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Les bases de la restauration écologique des steppes d'alfa

Cette publication s'adresse principalement aux techniciens, gestionnaires et chercheurs des steppes semi-arides de la Méditerranée occidentale dans le but de leur fournir un guide utile et pratique sur la restauration écologique de la steppe. Elle contient des informations sur les expériences et les mesures récentes qui permettent d'augmenter la résilience de ces socio-écosystèmes steppiques. Cette publication est aussi disponible en arabe et en espagnol.
 

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> Les bases de la restauration écologique des steppes d'alfa (Arabic version)
> Bases para la restauración ecológica de espartales
Les bases de la restauration écologique des steppes d'alfa
 

IUCN Red List categories and criteria, version 3.1, second edition

The IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria are intended to be an easily and widely understood system for classifying species at high risk of global extinction. The general aim of the system is to provide an explicit, objective framework for the classification of the broadest range of species according to their extinction risk. The publication is also available in separate French and Spanish versions.
 

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> Categorías y Criterios de la Lista Roja de la UICN : versión 3.1, segunda edición
> Catégories et Critères de la Liste rouge de l’UICN : version 3.1, deuxième édition
IUCN Red List categories and criteria, version 3.1, second edition
 

The art of implementation: gender strategies transforming national and regional climate change decision making

This publication shares IUCN's experiences in developing the world's first gender-responsive national strategies and roadmaps on climate change. Different sections outline steps and elements of creating a climate change gender action plan (ccGAP) or REDD+ roadmap; present principles behind the strategies and what has worked best; detail case studies highlighting sectors that demonstrate the gender dimensions of climate change in different national contexts; and provide recommendations on how to move forward.
 

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The art of implementation: gender strategies transforming national and regional climate change decision making
 

The IUCN programme 2013–2016

This document presents the IUCN Programme 2013–2016, as endorsed by Council in February 2012, following extensive consultations with the Members and components of IUCN during 2011. This document was presented to Members of IUCN and adopted at the World Conservation Congress in Jeju, Republic of Korea in September 2012. The publication is also available in separate French and Spanish versions.

 

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> Programa de la UICN 2013-2016
> Le Programme de l’UICN 2013-2016
The IUCN programme 2013–2016
 

The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity for water and wetlands

This report presents insights on both critical water-related ecosystem services and also on the wider ecosystem services from wetlands. It seeks to show how recognising, demonstrating, and capturing the values of ecosystem services related to water and wetlands can lead to better informed, more efficient, and fairer decision making.  

 

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The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity for water and wetlands
 

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