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    In-Tree Project. Introduced Tree species in European Forests

    Introduced tree species appear to be an important and, at the same time, a controversial topic in relation to forest and environmental management. The forest industry sees an opportunity in introducing tree species for timber production and for maintaining species composition within forests that may better cope with the changing climate. On the other hand, however, from the nature conservation perspective, introduced tree species may pose a loss of biodiversity and/or disturb native ecosystems.

    COP14 Poster - United Kingdom on the Use of Indicators

    During the one-day day workshop on "Using National Reporting to Improve NBSAP Implementation and Development of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework", at COP14 in Sharm-el-Sheik, Egypt, the United Kingdom took part in the World Cafe and presented its findings on Using Indicators to Assess Progress to Achieve Targets. Results are presented in this poster. 

    Community Conserved Areas: Legal Framework for the Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites (Italy) I IUCN

    Considering its relatively limited size, Italy is one of the richest countries in terms of world heritage
    sites. Forty-two of its 44 world heritage sites are, however, listed for exceptional cultural value and only
    two for outstanding natural value. One of these, the Dolomites, includes the country’s best example
    of a community conserved area, a type of governance that IUCN now refers to as ‘indigenous and
    community conserved area’ (ICCA).

    Sustainable Development Goals in the Netherlands: Building blocks for environmental policy for 2030

    A report of an analysis concluding that SDG implementation in the Netherlands can build on existing national policy targets, policy programmes and monitoring reports, but that certain adjustments will be required.

    Lucas, P., Ludwig, K., Kok, M. & Kruitwagen, S. 2016. Sustainable Development Goals in the Netherlands: Building blocks for environmental policy for 2030. Policy Study. PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Hague, The Netherlands.

    Conservation Status of Birds in Spain 2010

    Conservation status of bird in Spain in 2010 is a report produced by SEO (BirdLife in Spain). It outlines the state of birds across the country’s main habitats using data collected as part of the Common Bird Monitoring Programme (Programa de Seguimiento de Aves Comunes Reproductoras, SACRE).

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    The State of the UK's Birds

    The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB; BirdLife in the UK) has produced an annual State of the UK's Birds report for over a decade, summarising the fortunes of bird populations throughout the United Kingdom. The latest report, the fifteenth in the series, draws on many sources of information to give an up-to-date overview of the status of bird populations in the UK and its Overseas Territories.

    State of the Birds of Macedonia 2012

    State of the Birds of Macedonia 2012, produced by the Macedonian Ecological Society (BirdLife in Macedonia), provides an overview of the country’s avifauna: its current status, the threats it faces and the actions that are being taken to protect it.
    It is written in both English and Macedonian.
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