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IUCN’s work covers a diverse range of issues and projects in more than 50 countries and in communities all over the world. You can explore our work here by using the search boxes or browse through the alphabetical list.

Early Career Group

Co-Chairs: Michelle Lim, Nicholas Bryner The Early Career Group (ECG) of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL) provides a cross-cutting...

ECOLEX

ECOLEX (www.ecolex.org) has been designed to be the most comprehensive global source of information on national and international environmental law. It is a...

Economics of Forest Land Restoration

Forest landscape restoration (FLR) brings people together to identify and put in place a mix of land-use practices that will help restore the functions of...

Ecosystem Services

The earth’s ecosystems provide various services which are crucial for human well-being and economic development (e.g., supporting soil formation; providing...

Ecosystem Valuation

Biodiversity and ecosystem services are often considered public goods, i.e. the costs of destroying or damaging ecosystems are passed on from the user to...
Pastoral transhumance in Iran

Ecosystem-based adaptation

Functioning globally through IUCN Country Offices (and the Washington D.C. Office), Members, and partners, IUCN promotes the use of biodiversity and ecosystem...
Mekong Floods 2008

Ecosystem-based Adaptation and climate change

Ecosystem-based Adaptation involves a wide range of ecosystem management activities to increase resilience and reduce the vulnerability of people and the...

Energy and Climate Change

2016 Year in Review The Energy and Climate Change Specialist Group continues its focus on the mitigation of climate change as essential to IUCN’s mission....

Environment and Disasters

Ecosystems for resilience in the face of disasters and climate change The increasing incidence and severity of disasters such as hurricanes, floods and...

Environmental Flows

As the name says – the Global Environmental Flows Network is about Environmental Flows (eFlows), which refer to water provided within...

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