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Guidelines to reduce sea turtle mortality in fishing operations

Sea turtles are affected by a range of different factors, some natural and others caused by human activities, including fishing operations. As a result, all sea turtle species whose conservation status has been assessed are considered to be threatened or endangered.

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2009
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International guidelines for the management of deep-sea fisheries in the high seas

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2009
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Em Governança Partilhada! : um guia prático para as áreas marinhas protegidas da África Ocidental

O guia que tem em mãos inspira-se e segue a linha de trabalho da importante obra «Sharing Power» publicada pela UICN/CEESP e pelo IIED.

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2009
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Strengthening voices for better choices : a capacity needs assessment process

The Strengthening Voices for Better Choices (SVBC) project is currently operating in six tropical forest countries (Brazil, Ghana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Sri Lanka and Viet Nam).

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2009
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Making disaster risk reduction gender-sensitive : policy and practical guidelines

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2009
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Contracting for ABS : the legal and scientific implications of bioprospecting contracts

Contracts relating to scientific/technical development are effective only where they are enforceable or valid under relevant law, can be practically implemented by the Parties, and address matters arising from the relevant scientific/technical issues and practices.

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2009
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Lignes directrices pour de meilleures pratiques en matière d'inventaire et de suivi des populations de grands singes

Les menaces conjuguées auxquelles font actuellement face les derniers grands singes appellent des mesures de conservation immédiates à tous les niveaux -- des initiatives portant sur des sites particuliers aux conventions et plans d'action internationaux, en passant par les stratégies nationales

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2009
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An integrated wetland assessment toolkit : a guide to good practice

For billions of people throughout the world – especially the poorest – wetlands are critical for livelihoods. Wetlands are also home to an enormous diversity of wildlife, much of it unique to freshwater habitats.

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2009
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Guidelines for the re-introduction of Galliformes for conservation purposes

Re-introductions are increasingly being used as a wildlife management tool to restore extinct or depleted wild populations into suitable habitats.

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2009
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Best practice guidelines for the prevention and mitigation of conflict between humans and great apes

One of the challenges facing great ape conservation is the rising level of interaction between humans and great apes, and the resulting conflicts that emerge.

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2009
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Guidelines for the in situ re-introduction and translocation of African and Asian rhinoceros

Translocation has become routine in a number of African range states and has played a key role in increasing both white and black rhino numbers. Although less frequent in Asia, expertise and input was sought from many Asian rhino range states and has been incorporated into these guidelines.

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2009
IUCN Publication

Guidelines for applying protected area management categories (Czech version)

IUCN’s Protected Areas Management Categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives, are today accepted as the benchmark for defining, recording and classifying protected areas.They are recognized by international bodies such as the United Nations as well as many

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2008
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PANet : protected area networks : a handbook

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2008
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Sacred natural sites : guidelines for protected area managers (Japanese version)

Sacred sites are the oldest form of protected areas and many of them are very important biodiversity reservoirs.

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2008
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Guidelines for applying protected area management categories (Japanese version)

IUCN’s Protected Areas Management Categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives, are today accepted as the benchmark for defining, recording and classifying protected areas.They are recognized by international bodies such as the United Nations as well as many

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2008
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Defining protected areas : an international conference in Almeria, Spain, May 2007

The “Categories Summit” which is reported in these proceedings was a major contribution to the revision of the IUCN protected area management categories.

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2008
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Guidelines for applying protected area management categories (Korean version)

IUCN’s Protected Areas Management Categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives, are today accepted as the benchmark for defining, recording and classifying protected areas.They are recognized by international bodies such as the United Nations as well as many

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Guidelines for applying protected area management categories (Arabic version)

IUCN’s Protected Areas Management Categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives, are today accepted as the benchmark for defining, recording and classifying protected areas.They are recognized by international bodies such as the United Nations as well as many

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Looduslikud pühapaigad : juhend kaitsealade valitsejatele

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2008
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Flow : the essentials of environmental flows

An environmental flow is the water regime provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and their benefits where there are competing water uses and where flows are regulated.

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Sacred natural sites : guidelines for protected area managers (Russian version)

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2008
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Sitios naturales sagrados: directrices para administradores de áreas protegidas

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2008
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Mediterranean mountains in a changing world : guidelines for developing action plans

This book includes a set of strategic guidelines and key conservation and development issues for the Mediterranean mountains, grouped into eight priority themes, as a starting point towards the elaboration of action plans for the Mediterranean mountain chains.The book contents are based on the ou

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2008
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Evaluation de l'efficacité : un cadre pour l'évaluation de l'efficacité de la gestion des aires protégées

The Framework for management effectiveness developed by the IUCN World Commission for Protected Areas was published in the first version of this Best Practice Guideline. It is further explained and interpreted, although not substantially altered, in this version.

