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IUCN Publication

Approaches to sustainable agriculture

The high amount of land used for cultivation and livestock farming has dramatically shaped landscapes in Europe and throughout the rest of the world. Agriculture is a fundamental human activity that intrinsically depends on nature and at the same time poses a threat to it.

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2020
Non IUCN Publication

Living cities : towards ecological urbanism

The thoughtful integration of built and natural environments in urban areas to advance social and economic goals has become a 21st century imperative.

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2018
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Biodiversité et Grande Muraille Verte

Biodiversité et Grande Muraille Verte explore la dépendance de l'humanité vis-à-vis de la nature et l'importance de la biodiversité pour le bien-être et le développement durable au Sahel.

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2017
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Biodiversity and the Great Green Wall

Biodiversity and the Great Green Wall explores the dependence of humanity on nature and the importance of biodiversity for wellbeing and sustainable development in the Sahel.

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2017
Non IUCN Publication

Land restoration : reclaiming landscapes for a sustainable future

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2016
IUCN Publication

Sustainably investing in rangelands : Jordan

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2015
Non IUCN Publication

In search of biohappiness : biodiversity and food, health and livelihood security

This book describes how an era of biohappiness, based on the conservation and sustainable and equitable use of biodiversity, can be launched.

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2011
Non IUCN Publication

Tenure in REDD : start-point or afterthought?

As new mechanisms for ‘reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation’ (REDD) are being negotiated in international climate change talks, resource tenure must be given greater attention.

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2009
Non IUCN Publication

Landnutzung und biologische Vielfalt in den Alpen

Der Übergang zur intensiven Landbewirtschaftung, die Nutzungsaufgabe von steilen und abgelegenen Flächen sowie die Ausdehnung des Siedlungsraums haben in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten in den Alpen einen beträchtlichen Verlust an Landschaftsqualität und an biologischer Vielfalt verursacht.

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2007
Non IUCN Publication

Nature reserves, who needs them? : proceedings of a conference

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1996
Non IUCN Publication

The Lowveld conservancies : new opportunities for productive and sustainable land-use

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1994