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IUCN Publication

A proposal for assessing species benefits at a landscape scale and aggregating data within the Species Information Service at IUCN

A workshop was held in Cambridge between March 20-22, 2017, to bring together the PiN team and the Global Species Programme (GSP) and TRAFFIC to discuss the inclusion of data from PiN landscape assessments within the Species Information Services (SIS), building on discussions held over the last f

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2017
IUCN Publication

Background paper for livelihoods module workshop

This paper has been prepared to inform discussions at the upcoming Livelihoods Module development workshop organised by the People in Nature (PiN) team.

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2017
IUCN Publication

PiN landscape assessment phase 1

This document provides information on the interdisciplinary situation analysis (ISA) workflow from start to finish with the intention of guiding the PiN team in making decisions about what information and procedures should be included and excluded and who to involve.

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2016
IUCN Publication

The Sixaola River Basin, Costa Rica/Panama

The interdisciplinary situation analysis (ISA) presented in this document is the first of its kind and pilots various analyses of secondary data that may be drawn upon to inform the second phase of the landscape assessment, which involves primary data collection.

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2016
IUCN Publication

Conservation status of biodiversity important for Bribri food and nutritional security

In this discussion paper, we undertook an analysis guided by three questions relevant to food and nutritional security for the project site of Sixaola on the Costa Rica – Panama border.

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2016
IUCN Publication

Human dependency on nature framework

The objective of this background paper is to report on qualitative social sciences frameworks, and mixed methodologies, that could be incorporated into the HDNF assessment tool.

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2014