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IUCN Publication

Otsenka effektivnosti : podkhody k otsenke deyatelnosti osobo okhranyaemykh prirodnykh territoriy

This publication proposes a framework for assessing management effectiveness, recognising the need for a variety of responses depending on needs and resources. It aims to help all those who wish to assess protected areas, both in suggesting what needs to be done and in providing some guidelines.

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2004
IUCN Publication

Rehabilitation and restoration of degraded forests (Chinese version)

Large areas of the world’s forests have been lost or degraded and landscapes everywhere are being simplified by current land-use practices.

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2003
IUCN Publication

Rehabilitation and restoration of degraded forests

Large areas of the world’s forests have been lost or degraded and landscapes everywhere are being simplified by current land-use practices.

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2003
IUCN Grey Literature

ForestPact - Forest Partnership for Action and Commitment Today workshop summary report

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2000
IUCN Publication

Evaluating effectiveness : a framework for assessing the management of protected areas (Chinese version)

This publication proposes a framework for assessing management effectiveness, recognising the need for a variety of responses depending on needs and resources. It aims to help all those who wish to assess protected areas, both in suggesting what needs to be done and in providing some guidelines.

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2000
IUCN Publication

Evaluating effectiveness : a framework for assessing the management of protected areas

This publication proposes a framework for assessing management effectiveness, recognising the need for a variety of responses depending on needs and resources. It aims to help all those who wish to assess protected areas, both in suggesting what needs to be done and in providing some guidelines.

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2000
IUCN Publication

Global review of forest fires

Fires are a natural phenomenon. However, over 90% of all wildland fires today are due to human action causing significant forest loss between 6-14 million hectares of forest per annum.

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2000