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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 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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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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IUCN Grey Literature

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 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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Genetic frontiers for conservation...technical assessment

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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Harvest monitoring of snakes in trade

The primary purpose of these guidelines is to assist those actively engaged in snake harvest and trade situations, who are faced with the need to implement monitoring and management.

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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN 70 years : Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean Regional Office annual report 2018

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Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM) in Myanmar

The report summarizes the methodology and main outcomes of a national Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM) process to identify forest landscape restoration opportunities in Myanmar.

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IUCN 70 years : International Union for Conservation of Nature annual report 2018

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Island invasives : scaling up to meet the challenge

The papers in this volume were, with a few exceptions, presented at the third Island Invasives conference, held in Dundee, Scotland in July 2017.  The papers demonstrate up-scaling in several aspects of eradication operations – not least in ambition, land area, operational size, global reach and

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Guidelines for the management of confiscated, live organisms

Illegal trade in wildlife has increased dramatically over the past decade; however, so have enforcement efforts aimed at mitigating this threat. Successful enforcement often involves the seizure and confiscation of wild species from diverse taxa of plants, animals and fungi.

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Mitigating biodiversity impacts of new sports venues

Wherever a new sports venue is built, or the refurbishment of an existing venue is undertaken, it is likely that biodiversity will be affected by that development, although the significance of impacts on biodiversity – both negative and positive – will vary enormously from sport to sport and loca

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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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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN 70 years : united for life and livelihoods

This book is a celebration of IUCN's history and the 70 years since its establishment in Fontainebleau.

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2018
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Gender and environment statistics : unlocking information for action and measuring the SDGs

This report seeks to provide a framework to measure the nexus between gender and the environment.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Green bonds and integrated landscape management

The Netherlands Enterprise Agency and the Ministry of Economic Affairs commissioned IUCN NL to research how innovative financial instruments such as green bonds can help scaling up Integrated Landscape Management (ILM) initiatives in the Netherlands.

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Non IUCN Publication

Opportunities for future research and innovation on food and nutrition security and agriculture

For the three-year IAP project 'food and nutrition security and agriculture', four parallel regional academy network working groups were constituted: in Africa (the Network of Afric

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Guide to the manta and devil rays of the world

Manta and devil rays are some of the most charismatic creatures in the ocean. Guide to the Manta and Devil Rays of the World includes detailed information on the identification, characteristics, threats and distribution for each of the species within this family of rays.

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Connecting with nature to care for ourselves and the Earth

This document illuminates the diverse values of experiences and connections with nature and their relationship to positive behaviours towards the Earth. In 2018, led by Dr.

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Conejos y liebres insulares de México = Insular rabbits and hares of Mexico

Este volumen concentra la dinámica de los ecosistemas insulares a través de la lente de un importante taxón de mamíferos, los lagomorfos.

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Cranes and agriculture

Cranes have coexisted with agriculture for centuries in some regions and may often benefit from cropland or grazing.

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Rainforest conservation : 30 years of Rainforest Trust impact

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Asia's wildlife : a journey to the forests of hope

This publication offers nature lovers and visitors to tropical Asia an intriguing insight into the natural history of some of the continent's least known and most threatened species.

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Living cities : towards ecological urbanism

The thoughtful integration of built and natural environments in urban areas to advance social and economic goals has become a 21st century imperative.

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2018 handbook of statistics

The UNCTAD Handbook of Statistics 2018 provides a wide range of statistics and indicators relevant to the analysis of international trade, investment, maritime transport and development.

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The least developed countries report 2018

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Quantifying linkages between coastal flooding, health, and mental well-being

Emerging evidence shows that the proximity to nature, including coastal environments, provides many benefits to human health and mental well-being.

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Mammals of Korea

This book presents 127 species of Korean mammals describing their taxonomy, natural history, distribution, conservation, and management. Also, the book introduces hotspots for mammal watching, history of Korean mammalogy, and mammalian zoogeography of Korea.

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A better future for the planet Earth, vol.I–V (1992–2016)

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Legal frameworks for mangrove governance, conservation and use : assessment summary

The assessment includes a global review of literature and legal information on international and national law and policy, a desk assessment of mangrove-related legal instruments in India, Kenya and Mexico, and an in-depth evaluation of effectiveness of mangrove-related law in Costa Rica, Madagasc

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IUCN Grey Literature

Opportunities for benefit sharing in the Meghna Basin, Bangladesh and India

Considering the increasing recognition of the role of benefit sharing in facilitating transboundary water cooperation, the IUCN BRIDGE GBM project is facilitating development of a Transboundary Benefit Sharing Strategy (TBSS) for the Meghna Basin.

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Increasing success and effectiveness of mangrove conservation investments : a guide for project developers, donors and investors

Mangroves are among the most important ecosystems on the planet. They provide nursery grounds for a wide variety of marine and landbased species, sustain livelihoods of coastal populations, and protection from ocean swell and extreme weather events.

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Ensuring no net loss for people as well as biodiversity : good practice principles

Development projects worldwide are increasingly required to quantify and fully mitigate their impacts on biodiversity, with an objective of achieving ‘no net loss’ or a ‘net gain’ (NNL/NG) of biodiversity overall.

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Crossing boundaries : legal and policy arrangements for cross-border pastoralism

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Pacific marine climate change report card 2018

This report card provides a summary of climate change impacts on coasts and seas in the Pacific island region, and how Pacific islands can respond. 

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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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