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Ensuring no net loss for people as well as biodiversity : good practice principles

Development projects worldwide are increasingly required to quantify and fully mitigate their impacts on biodiversity, with an objective of achieving ‘no net loss’ or a ‘net gain’ (NNL/NG) of biodiversity overall.

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2018
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Impacts of the Fundão Dam failure

On 5 November 2015, a large dam containing 52 million m3 of iron mining residues (tailings) collapsed in Mariana, Brazil.

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2018
IUCN Publication

Os impactos do rompimento da Barragem de Fundão

On 5 November 2015, a large dam containing 52 million m3 of iron mining residues (tailings) collapsed in Mariana, Brazil.

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2018
Non IUCN Publication

What matters : investing in results to build strong, vibrant communities

Many organizations do amazing work and provide essential services that make an important, positive impact on the people they serve.

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2017
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A global assessment of the environmental and social impacts caused by the production and use of biofuels

This report offers a review of literature from various sources on the impacts of the production and use of liquid biofuels, which are used mainly in the transport sector.

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2014
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Artisanal and small-scale mining in and around protected areas and critical ecosystems project (ASM -PACE) : Madagascar case study : artisanal mining rushes in protected areas and a response toolkit

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2012
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Environmental assessment of Ogoniland

This report represents the best available understanding as to what has happened to the environment of Ogoniland – and the corresponding implications for affected populations – over many years of oil industry operations.

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2011
Non IUCN Publication

Social assessment of conservation initiatives : a review of rapid methodologies

Despite widely voiced concerns about some of the negative implications of protected areas, and growing pressures to ensure that they fulfil social as well as ecological objectives, no standard methods exist to assess social impacts. This report aims to provide some.

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2010
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Fair miles : recharting the food miles map

This pocketbook delves into the realities of the produce trade between Africa and the UK, examining both sides of the equation in search of a diet that is ethically, as well as nutritionally, balanced.

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2009
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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Social quality in the conservation process of living heritage sites

The aim of this research is to: 1) identify the negative impact of conservation policies implemented in living World Heritage sites on the social quality of traditional communities; 2) develop a design tool constraining spatial morphology to overcome the negative influences on the social quality

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2008
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Nature unbound : conservation, capitalism and the future of protected areas

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2008
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Regional workshop on preparedness and response to aquatic animal health emergencies in Asia, 21-23 September 2004, Jakarta, Indonesia

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2005
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Research for mitigating syndromes of global change : a transdisciplinary appraisal of selected regions of the world to prepare development-oriented research partnerships

The aim of this publication is to present an initial synthesis of core problems in each region, the status and focus of related research, and corresponding new research needs.

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2004
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Technology environment and human values : a metaphysical approach to sustainable development

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2004
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Rehabilitation of degraded forests to improve livelihoods of poor farmers in South China

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2003
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The bitter fruit of oil palm : dispossession and deforestation

The impacts of oil palm plantations have been widely ignored, and given widespread promotion of these plantations throughout the tropics, the World Rainforest Movement decided to bring together research and local struggles in this book, aimed as a tool for action.

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2001
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Reinventing the well : approaches to minimizing the environmental and social impact of oil development in the tropics

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1997
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Guidelines for social analysis of development projects

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1991
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Climate change : meeting the challenge. Report by a Commonwealth group of experts

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1989