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IUCN Grey Literature

IUCN Niger Delta Panel : stories of influence

This report is the second in a series that describes IUCN’s work with independent scientific and technical advisory panels.

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2018
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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
IUCN Publication

Legalidad forestal en Mesoamérica

La obra que se presenta ilustra las regulaciones y procesos necesarios en cada uno de los paises de la región para alcanzar lo que podríamos denominar la legalidad en el aprovechamiento forestal y exportación de madera.

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2015
IUCN Publication

Green infrastructure guide for water management

Green Infrastructure (GI) is becoming increasingly recognized as an important opportunity for addressing the complex challenges of water management.

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2014
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The environmental challenges facing a Chinese oil company in Chad

The surge in Chinese investments in Africa has brought about a flurry of questions expressing concern over their ecological impact in the host countries. till, the principles and implementation of environmental management by Chinese firms remains largely unknown.

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2012
IUCN Grey Literature

Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad, Nigeria : WANI case study

Inappropriate water management practices in the Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad in northern Nigeria, changed the seasonal river flow and caused widespread environmental degradation.

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2011
Non IUCN Publication

Impact mitigation and biodiversity offsets : compensation approaches from around the world : a study on the application of Article 14 of the CBD (Convention on Biological Diversity)

This study compares compensation approaches taken with respect to impacts on biological diversity in selected countries from four different continents: Africa, Asia, North America, and South America.

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2010
IUCN Publication

Preparing REDD in Viet Nam, Lao PDR and Cambodia : designing a REDD-compliant benefit distribution system

Although the rules regarding REDD have not been set, it is already clear that the extent to which an individual country will be able to attract international investment and REDD payments will depend to a considerable extent on its ability to put in place a system that rewards forest managers who

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2010
IUCN Publication

All along the watchtowers : field guide for the south eastern European Green Belt

The southwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula is a global hot spot of biodiversity. High mountain areas show an outstanding diversity of plant species, while the region is one of the last remaining retreats of large European carnivores, such as bear, wolf and lynx.

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2009
IUCN Publication

The mid-Atlantic ridge : a case study on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

This paper contains a case study on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in the part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR) that is located in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ).

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2008
IUCN Publication

Options for addressing regulatory and governance gaps in the international regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

The second paper in this marine series builds on the complementary study described in Marine Series No.

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2008
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Regulatory and governance gaps in the international regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

Sixty-four percent of the world ocean lies in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ).

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2008
Non IUCN Publication

Fertilizer best management practices

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2007
IUCN Publication

Alien species in aquaculture : considerations for responsible use

Aquaculture is an important economic activity in coastal areas of many countries. It offers opportunities to alleviate poverty, boosts employment, helps community development, reduces overexploitation of natural coastal resources, and enhances food security.

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2006
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Synthèse bibliographique à propos des impacts écologiques et des aspects réglementaires de l'exploitation pétrolière en mer

La Fondation Internationale du Banc d'Arguin (FIBA) souhaite mettre à disposition des institutions et de la société civile mauritaniennes en particulier et ouest-africaines en général, une synthèse concernant les impacts potentiels d’une telle activité sur l'écosystème, ainsi que d'une revue des

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2004
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Use of genetically improved and alien species for aquaculture and conservation of aquatic biodiversity in Africa

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2004
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Protected areas in Russia : legal regulation

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2003
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The trade in wildlife : regulation for conservation

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2003
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Globalization and its discontents

When it was first published, this national bestseller quickly became a touchstone in the globalization debate. Renowned economist and Nobel Prize winner Joseph E.

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2002
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Regulating from the inside

Environmental regulations have resulted in considerable improvements, but nevertheless, substantial challenges remain.

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2001
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Net losses : untying the Gordian knot of fishing overcapacity

An overview of issues for consideration when formulating national policy to implement the FAO International Programme of Action on the Management of Fishing Capacity

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1999
Non IUCN Publication

Mondialisation et développement durable, quelles instances de régulation ? 12 fiches pour comprendre, anticiper, débattre

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1998
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Zoos : instrument for conservation. National zoo policy and statutes and guidelines related with zoo management

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1998
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Transboundary movement of living modified organisms resulting from modern biotechnology : issues and opportunities for policy-makers

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1997
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Biosafety needs and priority actions for West and Central Africa

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1997
IUCN Grey Literature

Results of rules consultations in villages near the Dong Hua Sao national biodiversity conservation area : briefing paper, draft

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1997
IUCN Grey Literature

A proposed regulatory framework for the Dong Hua Sao national biodiversity conservation area

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1997
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A study on pesticide pollution in Nepal

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1995