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Conserving wild plants in the south and east Mediterranean region

The Mediterranean region is one of the world’s great centres of plant diversity and its benign climates have attracted successive waves of civilisations, which have largely shaped our attitudes and ethics to the present day.

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2018
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Tools for measuring, modelling, and valuing ecosystem services

Increasing interest in measuring, modelling and valuing ecosystem services (ES), the benefits that ecosystems provide to people, has resulted in the development of an array of ES assessment tools in recent years. Selecting an appropriate tool for measuring and modelling ES can be challenging.

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2018
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Guidelines on business and KBAs

These Guidelines on business and KBAs have been developed by the KBA Partners to support businesses in managing risk to biodiversity. They will be of use to business and certification scheme operators, financial institutions, civil society organisations, and public authorities.

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2018
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Freshwater biodiversity in the Lake Victoria Basin

The Lake Victoria Basin is internationally recognised for its high freshwater species diversity and endemism, which are of critical importance to local livelihoods and national economies within the basin.

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2018
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in Madagascar and the Indian Ocean islands hotspot

The inland waters of Madagascar and the Indian Ocean islands hotspot support a high diversity of aquatic species with high levels of endemism.

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2018
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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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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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Estado de conservación y distribución de la biodiversidad de agua dulce en los Andes tropicales

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2016
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Standard mondial pour l’identification des Zones Clés pour la Biodiversité : version 1.0

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2016
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Un estándar global para la identificación de Áreas Clave para la Biodiversidad : versión 1.0

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2016
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A global standard for the identification of Key Biodiversity Areas : version 1.0

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2016
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Les zones clés pour la biodiversité d'eau douce dans le hotspot du bassin méditerranéen

Le hotspot  (point chaud) de la biodiversité du bassin méditerranéen est bien connu pour l'importance que sa biodiversité revêt à l'échelle mondiale, mais l'importance de la biodiversité d'eau douce n'était pas reconnue précédemment.

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2015
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Freshwater key biodiversity areas in the Mediterranean basin hotspot

While the Mediterranean basin biodiversity hotspot is well known for its globally important biodiversity, its freshwater biodiversity has not been as widely recognized for its importance.

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2014
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Applications of key biodiversity areas : end-user consultations

A large number of approaches have been developed over the last four decades for identifying places of significance for biodiversity, but unfortunately this requires looking at multiple, disconnected databases and other information sources to understand the sites of importance in a particular area

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2014