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Applying the Barometer of restoration

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Applying the Barometer of restoration : opportunities for harmonising ecosystem restoration monitoring in Central America : cases of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Costa Rica
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The IUCN Restoration Barometer is a tool used by governments to monitor and record progress towards restoration goals in various terrestrial ecosystems, coasts, and inland waters. This document presents a synthesis of the results of the Restoration Barometer’s application in three countries: Guatemala (2011-2020), El Salvador (2014-2021), and Costa Rica (2011-2020). The goal is to examine and summarize the results obtained according to each country’s situation and highlight common patterns and trends in terms of policies, planning, monitoring, financing, and restoration impacts.

Gland, Switzerland : IUCN ; San Salvador, El Salvador : CCAD ; San José, Costa Rica : CAC, 2024
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68p.: ill.
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Record created: 2024/04/03
Record updated: 2024/04/15