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IUCN Grey Literature

Reforesting for the climate of tomorrow

In Indonesia, Kutai National Park is home to what is likely to be East Kalimantan’s largest population of the Critically Endangered eastern subspecies of the Bornean Orangutan, Pongo pygmaeus morio.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Guidelines for using A global standard for the identification of Key Biodiversity Areas : version 1.0

The purpose of these guidelines is to ensure that Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) identification is based on consistent, scientifically rigorous yet practical methods.

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Protected planet report 2018

The Protected Planet Report 2018 provides an update of progress towards Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 at the global scale. With two years to go until 2020, the Protected Planet Report 2018 confirms that significant progress has been made to accelerate protection of biodiversity on land and in the

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IUCN 2017 : Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regional Office annual report 2017

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Application of Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM) in Asia

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The conservation status and distribution of Mediterranean saproxylic beetles

The Mediterranean Red List assessment is a review of the conservation status at regional level of approximately 6,000 species of animals and plants. This report summarizes the results for a key group of Mediterranean biodiversity: saproxylic beetles.

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Non IUCN Publication

Global innovation index 2018

The Global Innovation Index (GII) is a ranking of innovation performance of around 130 countries produced by Cornell University, INSEAD, and WIPO.

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IUCN Grey Literature

The development and use of biodiversity indicators in business

Businesses are seeking biodiversity indicators to help assess performance for a variety of business applications to address a range of internal and external drivers.

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Tourism and visitor management in protected areas

Protected areas are a key component of any global conservation strategy. Tourism provides a crucial and unique way of fostering visitors’ connection with protected area values, making it a potentially positive force for  conservation.

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State of nature conservation systems in South-Eastern Europe

This report is the first comprehensive attempt to collate all the relevant information on institutional arrangements for nature conservation in the region into one coherent report.

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Guidelines for privately protected areas

These guidelines address planning and management of privately protected areas (or PPAs) and the guidance is aimed principally at practitioners and policy makers, who are or may be involved with PPAs.

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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN Niger Delta Panel : stories of influence

This report is the second in a series that describes IUCN’s work with independent scientific and technical advisory panels.

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Conserving wild plants in the south and east Mediterranean region

The Mediterranean region is one of the world’s great centres of plant diversity and its benign climates have attracted successive waves of civilisations, which have largely shaped our attitudes and ethics to the present day.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Solutions in focus : community-led successes in marine conservation

This booklet is part of a series of compilations assembling PANORAMA solution case studies on a defined topic. “Solutions in Focus” zooms in on a topic of interest covered by PANORAMA, allowing to explore common elements and shared learnings across success stories.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Building dialogue to enhance governance of shared water resources in the Mano and Moa/Makona transboundary basins

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Back to the wild : reintroducing the scimitar-horned oryx into Chad

Featuring documentary-style photography, this work traces that remarkable story of how a species that was declared extinct in the wild was successfully reintroduced into its natural habitat.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Species conservation strategy for Mantella aurantiaca (the golden mantella frog), 2017-2021

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Sunda pangolin (Manis javanica) national conservation strategy and action plan 2018

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IUCN 2017 : Asia Regional Office annual report 2017

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Helmeted hornbill (Rhinoplax vigil) : status review, range-wide conservation strategy and action plan (2018 – 2027)

The helmeted hornbill faces a conservation crisis that requires an urgent response.

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World Heritage on the ground : ethnographic perspectives

The UNESCO World Heritage Convention of 1972 set the contemporary standard for cultural and natural conservation. Today, a place on the World Heritage List is much sought after for tourism promotion, development funding, and national prestige.

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Impacts of the Fundão Dam failure

On 5 November 2015, a large dam containing 52 million m3 of iron mining residues (tailings) collapsed in Mariana, Brazil.

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Oases for marine life = Oasis de vie marine

The purpose of this study on seamount and hydrothermal vent ecosystems is to review the state of knowledge on the subject matter in order to better guide decision-making processes to develop and implement conservation and sustainable management measures, as well as to discuss knowledge gaps and p

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IUCN Grey Literature

Women as change-makers in the governance of shared waters

Issues of women’s participation and gender equality in the governance of shared waters have received insufficient attention to date in both the research and practice literature, yet action is happening on the ground.

