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Wolf (Canis lupus) Photo: Saxifraga / Jan Nijendijk

Large carnivores in Europe

This revival is mainly due to favourable national and international legislation such as the EU Habitats Directive, adopted some 20 years ago, which protects...
Spreading the seeds of the indigenous plants in the southeast and southwest areas of Hima Bani Hashem Villages. Photo: Amer Meadat

Local Economies, Communities and Nature

    Specialist Group Chair Nick Conner - Bio Main Areas of Work Current group...

Locally controlled forests

As LCF involves as many as one billion people and more than one quarter of the world’s forests, providing up to $100 billion per year in goods and services and...
Love. Not Loss Photo: IUCN Photo Library

Love. Not Loss

The best way to rekindle a lost love is not to talk about what went wrong — extinction, habitat loss or resource scarcity. It’s to remember what we loved in...

Mainstreaming Biodiversity

A series of success stories!  In light of the rapid decline of biodiversity over the last decades, maintaining the essential services that it...
Lions Photo: David Dennis CC BY-SA 2.0

Mammals

Mammals are critical in maintaining ecosystem functions and services through their diverse roles as grazers, browsers, predators, pollinators and seed...
Colourful coral reef scene Photo: IUCN Photo Library / © Jason Suwandy

Marine

Oceans cover about 70% of the earth and support an incredible variety of life, including the world’s largest mammal, the Blue Whale. The oceans are a ...
Coral - Lebanon Photo: Ziad Samaha

Marine and Coastal Management Programme

The West Asia region is the junction between the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It is a main shipping commercial route between Asia and Europe. Marine...
Marine plastics on beach Photo: Peter Charaf

Marine Plastics

The majority of marine plastics come from land-based sources, including urban and storm runoff, sewer overflows, beach visitors, inadequate waste disposal and...

Marine Protected Areas

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) involve the protective management of natural areas so as to keep them in their natural state. MPAs can be conserved for a...

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