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Handbook of the mammals of the world : vol. 8 : bats

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Ocean deoxygenation : everyone's problem...summary for policy makers

The ocean represents 97% of the physical habitable space on the planet and is central to sustaining all life on Earth. Since 2000 significant and dedicated effort has been directed at raising awareness and understanding of the consequences of greenhouse gas emissions on the ocean.

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Ocean deoxygenation : everyone’s problem

The ocean represents 97% of the physical habitable space on the planet and is central to sustaining all life on Earth. Since 2000 significant and dedicated effort has been directed at raising awareness and understanding of the consequences of greenhouse gas emissions on the ocean.

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Guidelines for applying the IUCN protected area management categories to marine protected areas

The development of this second edition of these guidelines was in part a response to evidence of the widespread incorrect application of the categories to marine protected areas (MPAs).

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Recognising and reporting other effective area-based conservation measures

In November 2018, Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity adopted at the 14th Conference of the Parties a definition of an "other effective area-based conservation measure" (OECM) as well as guiding principles, common characteristics and criteria for identification of OECMs (CBD/COP/DEC

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IUCN Grey Literature

Increasing returns on investment opportunities by applying a nexus approach

To showcase how increased returns on investment opportunities can be achieved by applying a nexus approach, best practices of the water-energy-food nexus were collected in the form of several case studies.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Building an enabling environment for water, energy and food security dialogue in Central Asia

This capacity needs assessment identifies opportunities for institutional capacity development to strengthen multi-sectoral planning and implementation in order to create an enabling environment for nexus perspectives in Central Asia.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Regional institutional arrangements advancing water, energy and food security in Central Asia

This institutional analysis looks at existing institutional arragements, provides insights into barriers and opportunities of the practical application of the water-energy-food security nexus in Central Asia and considers options for improved multi-sectoral dialogue and cooperation. 

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IUCN Grey Literature

Independent technical review of the "Strategic environmental assessment for the proposed Rufiji hydropower project" in Selous Game Reserve World Heritage site, Tanzania

This independent technical review assesses the "Strategic environmental assessment report for the proposed Rufiji hydropower project", dated April 2019, that relates to the planned Rufiji River Hydropower Project (RRHP).

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IUCN 70 years : Asia Regional Office annual report 2018

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Conservation priorities for freshwater biodiversity in the Lake Malawi/Nyasa/Niassa catchment

The Lake Malawi/Nyasa/Niassa Catchment (LMNNC) supports exceptionally high diversity and endemism of freshwater species.

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IUCN Grey Literature

An analysis of existing laws on forest protection in the main soy-producing countries in Latin America

This report belongs to series of three related reports. This report investigates what legal compliance means for protecting forests and ecosystems in the main Latin American countries of origin for European soy: Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Sun bears : global status review and conservation action plan, 2019–2018

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Advancing gender in the environment

This guide provides an overview of the unique roles and contributions women make in the wild-caught fisheries sector.

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Non IUCN Publication

Global land outlook : Latin America and the Caribbean thematic report

Timely action to prevent, reduce and reverse land degradation can improve food and water security, contribute to climate change adaptation and mitigation, and avoid conflicts and migration.

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Global land outlook : Northeast Asia thematic report

In the Northeast Asia sub-region, environmental pollution, transboundary sand and dust storms (SDS), agricultural expansion, deforestation, and overgrazing are growing challenges that are being further complicated by the impacts of climate change.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Water, energy and food security nexus in Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia

This study is aimed at the assessment of current policies as well as regulatory and legal frameworks on renewable energy and energy efficiency, water management, the food security nexus and sustainable development in the countries of Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Optimizing water use in the Central Highlands of Viet Nam : focus on the Robusta coffee sector

The objective of this assignment is to prepare an investment strategy for coffee and cash crop production in the Central Highlands of Viet Nam which complies with the nexus principles of maximizing economic benefits across the Srepok and Sesan river basins. 

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IUCN Grey Literature

Water use and Nexus opportunities in the Central Highlands of Viet Nam : an overview

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How inter-institutional networks transform landscapes

For forest landscape restoration (FLR) to be sustainable and responsive to multiple developmental and environmental needs, we need dialogue and coordination among sectors, actors and institutions.

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Protecting the Third Pole : transplanting international law

This highly topical book considers the important question of how best to protect the environment of the Third Pole – the area comprising the Hindu Kush Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau – using the tool of international law.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Nature-based solutions in nationally determined contributions

Nature-based solutions (NbS) -- centred on the protection, restoration and sustainable management of the world's ecosystems -- have a vitally important role to play in addressing both the causes and consequences of climate change.