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Landscapes, at your service

The Restoration Opportunities Optimization Tool (ROOT) was developed out of a need to more efficiently and effectively communicate the importance of ecosystem services to decision makers.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Taller para desarollar un plan de salud para la vida silvestre de las Islas Galápagos = Workshop to develop a wildlife health plan for the Galápagos Islands

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Handbook of the mammals of the world : vol. 8 : insectivores, sloths and colugos

Volume 8 of the Handbook of Mammals of the World (HMW) contains an unusual compilation of important but smaller orders that we now know have either distant or nearly no taxonomic relationships. They include armadillos, sloths and anteaters. 

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Non IUCN Publication

A future in ruins

A Future in Ruins is the story of UNESCO's efforts to save the world's heritage and, in doing so, forge an international community dedicated to peaceful co-existence and conservation.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Solutions in focus : sustainable fisheries and aquaculture

PANORAMA is a partnership initiative to facilitate learning from success in conservation. It promotes examples of inspiring solutions that showcase how nature conservation can benefit society.

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Tools for measuring, modelling, and valuing ecosystem services

Increasing interest in measuring, modelling and valuing ecosystem services (ES), the benefits that ecosystems provide to people, has resulted in the development of an array of ES assessment tools in recent years. Selecting an appropriate tool for measuring and modelling ES can be challenging.

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Guidelines for invasive species planning and management on islands

‘Invasive species’ (often called pests, weeds and diseases) are plants, animals, disease agents and other organisms taken beyond their natural range by people, deliberately or unintentionally, and which become destructive to the environment or human livelihoods.

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Deep seabed mining

The sea below 200 meters depth accounts for 95% of the volume of the ocean, making it the largest habitat for life on Earth.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Survey report on elephant movement, human-elephant conflict situation, and possible intervention sites in and around Kutupalong Camp, Cox's Bazaar

IUCN Bangladesh started a project with a view to minimize the human-elephant conflicts in and around the Kutupalong Camp.

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Oil palm and biodiversity

The situation analysis primarily focuses on oil palm in the context of biodiversity conservation based on literature published before 31 January 2018, and aims to provide a constructive pathway to addressing sustainability challenges in the palm oil industry.

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Bonn Challenge and India

The protection and revival of degraded and deforested land is the need of the hour. In order to tackle the issues that arise as a consequence of degradation and deforestation, principles of forest landscape restoration are being globally promoted.

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Non IUCN Publication

Climate change adaptation in small island developing states

A wide ranging, comprehensive, and multi-disciplinary study, this is the first book that focuses on the challenges posed by climate change impacts on the all small island developing states, not just those in a specific region. As the global effects of climate change become increasingly evident an

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Transforming multilateral diplomacy

Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy provides the inside view of the negotiations that produced the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Not only did this process mark a sea change in how the UN conducts multilateral diplomacy, it changed the way the UN does its business.

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The world's largest private sector?

More than 1.5 billion smallholders throughout the world depend on forest landscapes to produce food, fuel, timber and non-wood forest products to meet their subsistence needs and generate cash income. Despite the large number of smallholders and the large collective scale of their production, pol

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Soil biodiversity and soil organic carbon

Soil biodiversity and soil organic carbon are vital to the way ecosystems function and they largely determine the role of land in producing food, storing water, and mitigating climate change. This report highlights how soil organic carbon and soil biodiversity provide the foundation for terrestri

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IUCN 2017 : West and Central Africa Regional Office annual report 2017

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Synergy among Sustainable Development Goals and biodiversity-related conventions in Bahrain

The objective of this report is to analyse the potential for enhancing synergies among the biodiversityrelated conventions and to develop a set of practical options for synergies in Bahrain.

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Ocean connections

The ocean on which Earth depends for relatively predictable weather, temperature and provisioning of goods and services is now changing more rapidly than it has for millions of years.

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IUCN 2017 : European region annual report 2017

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Biodiversity guidelines for forest landscape restoration opportunities assessments

Biodiversity is inherent in forest landscape restoration. As global initiatives like the Bonn Challenge and New York Declaration on Forests inspire nations to pursue sustainable landscapes and economic growth, on the ground, biodiversity binds people and nature to their shared future.

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IUCN Grey Literature

The Poseidon patrol

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Global forest governance and climate change

This edited collection assesses governance in forestry programmes and projects, including REDD+ governance.

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IUCN 2017 : Oceania Regional Office annual report 2017

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IUCN Grey Literature

Turtles in trouble

This updated publication is an effort to publicize the plight of tortoises and freshwater turtles by highlighting those species that are at the highest risk of extinction, in hopes that by calling greater attention to these magnifcent animals, we can help generate more international attention, mo

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