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IUCN Grey Literature

European Red List of saproxylic beetles

Saproxylic beetles are insects that depend on dead and decaying wood for at least part of their lifecycle, and play important ecological roles in European habitats. The current IUCN European Red List provides an assessment for 693 species of saproxylic beetles.

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2018
IUCN Grey Literature

The impact of IUCN resolutions on international conservation efforts : an overview

This paper briefly highlights some of the major impacts and influences that IUCN Resolutions have had on conservation.

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2018
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World Heritage and human rights

The World Heritage community is currently adopting policies to mainstream human rights as part of a wider sustainability agenda.

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2018
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Wild life, wild livelihoods

This report synthesizes insights and lessons from decades of experience in community wildlife management (CWM), supplementing this with insights from more recent work focused on community-level responses to tackling the current illegal trade in wildlife (ITW) “crisis”.

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2018
IUCN Grey Literature

Wildlife crime assessment in Ethiopia

The main purpose of this wildlife crime assessment is to provide information on the current trends and drivers of wildlife crime in Ethiopia, get insights into existing local criminal networks, evaluate how the country serves as a transit route for the contraband and, assess the strengths and wea

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2017
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Diseases of juvenile and adult mud crab Scylla spp. in the Philippines

A 30-page manual detailing the different diseases of mud crab and the corresponding prevention/control measures.

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Philippines : in the forefront of the mud crab industry

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2017
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Nature-based solutions to climate change adaptation in urban areas

This open access book brings together research findings and experiences from science, policy and practice to highlight and debate the importance of nature-based solutions to climate change adaptation in urban areas.

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2017
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Study for the planning of the preliminary phase of the reintroduction of Nubian ibex (Capra nubiana) in the Shouf Biosphere Reserve (SBR). Second step : field assessment in Jordan.

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Transdisciplinary solutions for sustainable development

This innovative book identifies the key issues that block progress in sustainable development and proposes transdisciplinary solutions.

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2017
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Writing in the environmental sciences

This refreshingly clear guide provides environmental scientists and conservation professionals with an effective writing process that can be applied in a range of financial, political, or organizational contexts.

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2017
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Marine protected areas : economics, management and effective policy mixes

Intense exploitation of our oceans and seas is degrading marine biodiversity and ecosystems at an alarming rate.

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2017
IUCN Grey Literature

Southern ground hornbill

Only one of the nine African savanna hornbill species, the Southern Ground-Hornbill (Bucorvus leadbeateri: hereafter SGH) is listed as being of conservation concern.

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2017
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Back from the brink = Desde el umbral de la extinción

Back from the Brink celebrates the remarkable resolve of innumerable people and institutions to save the ever-rising numbers of threatened species.

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2017
IUCN Grey Literature

Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean angel shark conservation strategy

This conservation strategy provides a summary of available information for the three species of angel shark in the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean.

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2017
Non IUCN Publication

Scaly nexus

Indonesia is home to one species of pangolin, the Sunda Pangolin Manis javanica, which can be found from Sumatra, Java and adjacent islands to Kalimantan. While little is known about the population of pangolins in Indonesia, it is likely that current trade and hunting levels are unsustainable.

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2017
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The global trafficking of pangolins

Pangolins are currently the most heavily trafficked wild mammals in the world. In this report, the illegal pangolin trade from 2010–2015 was investigated, focusing on the global trade routes used to traffic pangolins and their derivatives.

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2017
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The forests of the strict reserve of Białowieża National Park

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2017
IUCN Grey Literature

An introduction to ocean acidification

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2017
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Irrigation, food security and poverty : lessons from three large dams in West Africa

In recent years, the governments of the Sahel have committed to combat poverty and food insecurity through a significant increase in the development of irrigable areas. From 2013 onwards, GWI has carried out retrospective studies on three existing dam and rice field sites: Sélingué in Mali, Bagré

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2017
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White paper : options and financial mechanisms for the financing of biodiversity offsets

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2017
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Handbook of the mammals of the world : vol. 7 : rodents II

Volume 7 of the Handbook of Mammals of the World (HMW) covers 9 families of Rodents. 

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2017
IUCN Grey Literature

Status review, disease risk analysis and conservation action plan for the Bellinger River snapping turtle (Myuchelys georgesi)

The Bellinger River Snapping Turtle (BRST) (Myuchelys georgesi) is a freshwater turtle endemic to a 60 km stretch of the Bellinger River, and possibly a portion of the nearby Kalang River in coastal north eastern New South Wales (NSW). In mid-February, 2015 a significant mortality event was obser

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IUCN Grey Literature

Regional Water Forum : Tegucigalpa 2017

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2017
IUCN Grey Literature

International expert workshop "World Heritage and climate change – Towards the update of the Policy document on the impacts of climate change on World Heritage properties"

The meeting brought together 20 international heritage experts on climate change from 15 countries with the aim of discussing the update of the Policy Document on the Impacts of Climate Change on World Heritage Properties, adopted by the

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Non IUCN Publication

The Arctic in international law and policy

The Arctic is an increasingly important region faced with major challenges caused not only by the effects of climate change, but also by a growing interest in its living and non-living resources, its attraction as a new destination for tourism, and as a route for navigation.