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A miniature world in decline

The European Red List is a review of the status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Estimating the mitigation potential of forest landscape restoration

This document aims to guide proponents and developers of forest landscape restoration (FLR) activities and programmes in the rapid estimation of FLR mitigation potential, alignment with national greenhouse gas (GHG) estimation processes and identification of opportunities to enhance the role of F

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Reviving land and restoring landscapes

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) continue to influence global development policy in the coming decade.

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European Red List of trees

The European Red List is a review of the status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level – in order that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status.

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Review of plastic footprint methodologies

Of the 8,300 million tonnes of plastic produced from 1950 to 2015, only 7% has been recycled while more than half has been discarded in landfill or leaked into the environment. Companies, organisations, and governments are taking measures to tackle plastic pollution.

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Heritage dammed

The first part of this report presents a general review and collection of case-studies on the impacts of water infrastructure on World Heritage areas world-wide.

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A landscape for everyone

Within a landscape of overlapping ecological, social and economic priorities, there exists a fundamental need to balance the land use dynamics of natural resource management with environmental and livelihood considerations.

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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN 70 years : West and Central Africa Regional Office annual report 2018

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Summaries of the IUCN and TRAFFIC analyses of the proposals to amend the CITES appendices at the 18th meeting of the Conference of the Parties

CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) was opened for signature in Washington DC on 3rd March 1973, and to date has 182 Parties from across the world.

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IUCN and TRAFFIC analyses of the proposals to amend the CITES appendices at the 18th meeting of the Conference of the Parties

CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) was opened for signature in Washington DC on 3rd March 1973, and to date has 182 Parties from across the world.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Measuring, understanding and adapting to nexus trade-offs in the Sekong, Sesan and Srepok transboundary river basins

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IUCN Grey Literature

European soy monitor

In this report, we provide insights on the use of responsible and deforestation-free soy in the EU-28 member states, Norway and Switzerland (EU+). As the second largest importer of soy, Europe has a responsibility to solve the sustainability issues connected to its soy consumption.

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Wild plants for a sustainable future

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IUCN Grey Literature

Setting the biodiversity bar for palm oil certification

This report provides an overview of palm oil sustainability standards' measures to stop biodiversity loss and restore habitat for biodiversity conservation. It highlights critical areas that need to be improved and recommends specific actions for palm oil buyers and investors. 

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World Heritage volcanoes

Volcanoes are true wonders of the planet; they are central to the formation, evolution and sustenance of biological systems; they form some of our deepest and most significant cultural attachments to the land; and they attract large numbers of visitors for their aesthetic appeal.

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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN 70 years : European region annual report 2018

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Second Bonn Challenge progress report

In 2011, the government of Germany and IUCN together launched the Bonn Challenge as a global commitment to bring under restoration 150 million hectares (Mha) of land by 2020.  IUCN has developed the Bonn Challenge Barometer: a progress-tracking framework and tool to support pledgers in meeting th

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IUCN Grey Literature

The Poseidon patrol meets the reef riders

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European Red List of terrestrial molluscs: snails, slugs, and semi-slugs

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European Red List of selected endemic shrubs

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Non IUCN Publication

The Mulu land grab

This report details multiple legal breaches by Malaysian palm oil producer Radiant Lagoon near the UNESCO-protected Gunung Mulu National Park, one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Governance of the Ganges River Basin

The Ganges River Basin is shared by four countries – Bangladesh, China, India and Nepal – and though it lacks a regional basin-level cooperation agreement to facilitate its joint management and address common challenges such as floods and climate change, there are four bilateral agreements on the

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Technical review of the environmental impact assessment for the Rufiji hydropower project in Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania

This rapid technical review assesses the “Updated Environmental Impact Assessment Report for 2100 MW Power Generation from the Rufiji Hydropower Project in Selous Game Reserve, Pwani and Morogoro regions, Tanzania” of 18 October 2018 that relates to a planned hydropower project to be built at Sti

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IUCN 70 years : Oceania Regional Office annual report 2018

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Summary of national assessments of the state of nature conservation systems in South-Eastern Europe

The present volume should be read in conjunction with State of nature conservation systems in South-Eastern Europe as it represents its integral part and foundation.

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Integrated planning

This publication explores emerging concepts, challenges, and key policy and law tools to help inform governments as they modernize public sector planning to better address 21st century change and advance their sustainable development goals.

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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN 70 years : Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation annual report 2018

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Genetic frontiers for conservation...synthesis and key messages

In recent years synthetic biology has emerged as a suite of techniques and technologies that enable humans to read, interpret, modify, design and manufacture DNA in order to rapidly influence the forms and functions of cells and organisms, with the potential to reach whole species and ecosystems.

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