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Gobernanza de aguas transfronterizas : adaptación al cambio climático

Management of transboundary waters in increasingly becoming more challenging, and climate change is likely to exacerbate these pressures. Not least because climate change is a global issue, adaptation will require an international response.

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2019
IUCN Grey Literature

Cranes and agriculture

Cranes have coexisted with agriculture for centuries in some regions and may often benefit from cropland or grazing.

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2018
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Polar bears: proceedings of the 18th working meeting of the IUCN/SSC Polar Bear Specialist Group, Anchorage, Alaska, 7-11 June 2016

The material within these proceedings represents a summary for 2009–2016 on the state of knowledge and conservation concerns for polar bears throughout their range.

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2018
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Annual report 2016 : IUCN Washington D.C. Office

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2017
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Áreas protegidas urbanas

Como nossas cidades continuam crescendo, não devemos abandonar a proteção de áreas naturais às pressões da urbanização, e sim defender esses lugares, e realmente tentar criar novos espaços para a natureza dentro do tecido urbano – inclusive dentro dos centros das cidades.

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2017
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The US elephant ivory market : a new baseline

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2017
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Aires protégées urbaines

Jusqu’à récemment, les conservationnistes se préoccupaient peu des aires protégées urbaines. Il faut défendre ces lieux et s’efforcer de créer de nouveaux espaces naturels au sein du tissu urbain, y compris dans les centres-villes.

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2016
IUCN Publication

Annual report 2015 : IUCN Washington DC Office

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2016
IUCN Grey Literature

Poweshiek skipperling and Dakota skipper : ex situ assessment and planning workshop

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2016
IUCN Publication

Seal range state policy and management review

This study reviews range state policy and management responses to expanding or abundant species of seals -- the Cape fur, northern fur, hooded, harp, ringed, grey, harbour and crabeater seals.

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2015
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Ethics and climate change : a study of national commitments

Climate change is the most significant moral and environmental issue of our time.

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2015
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Protecting the wild : parks and wilderness, the foundation of conservation

A companion volume to Keeping the Wild: Against the Domestication of EarthProtecting the Wild provides a necessary addition to the conversation about the future of conservation in the so-called Anthropocene.

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2015
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Sustainable transportation in the national parks

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2014
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Nature's trust : environmental law for a new ecological age

Environmental law has failed us all. This book exposes what is wrong with environmental law and offers transformational change based on the public trust doctrine. An ancient and enduring principle, the trust doctrine asserts public property rights to crucial resources.

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2014
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Safe havens : protected areas for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation

This publication presents 18 case studies to demonstrate how Protected Areas (PAs) can be better managed for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA).

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2014
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Áreas bajo protección privada : mirando al futuro

Las áreas bajo protección privada merecen un reconocimiento y respaldo mucho mayores que el que reciben en este momento.

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2014
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The futures of privately protected areas

Privately protected areas deserve far greater recognition and support than is the case at the moment.

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2014
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Transboundary water governance : adaptation to climate change

Management of transboundary waters in increasingly becoming more challenging, and climate change is likely to exacerbate these pressures. Not least because climate change is a global issue, adaptation will require an international response.

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2014
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Urban protected areas : profiles and best practice guidelines

As our cities continue to grow, we should defend the protection of natural areas and even try to create new space for nature within this urban fabric.

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2014
Non IUCN Publication

The North American forest sector outlook study : 2006-2030

Projections for the United States and Canada to 2030 have been made with a global model to account for concurrent changes in other countries.

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2012
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Managing outdoor recreation

The popularity of outdoor recreation and ecotourism continues to grow worldwide. However, there is little systematic information on how to manage outdoor recreation in ways that protect park resources and the quality of the visitor experience.

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2012
IUCN Grey Literature

World Heritage sites and the extractive industries

This short independent study focuses on the relationship between the extractive industries and natural World Heritage properties.

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2012
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Practical, profitable, protected : a starter guide to developing sustainable tourism in protected areas

This book is a practical manual on how to develop and manage tourism in protected areas. It is for all those responsible for the management of protected areas as tourism destinations.

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2012
IUCN Grey Literature

Identifying and mobilizing resources for biodiversity conservation : IUCN 2012

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2012
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Forests and gender

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2011
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UNESCO science report 2010 : the current status of science around the world

Written by a team of independent experts who are each covering the country or region from which they hail, the UNESCO Science Report 2010 analyses the trends and developments that have shaped scientific research, innovation and higher education over the past five years.

