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Marine Protected Areas: Smart Investments in Ocean Health

Human lives depend on marine ecosystems that are healthy, resilient and productive. Marine protected areas (MPAs) are an essential tool in the recovery and protection of our ocean and the vital services it provides. The analysis shows that every dollar invested to create marine protected areas is expected to be at least tripled in benefits returned through factors like employment, coastal protection, and fisheries.


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Author(s): WWF & Amsterdam’s VU University
Friday, Jun 5 2015
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Madagascar World Parks Congress 2014

The report describes the malagasy contributions to the last World Parks Congress held in Sydney, Australia, in Novemebr 2014. The malagasy delegation has been selected to take part in 4 streams during the congress and 11 presentations are discussed in this document.


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Author(s): Madagascar Biodiversity Fund (FAPBM)
Sunday, Mar 1st 2015
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Mediterranean MPA Monitoring: What is going on in my MPA?

Regular monitoring is essential to effective MPA management; managers and scientists are unanimous on the subject. But implementing monitoring programmes requires time and money, commodities that are hard to come by nowadays.This report reviews the scientific literature published on MPA managament


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Author(s): David Rodríguez-Rodríguez (Organized by the MedPAN Secretariat)
Friday, Feb 27 2015
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22 Stories of Conservation in Africa: Key elements for effective and well-governed PAS in Sub-Saharan Africa

This book gathers experiences of conservationists in Africa and highlights 22 inspiring cases of PA good governance, PA management efficiency and the sustainability of conservation in the continent, It gives you an overview of what Africa can produce in terms of conservation when stakeholders, on the ground, commit themselves for the sake of African Nature.


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Author(s): Edited by The IUCN Programme for African Protected Areas Conservation (PAPACO)
Thursday, Feb 19 2015
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Conservation Trust Funds, Protected Areas Management Efectiveness and Conservation Outcomes

With data collected over the last six years (2008-2013), this paper attempts to answer two key questions: 1) What is the relationship between conservation investments and the enabling conditions needed to achieve conservation outcomes? 2) Does stable funding (i.e. regular GCF contributions or CTF support) correlate with a stable or improving deforestation rate?


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Author(s): Curan Bonham, Chris Stone, Michael McGreevey et al.
Sunday, Nov 30 2014
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Tourism Concessions in Protected Natural Areas Guidelines for Managers

This publication assists PAs staff to plan for, allocate and manage concession activities to maximize the benefits of working with the private sector. It aims to boost the capability of protected area managers, governments and the private sector to develop and manage tourism concessions that protect the environment, foster rural development and provide business and economic opportunities from conservation. It provides tools that can support staff to establish and run effective concession systems that deliver successful outcomes and attract investment, benefiting both conservation and communities.


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Author(s): UNDP
Tuesday, Nov 11 2014
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State of the rainforest 2014

This report aims to give an overview of existing knowledge, presented in an accessible way – and to ensure that we see the whole forest, not only the trees. They hope the report will be useful for all people engaged in the protection of rainforest, whether scientists, journalists, activists, decision makers or simply concerned citizens.


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Author(s): GRID-Arendal & Rainforest Foundation Norway
Monday, Sep 1st 2014
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Private Financing for MPAs: Concrete Experiences

This report addresses the workshop, which happened in France, last October, during the IMPAC 3 event. The objective of the workshop was to provide concrete illustrations of MPA financing through private sector sources. Specifically,the potential of instruments to fill the annual financial gap of MPAsas well asthe main key factors of success were highlighted through short and impactful presentations of several case studies.


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Author(s): Nicolas Pascal, Tundi Agardy, Eleanor Carter, Sandro Dujmovic Fabien Quétier and Sylvain Pioch
Saturday, Mar 22 2014
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Spatial analysis of green infrastructure in Europe

The objective of this report is to propose a feasible and replicable methodology for use by different entities and at varying scales, when identifying Green Infrastructure (GI) elements. The proposed methodology will help those policymakers and practitioners define a landscape GI network to identify areas where key habitats can be reconnected and the overall ecological quality of the area improved.


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Author(s): European Environment Agency (EEA)
Thursday, Mar 6 2014
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National strategy for the creation and management of marine protected areas

This brochure is a summary of the national strategy for the creation and management of marine protected areas adopted in 2012. The current strategy specifies how France intends to expand its action to develop and manage the network of marine protected areas : objectives, geographical priorities and principles.


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Author(s): French ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy
Tuesday, Oct 15 2013
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Governance of Protected Areas: From understanding to action

This publication helps enhancing governance diversity and quality for the world’s protected area systems, by providing an overview of the four different protected area governance types recognised by IUCN and by offering practical guidance for countries willing to embark on the process of assessing, evaluating and improving governance for their systems of protected areas or for individual protected area sites.


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Author(s): Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, Nigel Dudley, Tilman Jaeger, Barbara Lassen, Neema Pathak Broome, Adrian Phillips and Trevor Sandwith
Thursday, Sep 12 2013
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Financiamiento de Áreas Naturales Protegidas: asumiendo el costo de la prevención

Este estudio hace un análisis de los problemas para la gestión de APs en América Latina y el Caribe, con el objetivo de promoción de la implementación de mecanismos financieros para una gestión eficaz de las ANP.


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Author(s): Alejandro Rossi, María Eugenia D´Angelo y Mariana Valls
Saturday, Apr 6 2013
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Avances y perspectivas del manejo forestal para uso múltiple en el trópico húmedo

Esta edición tiene como objetivo contribuir al conocimiento relacionado con aspectos biofísicos, institucionales, regulatorios y socio‑económicos que influyen en el diseño, la implementación y la efectividad del manejo de uso múltiple en los bosques del trópico húmedo.


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Author(s): Editor: Manuel R. Guariguata
Friday, Mar 22 2013
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Ringing the Changes with a New Approach to Forest Investment

Thsi report argues that three trends lie behind renewed investor interest in forestry: tightening supply, increasing demand, and its role as a hedge against financial uncertainty. But people with local rights invariably live in forests, however sparsely, and forests are crucial ecosystems for everyone.


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Author(s): IIED
Wednesday, Jan 09 2013
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State of the World’s Forests

This tenth edition of State of the World’s Forests elaborates on a fundamental truth: forests, forestry and forest products play a critical role in sustainable development. State of the World’s Forests is published every two years.



Author(s): FAO
Monday, Dec 31 2012
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