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This list contains 15 entry(ies).

Non IUCN Publication

Wild life, wild livelihoods

This report synthesizes insights and lessons from decades of experience in community wildlife management (CWM), supplementing this with insights from more recent work focused on community-level responses to tackling the current illegal trade in wildlife (ITW) “crisis”.

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2018
IUCN Publication

IUCN Red List index : guidance for national and regional use. Version 1.1

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2009
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Revisão das opções para gerir os impactos resultantes do excesso de Elefantes Africanos a nível local

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2007
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Examen des options pour le contrôle des impacts de la surabondance locale des éléphants africains

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2007
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Review of options for managing the impacts of locally overabundant African elephants

Some of the most important decisions in wildlife management in Africa revolve around elephants. Where elephant densities increase the impact of elephants on their habitats and other species may also increase.

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2007
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African elephant status report 2007 : an update from the African elephant database

The African Elephant Database is a spatial database used to store, manage, analyze and disseminate information on the distribution and abundance of elephant populations on the African continent, in order to provide a current and accurate picture of the status African elephants.

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2007
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Diretrizes para a translocação in situ de elefantes africanos para fins de conservação

African elephants are confronted with habitat loss and degradation and increasing levels of human – elephant conflict. Management authorities in sub-Saharan Africa are increasingly turning to translocation as a means to meet such challenges.

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2003
IUCN Publication

Lignes directrices relatives au transfert in situ d'éléphants d'Afrique à des fins de conservation

African elephants are confronted with habitat loss and degradation and increasing levels of human – elephant conflict. Management authorities in sub-Saharan Africa are increasingly turning to translocation as a means to meet such challenges.

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2003
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Guidelines for the in situ translocation of the African elephant for conservation purposes

African elephants are confronted with habitat loss and degradation and increasing levels of human – elephant conflict. Management authorities in sub-Saharan Africa are increasingly turning to translocation as a means to meet such challenges.

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2003
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African elephant status report 2002 : an update from the African elephant database

The African elephant is the largest living land mammal, and their potential impact on their habitats raises important management issues both for protected areas and unprotected land.

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2003
IUCN Publication

El libro rojo : la crisis de la extinción, cara a cara

Drawing on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the world’s most objective and authoritative inventory of species at risk of extinction, this publication combines awe-inspiring imagery with solid science and factual accounts.

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2001
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The red book : the extinction crisis face to face

Drawing on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the world’s most objective and authoritative inventory of species at risk of extinction, this publication combines awe-inspiring imagery with solid science and factual accounts.

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2001
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African elephant database 1998

The African elephant is the largest living land mammal. It once inhabited most of the continent, from the Mediterranean coast down to its south tip. This picture of elephant range today is one of scattered, fragmented populations south of the Sahara Desert.

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1999
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Four years after the CITES ban : illegal killing of elephants, ivory trade and stockpiles

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1995
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African elephant database 1995

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1995