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2008
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Directrices para la aplicación de las categorías de gestión de áreas protegidas

IUCN’s Protected Areas Management Categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives, are today accepted as the benchmark for defining, recording and classifying protected areas.They are recognized by international bodies such as the United Nations as well as many

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Lignes directrices pour l'application des catégories de gestion aux aires protégées

IUCN’s Protected Areas Management Categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives, are today accepted as the benchmark for defining, recording and classifying protected areas.They are recognized by international bodies such as the United Nations as well as many

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Guidelines for applying protected area management categories

IUCN’s Protected Areas Management Categories, which classify protected areas according to their management objectives, are today accepted as the benchmark for defining, recording and classifying protected areas.They are recognized by international bodies such as the United Nations as well as many

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Best practice guidelines for surveys and monitoring of great ape populations

The combination of threats currently facing the remaining great apes requires immediate conservation action at all scales – from site-level initiatives, through national and regional strategies, to international conventions and action plans.

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2008
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Sacred natural sites : guidelines for protected area managers

Sacred sites are the oldest form of protected areas and many of them are very important biodiversity reservoirs.

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2008
IUCN Grey Literature

Guidelines for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in tropical timber production forests

The objective of these guidelines is to help foresters and forest planners improve the contribution of tropical production forests to global efforts to conserve biodiversity.

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2007
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Guidelines for strategic adaptive management : experiences from managing the rivers of the Kruger National Park

This guidelines outlines one management tool, strategic adaptive management, that has been developed by the staff and managers of Kruger National Park. This approach recognises and is responsive to global change factors in a realistic and practical manner.

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2007
Non IUCN Publication

Guidelines for the better management practices on avoidance, mitigation and management of human-orangutan conflict in and around oil palm plantations

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2007
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Guide pratique à l’attention des agents chargés de la surveillance nautique d’aires marines protégées

Les objectifs de ce guide visent principalement à appuyer les formations pratiques, à approfondir l’apprentissage, à apporter des solutions d’urgence et à surveiller les aires marines protégées régionales sur la base de procédures communes.

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2007
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Lignes directrices pour de meilleures pratiques en matière de réintroduction des grands singes

Re-introduction is one tool for conserving great apes and their natural habitats. These guidelines adapt other IUCN documents to pertain specifically to the re-introduction of great apes.

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2007
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Best Practices in Botswana for the Management of Natural Resources by Communities

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Flow : the essentials of environmental flows (Thai version)

An environmental flow is the water regime provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and their benefits where there are competing water uses and where flows are regulated.

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Flow : the essentials of environmental flows (Burmese version)

An environmental flow is the water regime provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and their benefits where there are competing water uses and where flows are regulated.

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2007
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Best practice guidelines for the establishment of a coastal greenbelt

The objective of these guidelines is to evolve a systematically designed common approach for rehabilitation of a vegetation buffer stable enough to absorb the devastating energy of natural disasters. These Guidelines provide implementers with a quick reference to the procedures.

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2007
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Technical guidelines for the establishment of a coastal greenbelt

The need to establish a coastal green belt following the post-tsunami scenario has led to unregulated rehabilitation work.

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2007
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Best practice guidelines on restoration of homegardens in tsunami affected areas

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2007
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Fluxo : elementos essenciais de fluxos ambientais

An environmental flow is the water regime provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and their benefits where there are competing water uses and where flows are regulated.

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2007
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Best practice guidelines for the re-introduction of great apes

Re-introduction is one tool for conserving great apes and their natural habitats. These guidelines adapt other IUCN documents to pertain specifically to the re-introduction of great apes.

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2007
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Identification and gap analysis of key biodiversity areas : targets for comprehensive protected area systems

Important Bird Areas and Important Plant Areas have already been identified in more than 170 countries.

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2007
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Flow : the essentials of environmental flows (Lao version)

An environmental flow is the water regime provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and their benefits where there are competing water uses and where flows are regulated.

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Flow : the essentials of environmental flows (Vietnamese version)

An environmental flow is the water regime provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and their benefits where there are competing water uses and where flows are regulated.

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2007
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Operational guidelines for private sector engagement

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2006
Non IUCN Publication

Promoting pro-poor growth : infrastructure

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2006
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Promoting pro-poor growth : private sector development

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2006
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Promoting pro-poor growth : agriculture

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2006

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