category V protected areas can provide. The first volume addresses the topic of agrobiodiversity.

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2008
IUCN Publication

The protected landscape approach : linking nature, culture and community

The traditional patterns of land use that have created many of the world’s cultural landscapes contribute to biodiversity, support ecological processes, provide important environmental services, and have proven sustainable over the centuries.

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2005