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IUCN Publication

Conservation for a new era (Japanese version)

Conservation for a New Era outlines the critical issues facing us in the 21st century, developed from the results of the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October 2008.

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2009
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Conservation for a new era (Korean version)

Conservation for a New Era outlines the critical issues facing us in the 21st century, developed from the results of the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October 2008.

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2009
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Conservation for a new era (Chinese version)

Conservation for a New Era outlines the critical issues facing us in the 21st century, developed from the results of the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October 2008.

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2009
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La conservación en una nueva era

Conservation for a New Era outlines the critical issues facing us in the 21st century, developed from the results of the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October 2008.

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2009
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Conservation pour une ère nouvelle

Conservation for a New Era outlines the critical issues facing us in the 21st century, developed from the results of the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October 2008.

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2009
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Conservation for a new era

Conservation for a New Era outlines the critical issues facing us in the 21st century, developed from the results of the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October 2008.

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2009
IUCN Grey Literature

The World Conservation Union’s (IUCN) strategy for a programme of work in the People’s Republic of China, 2009-2012

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2008
IUCN Grey Literature

The Indian Ocean tsunami: reducing risk and vulnerability to future natural disasters and loss of ecosystem services

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2005
IUCN Publication

La nature dont nous dépendons : les services écosystémiques soutiennent les moyens d'existence

Human wellbeing depends on the capacity of the earth’s natural systems to provide ecosystem goods and services.

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2005
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Dependemos de la naturaleza : servicios brindados por los ecosistemas para apoyar el sustento humano

Human wellbeing depends on the capacity of the earth’s natural systems to provide ecosystem goods and services.

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2005
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Depend on nature : ecosystem services supporting human livelihoods

Human wellbeing depends on the capacity of the earth’s natural systems to provide ecosystem goods and services.

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2005
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Evaluation des progrès 2003 : le programme de l'UICN

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2004
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Una evaluación del progreso 2003 : el programa de la UICN

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2004
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An assessment of progress 2003 : the IUCN programme

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2004
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Liens entre la conservation de la diversité biologique, les moyens d'existence et la sécurité alimentaire : l'utilisation durable des animaux sauvages pour l'alimentation

The global use of wild animals for meat is now the primary illegal activity in many protected areas, and growing human populations and a lack of livelihood options suggest that demand for wild meat is likely to continue to rise.

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2002
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Links between biodiversity conservation, livelihoods and food security : the sustainable use of wild species for meat

The global use of wild animals for meat is now the primary illegal activity in many protected areas, and growing human populations and a lack of livelihood options suggest that demand for wild meat is likely to continue to rise.

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2002
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Rhino progress ? the response to CITES Resolution Conf.9.14

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1997
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Tiger progress ? the response to CITES Resolution Conf. 9.13

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1997