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Non IUCN Publication

World heritage sites and indigenous people's rights

This book includes twenty case studies of World Heritage sites from around the world that explore, from a human rights perspective, indigenous peoples’ experiences with World Heritage sites and with the processes of the World Heritage Convention.

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2014
IUCN Publication

Management of national parks and biodiversity conservation in Africa

This book analyzes the state and management of national parks in Africa. It discusses the state of ecosystems of national parks in the continent and assesses the capacity of environmental leadership and management to positively impact on biodiversity conservation in national pakrs.

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2012
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Sacred species and sites : advances in biocultural conservation

This book provides new insights into biocultural diversity conservation. It explores sacred landscapes, sites, plants and animals from around the world to demonstrate the links between nature conservation and spiritual beliefs and traditions.

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2012
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Sacred natural sites : conserving nature and culture

The book illustrates that sacred natural sites, although often under threat, exist within and outside formally recognised protected areas, heritage sites. Sacred natural sites may well be some of the last strongholds for building resilient networks of connected landscapes.

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2010
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Conservation and human rights : the need for international standards

This briefing discusses the human rights impact of conservation policies and the role of non-governmental and international conservation organizations in protecting human rights while supporting conservation initiatives.

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2010
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Rights-based approaches : Exploring issues and opportunities for conservation

The links between human rights and biodiversity and natural resource conservation are many and complex. The conservation community is being challenged to take stronger measures to respect human rights and is taking opportunities to further their realisation.

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2009
IUCN Grey Literature

Indigenous and traditional peoples and climate change : issues paper

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2008
IUCN Grey Literature

Indigenous and traditional peoples and climate change : vulnerability and adaptation

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2008
IUCN Publication

Linking conservation and poverty reduction : landscapes, people and power

This book looks at the rationale for addressing the links between conservation and poverty reduction, arguing that such a focus is both ethically essential and a source of opportunities.

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2008
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Poverty, health, and ecosystems : experience from Asia

It is today widely acknowledged both by the development and conservation communities that a vital relationship exists between the sound management of ecosystems, the determinants of poverty and the effectiveness of poverty alleviation efforts.

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2007
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Poverty, equity and rights in conservation : technical papers and case studies

IUCN worked together with IUED on this new publication which aims at providing a better understanding of the links between conservation of natural resources and poverty reduction.

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2006
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Poverty-conservation mapping : the geography of poverty and biodiversity

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2005
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Indigenous and local communities and protected areas : towards equity and enhanced conservation (Arabic version)

Conventional approaches to managing protected areas have often seen people and nature as separate entities. They preclude human communities from using natural resources and assume that their concerns are incompatible with conservation.

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2004
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Indigenous and local communities and protected areas : towards equity and enhanced conservation

Conventional approaches to managing protected areas have often seen people and nature as separate entities. They preclude human communities from using natural resources and assume that their concerns are incompatible with conservation.

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2004
Non IUCN Publication

Indigenous and traditional peoples of the world and ecoregion conservation : an integrated approach to conserving the world's biological and cultural diversity

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2000
IUCN Publication

Partnerships for protection : new strategies for planning and management for protected areas

How can we successfully conserve what remains of the world's rapidly diminishing natural and semi-natural areas? Although more and more land and water surface is protected many vital ecosystems are under-represented, and traditional conservation methods are often ineffective.

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