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National guidance for plastic pollution hotspotting and shaping action

This guidance is co-developed by UNEP, IUCN, and the Life Cycle Initiative.

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IUCN Publication

Guidance for using the IUCN Global Standard for Nature-based Solutions: first edition

This Guidance for using the IUCN Global Standard for Nature-based Solutions accompanies the Global Standard to provide the scientific basis and guidance for users.

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IUCN Global Standard for Nature-based Solutions : first edition

The IUCN Global Standard for Nature-based Solutions lists the Criteria and Indicators, as adopted by the 98th Meeting of the IUCN Council in 2020.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Advancing action on nature through business platforms

Engaging with business is vital for moving towards a more sustainable future. This paper examines nine different business and biodiversity platforms from across the IUCN network.

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Mainstreaming climate change in the Rio Doce watershed restoration

Increased risk of climate change makes the communities in the Rio Doce more vulnerable to events, such as flooding, landslides and coastal erosion, indicating the need for policies and investments to build institutional and  societal resilience for climate change adaptation, particularly in regar

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Guidelines for conserving connectivity through ecological networks and corridors

Connectivity conservation is essential for managing healthy ecosystems, conserving biodiversity and adapting to climate change across all biomes and spatial scales.

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Approaches to sustainable agriculture

The high amount of land used for cultivation and livestock farming has dramatically shaped landscapes in Europe and throughout the rest of the world. Agriculture is a fundamental human activity that intrinsically depends on nature and at the same time poses a threat to it.

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Regional action plan for the conservation of western chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) 2020–2030

In 2016, IUCN uplisted the western chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes verus, from “Endangered” to “Critically Endangered”, reflecting the subspecies’ increasingly dire conservation status.

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Roatán spiny-tailed iguana (Ctenosaura oedirhina)

The Endangered Roatán spiny-tailed iguana (Ctenosaura oedirhina) is found only on the islands of Roatán, Barbareta, and some surrounding cays.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Closing the gap : financing and resourcing of protected and conserved areas in Eastern and Southern Africa

This report aims to provide an overview of the current status of protected area finance in the Southern and Eastern African region, covering 24 countries, to understand the extent of the challenge.

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IUCN Grey Literature

The status and distribution of freshwater fishes in Mexico

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Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation annual report 2019

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International Union for Conservation of Nature : Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean Regional Office annual report 2019

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Afrique Centrale et Occidentale Bureau Regional rapport annuel 2019

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IUCN Grey Literature

West and Central Africa Regional Office annual report 2019

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IUCN Grey Literature

Natural World Heritage in Africa

This report provides a synthesis of key information on the implementation of the World Heritage Convention in Africa, and some guidance on how it might contribute to global conservation efforts and sustainable development in the future. 

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Mitigating biodiversity impacts of sports events

There is growing recognition of the need for sport and sports events to be conducted in socially and environmentally responsible ways and this is reflected in the attitudes of governments, public authorities and regulators. This means that taking a proactive and diligent approach to environmental

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IUCN Grey Literature

Plasticus Mare Balticum

This report seeks to share understanding of the roots of plastic polymer pathways to the Baltic Sea, then moves to defining the nature and extent of the problem, then passes to the impacts on sea ice habitat and marine species of the region.

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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN 2019 : West Asia Regional Office annual report 2019

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Accelerating biodiversity commitments through forest landscape restoration

This document provides guidance, information and evidence about how forest landscape restoration (FLR) can accelerate progress towards achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, tackling the current challenges of maintaining a balance of land productivity and ecosystem integrity.

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World Heritage thematic study for Central Asia

The World Heritage thematic study for Central Asia has been produced as a contribution to supporting the implementation of the World Heritage Convention in Central Asia.

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Gender-based violence and environment linkages

Rooted in discriminatory gender norms and laws and shrouded in impunity, gender-based violence (GBV) occurs in all societies as a means of control, subjugation and exploitation that further reinforces gender inequality.

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Non IUCN Publication

Conservation biology

Conservation Biology brings together theory, applied research, basic research, and hundreds of real-world examples and stories from dozens of disciplines to teach students how to become practicing conservation biologists who protect and manage Earth's biodiversity.

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The marine plastic footprint

Plastic pollution originates from various sources. While many industries are taking steps to reduce their dependence on plastic, there is currently no reliable methodology to forecast specifically the extent of the marine plastic leakage from an industry or a country and map potential leakage hot

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Crane conservation strategy

This landmark volume provides a wealth of information to guide the conserva­tion of the world’s fifteen species of cranes and the ecosystems where they occur. It reflects the work and knowledge of dozens of devoted colleagues in the IUCN Species Survival Commission’s Crane Specialist Group.

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2019
IUCN Grey Literature

An assessment of wildlife poaching and trafficking in Bolivia and Suriname

IUCN National Committee of the Netherlands (IUCN NL) commissioned this assessment of wildlife poaching and trafficking in the Amazon in order to enhance understanding of the issue and inform potential future engagement.

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Drivers of landscape change in the northwest Boreal region

The northwest boreal region of North America is a land of extremes.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Identification guide of vulnerable species incidentally caught in Mediterranean fisheries

This identification guide has been developed to support the monitoring of bycatch of vulnerable species in Mediterranean fisheries.

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Non IUCN Publication

Biodiversity and health in the face of climate change

This open access book identifies and discusses biodiversity’s contribution to physical, mental and spiritual health and wellbeing.

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Executive summary : tangled roots and changing tides

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Tangled roots and changing tides : mangrove governance for conservation and sustainable use

Mangroves cut across ecosystems, sectors, jurisdictions and governance regimes.

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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 Grey Literature

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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2019
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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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Non IUCN Publication

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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