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IUCN Publication

Anna's forest

Anna's Forest focuses on the need to protect life on land (SDG #15). After Anna’s father finds out that he is facing some serious health concerns, enhanced by the pollution in the city, she and her family temporarily move to the countryside.

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Non IUCN Publication

The tale of Mrs Possum : a reflection on New Zealand society

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2017
IUCN Publication

Guidelines for species conservation planning : version 1.0

The Guidelines aim to be equally relevant for any taxon on Earth. Recent experience has shown that no two planning situations are the same.

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2017
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Freshwater Key Biodiversity Areas in the north-western Mediterranean sub-region

The Mediterranean Basin biodiversity hotspot is known to be one of the most biologically rich and complex regions on Earth.

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2017
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Multi-species action plan to conserve African-Eurasian vultures

Vultures are a characteristic, distinctive and spectacular component of the biodiversity of the environments they inhabit. They also provide critically important ecosystem services by cleaning up carcasses and other organic waste in the environment.

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IUCN Asia members annual report 2016

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Adriatic marbled bush-cricket (Zeuneriana marmorata) : a national action plan for Slovenia 2016-2022

The Adriatic Marbled Bush-Cricket, Zeuneriana marmorata, is a rare bush-cricket species, which is found in a few wetlands in north-eastern Italy (Friuli Venezia Giulia) and Slovenia. For several decades, Z.

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Adriatic marbled bush-cricket (Zeuneriana marmorata) : a national action plan for Italy 2016-2022

The Adriatic Marbled Bush-Cricket, Zeuneriana marmorata, is a rare bush-cricket species, which is found in a few wetlands in north-eastern Italy (Friuli Venezia Giulia) and Slovenia. For several decades, Z.

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2017
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Bonn Challenge Barometer of Progress

The Bonn Challenge, launched in September 2011 and extended by the 2014 New York Declaration on Forests, is an enormous opportunity to improve environmental and social outcomes globally, nationally and sub-nationally.

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Primates in peril : the world's 25 most endangered primates, 2016-2018

Here we report on the ninth iteration of the biennial listing of a consensus of the 25 primate species considered to be among the most endangered worldwide and the most in need of conservation measures.

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Non IUCN Publication

The charcoal transition

Charcoal is widely used for cooking and heating in developing countries.

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2017
IUCN Publication

Youth voices : curriculum sourcebook

This Youth Voices Curriculum Sourcebook, developed as part of the IUCN World Conservation Congress Hawai'i 2016 to reach younger generations, aims to infuse nature into teaching and learning endeavors, to help (re)connect children and youth with nature, and to inspire their passion and action for

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The #NatureForAll playbook

In 2015, the Canadian Parks Council (CPC) formed a citizen working group to develop an action guide to connect Canadians with Nature. One year later, The Nature Playbook was launched to great acclaim.

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2017
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Geography for CCEA A2 level

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Unit A2 1: Physical Processes, Landforms and Management

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2017
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Case studies carried out within the 'Our Common Dignity Initiative 2011-2016 Initiative: Rights-Based Approaches in World Heritage'

The objective of the Our Common Dignity initiative has been to contribute towards building awareness of rights issues in World Heritage and heritage management, to promote ‘good practice’ approaches to rights and their enabling conditions, and to develop and recommend relevant tools and guideline

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2017
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[IUCN CEC] Annual report 2016

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2017
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Annual report 2016 : IUCN Washington D.C. Office

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2017
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Freshwater key biodiversity areas in Canada

Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) are areas contributing significantly to the global persistence of biodiversity. KBAs need to be managed to ensure environmental flows are sufficient to support these fragile freshwater ecosystems.

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2017
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IUCN World Heritage Outlook 2

Natural World Heritage sites are internationally recognised as having the highest global nature conservation priority.

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2017
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National marine plastic litter policies in EU Member States

The aim of this study is to provide an overview of national legal instruments in all European Union Member States related to protection of the marine environment from plastic pollution, and to support upcoming European policy efforts such as the EU Strategy on Plastics, but also other future effo

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Global land outlook

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2017
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The EPIC project : demonstrating that nature can reduce the impacts of disasters

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2017

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