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Effects of Pelagic Longline Fishing on Seamount Ecosystems Based on Interviews with Pacific Island Fishers
30 Jun 2010 | Downloads - publication
- Livelihoods and landscapes: So far, the expectations of PES as a market-based solution for conservation and development have not been met.
- Feature: Do public goods always have to remain public?
- REDD: We cannot wait to act on REDD-plus.
- Local forests: Why, despite their global significance, has so little external investment flowed to local forest enterprises – especially in the South?
17 Jun 2010 | Downloads - publication
11 Jun 2010 | Fact sheet
10 Jun 2010 | Downloads - document
Based on the understanding that people are not separate from nature, Healthy Parks Healthy People is an approach that is focused on protecting the world’s most important assets – nature and humanity. …
26 Feb 2010 | Video
09 Feb 2010 | Fact sheet
This document serves as the basis for a methodological proposal to mainstream a gender equity and equality perspective into the processes involving the access and benefit-sharing of biodiversity resources, thus, achieving the objective of being fair, equitable and effective, as proclaimed by the CBD. …
This report focuses on the management of natural coastal carbon sinks. The production of the report has been stimulated by an apparent lack of recognition and focus on on coastal marine ecosystems to complement activies already well advanced on land to address the best practice management of carbon sinks. …
13 Nov 2009 | Downloads - publication
The largest, least-protected places on our blue planet are found in the high seas - the open ocean and deep seabed that lie seaward of individual nations’ jurisdictions. Extending from the Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica to most of the Indian, Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic Oceans and the Mediterranean Sea, these areas cover 45% of the Earth’s surface. Hidden beneath the surface of the high seas are extraordinary places that are in urgent need of our protection. Belonging to no single nation,
they have been, for too long, neglected by all. …
24 Oct 2008 | Downloads - publication