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Protecting people through nature

Protecting natural areas and ecosystems is not anti-development. This report shows that by conserving large areas of habitat, natural World Heritage sites also increase resilience to natural and weather-related disasters, support livelihoods for communities, and provide communities with vital pro

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2016
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African solutions in a rapidly changing world = Solutions africaines dans un monde qui change rapidement

In this publication, several case studies from the African continent illustrate the "nature-based solutions" approach and offer hope that effective solutions to the climate change dilemma can be addressed through local responses that also achieve mutual benefits for biodiversity conservation and

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2015
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L'adaptation fondée sur les ecosystèmes : arguments economiques pour promouvoir les solutions fondées sur la nature en réponse au changement climatique

L'adaptation basée sur les ecosystèmes (AbE) intègre la biodiversité et les services écosystémiques dans un stratégie d'adaptation au changement climatique.

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2015
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Ecosystem based adaptation : knowledge gaps in making an economic case for investing in nature based solutions for climate change

Ecosystem-based adaptation (Eba) uses biodiversity and ecosystem services as part of a larger adaptation strategy to climate change.

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2015
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The benefits of natural world heritage : identifying and assessing ecosystem services and benefits provided by the world's most iconic natural places

This study identifies and assesses the diversity of ecosystem services, and in turn the benefits that World Heritage sites can deliver to society and the economy through direct and indirect use or through inherent 'non-use' values.

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2014
Non IUCN Publication

Social and economic benefits of protected areas : an assessment guide

This book offers a comprehensive introduction to the socio-economic benefits of PAs and PA networks and provides step-by-step practical guidance on identifying, assessing and valuing the various ecosystem services and related benefits provided by PAs.

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2013
Non IUCN Publication

People and biodiversity policies

Biodiversity policies promote the protection, conservation, and sustainable use of biologically diverse ecosystems and habitats. In doing so, they create significant public benefits and contribute to social well-being.

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2008
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The green buck : using economic tools to deliver conservation goals, a WWF field guide

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2005
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Economic benefits of protected areas : field studies in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam

These studies investigate the role of protected areas in supporting local socio economic development in selected regions of each country.

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2003
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A methodological review of net benefit evaluation for marine reserves

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1995
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A protected areas vision for Canada

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1991