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This list contains 27 entry(ies).

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Natura 2000

The newsletter, which is published twice a year, provides up to date information on activities, events and initiatives on the EU’s biodiversity policy and the implementation of the Habitats and Birds Directives.

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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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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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2017
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Mangrove-related policy and institutional frameworks in Pakistan, Thailand and Viet Nam

Mangroves provide an array of benefits to coastal communities, but in spite of their many values, mangroves in Asia continue to be converted to other land uses and sustainable financing for their protection has not been forthcoming.

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2016
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Integrated river basin management of Vu Gia-Thu Bon and coastal Quang Nam-Da Nang, Viet Nam

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2016
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National blue carbon policy assessment framework

The value and role of mangroves, saltmarshes and seagrasses for climate change mitigation was established back in 2009 by reports by IUCN and UNEP to focus attention on addressing a critical gap in national carbon accounting and management.

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2016
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Pollination services to agriculture

It is only recently that the immense economic value of pollination to agriculture has been appreciated. This book reviews the expanding knowledge base on pollination services, providing evidence to document the status, trends and importance of pollinators to sustainable agricultural production.

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2016
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Resilience of coastal systems and their human partners

This report explains the ecology and social profile of coastal systems in Kenya, Mozambique and Tanzania in order to contribute to the development of effective strategies to enhance the resilience of marine and coastal systems in the Western Indian Ocean.

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2015
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Environmental law dimensions of human rights

How can we guarantee a right to life or a right to health without also guaranteeing a decent environment in which to exercise these rights?

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2015
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GEO Small Island Developing States outlook

While Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have bountiful supplies of renewable resources and an island culture that is iconic of paradise, the challenges ahead are daunting. While the future cannot be predicted, the development of plausible futures built on combinations of realistic outlooks ca

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2014
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Framing ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change : applicability in the coast of Bangladesh

The recent increase in exposure to natural hazards among the communities of Bangladesh is linked to the new generation of threats posed by climate variability and change resulting from anthropogenic activity.

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2014
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Harmonizing gender in the three Rio conventions and the GEF

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2012
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Handling land : innovative tools for land governance and secure tenure

Everyone has a relationship to land, but not everyone's right to land is secure. The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) recognizes that conventional ways of managing land are not realistically going to meet the needs of millions of people.

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2012
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Extractive industries policy and legal handbook : analysis of the key issues in Zimbabwe's mining sector : case study of the plight of Marange and Mutoko Mining Communities

This handbook constitutes one of the battles being fought by civil society organisations to promote and protect the rights of communities living adjacent to mining areas against the operations of extractive industries, the state and other individuals who violate their Environmental, Economic, Soc

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2011
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A handbook of environmental management

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2010
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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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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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Promoting pro-poor growth : key policy messages

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2006
IUCN Grey Literature

Review of IUCN's influence on policy. Phase 1: describing the policy work of IUCN

This first part of the Review of IUCN's Influence on Policy gives insight into the scope of IUCN's policy work and level of policy expertise in the organization. 

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2005
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Rural livelihoods and diversity in developing countries

Both livelihoods and diversity have become popular topics in development studies.

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2000
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Sustainable development for the Great Plains : policy analysis

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1994
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Population growth, poverty, and environmental stress

Studies in Costa Rica and the Philippines analyze the underlying mechanisms that have led to resource degradation: land tenure policies, population growth, and narrow economic policies advanced during the debt crisis.

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1992
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Land use policy and draft legislation in Ethiopia

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1989
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International review for environmental strategies

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Options

Options Magazine presents IIASA and its latest research for a non-specialist audience.

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