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Non IUCN Publication

State of the world's plants 2016

This is the first document to collate current knowledge on the state of the world’s plants. A large team of researchers has reviewed published literature, scrutinised global databases and synthesised new datasets.

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2016
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Evolution lost : status and trends of the world’s vertebrates

This report has been produced by ZSL in collaboration with WWF, IUCN and SSC. It considers for the first time the current status and trends of global vertebrates in the context of human pressures, with a particular focus on threatened, novel and evolutionary distinct species.

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2010
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Biodiversity and traditional knowledge : equitable partnerships in practice

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2002
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Tapping the green market : certification and management of non-timber forest products

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2002
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International workshop on biodiversity economics : compilation of materials

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2001
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The commercial use of biodiversity : access to genetic resources and benefit-sharing

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1999
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Plants and protected areas : a guide to in situ management

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1998
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CITES Cactaceae checklist

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1992
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Plants for people

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1990
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Samara : the international newsletter of the partners of the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership

Samara aims to provide information and inspiration for MBSP partners and a flavour of the successes of the Partnership for other interested recipients. 

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