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2010
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Polar bears: proceedings of the 15th Working Meeting of the IUCN/SSC Polar Bear Specialist Group, Copenhagen, Denmark, 29 June–3 July 2009

These 15th Proceedings provide an overview of the ongoing research and management activities on polar bears in the circumpolar Arctic. Together with the previous 14 proceedings, they provide an historic record of the international effort in protecting, studying, and managing polar bears.

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2010
Non IUCN Publication

Food, Inc. : how industrial food is making us sicker, fatter and poorer

Food, Inc. is a powerful documentary deconstructing the corporate food industry in America. Aided by expert commentators such as Michael Pollan and Eric Schlosser, the film poses questions such as: Where has my food come from, and who has processed it?

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2009
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What are global temperate grasslands worth ? A case for their protection. A review of current research on their total economic value

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2009
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Neighborhood watch : early detection and rapid response to biological invasion along US trade pathways

The growing pace of international commerce has created an increased risk of invasion by alien species, which often take root and thrive in their new environment, often at great costs for the local biota and economy.

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2009
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The biological viability of the most endangered marine mammals and the cost-effectiveness of protection programs

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2008
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Navigating social-ecological systems : building resilience for complexity and change

In the effort towards sustainability, it has become increasingly important to develop conceptual frames to understand the dynamics of social and ecological systems.

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2008
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Parks and carrying capacity : commons without tragedy

Parks and Carrying Capacity is an important new work for faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and researchers in outdoor recreation, park planning and management, and natural resource conservation and management, as well as for professional planners and managers involved with park and ou

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2007
IUCN Publication

Denying entry : opportunities to build capacity to prevent the introduction of invasive species and improve biosecurity at US ports

Trade and travel are the primary drivers of biological invasion both into and within the United States, and prevention measures have been identified as the most cost-effective means of minimizing the introduction and impact of invasive species.

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2007
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Environment, water resources and agricultural policies : lessons from China and OECD countries

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2006
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Investing in nature : case studies of land conservation in collaboration with business

One of the world's greatest treasures is its land. To protect that land for the future, a group of dedicated environmental entrepreneurs is pioneering a new set of tools for land conservation deals.

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2005
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Áreas prioritarias marinas para la conservación : Baja California al mar de Béring

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2005
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Integrating biodiversity conservation and sustainable use : lessons learned from ecological networks

IUCN’s 5th World Parks Congress (2003) concluded that parks should not exist as unique islands, but need to be planned and managed as an integral part of the broader landscape.

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2004
Non IUCN Publication

Energy at the crossroads : global perspectives and uncertainties

This publication considers the crucial question -- how to reconcile the modern world's unceasing demand for energy with the absolute necessity to preserve the integrity of the biosphere.

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2003
Non IUCN Publication

The state of the nation's ecosystems

We all rely on a familiar set of indicators - interest rates, unemployment, inflation, the Dow Jones index, and GDP, for example - to gauge the performance of national economies. No such measures are currently available to describe the environment.

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2002
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The Earth is faster now : indigenous observations of Arctic environmental change

The Earth is faster now is a collection of ten papers describing contemporary efforts to document indigenous knowledge of environmental change in the Arctic.

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2002
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Closing the gap : information, participation, and justice in decision-making for the environment

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2002
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In the black : status, management, and trade of the American Black Bear (Ursus americanus) in North America

TRAFFIC initiated a series of surveys to gather basic data on the status, management, and trade of the American black bear. The purpose of the effort was to establish a baseline of information on the species and to examine trends over a period of years.

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2002
Non IUCN Publication

Saving Louisiana?

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2001
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Endangered cats of North America

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2000
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Precious heritage : the status of biodiversity in the United States

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2000
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Lessons learned from environmental accounting : findings from nine case studies

Environmental accounting – the modification of the national income accounts to take into consideration the economic role of the environment – has grown in importance over the past ten years.

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2000
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Curassows, guans and chachalacas : status survey and conservation action plan for Cracids 2000-2004

The family Cracidae is made up of 50 species of guans, curassows and chachalacas - large gregarious game birds, many of which have striking colours. They are important as seed dispersers, biological indicators of the environment, a major protein source for indigenous people, and for ecotourism.

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2000
Non IUCN Publication

Our living oceans : report on the status of U.S. living marine resources, 1999

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1999
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Comparative study of ecotourism policy in the Americas - 1998

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1999

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