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Southern Cone Grasslands Alliance Yields Green Beef. Factsheet #3

A factsheet on a large scale project across southern South America helping to protect the grasslands’ ecosystems, by promoting sustainable cattle grazing practices. The scheme could avoid the extinction of many birds that migrate to the region’s Pampas and other wildlife.

International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). 2015. Southern Cone Grasslands Alliance Yields Green Beef. Factsheet #3. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.

Mainstreaming Biodiversity: What Does Success Look Like? Factsheet #0

A factsheet showing successful cases where biodiversity values and considerations have been integrated into these different sectors’ policies, plans and practices to effect ‘mainstreaming’, the integration of the conservation and sustainable use in both cross-sectoral and sectoral plans.

International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). 2015. Mainstreaming Biodiversity: What Does Success Look Like? Factsheet #0. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.

Brochure_Comunicando la biodiversidad: Dando vida a la ciencia a través de la Comunicación, Educación y Conciencia Pública

La Comunicación, Educación y Conciencia Pública (CEPA en inglés) tiene el potencial de facilitar la acción global para la conservación de la biodiversidad. Para ser exitosos, los comunicadores deben usar la ciencia y la política de manera sabia, para desarrollar mensajes que inspiren a la gente alrededor del mundo sobre la vida en la Tierra.

CEPA es un grupo especializado en la CEC, la Comisión de Educación y Comunicación de la UICN, Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza.

Brochure - Communiquer la biodiversité: Rendre la science vivante grâce à la communication, l’éducation et la sensibilisation du public

CESP*, communication, éducation et sensibilisation du public, a le pouvoir d’ouvrir les portes sur une action mondiale en faveur de la conservation de la biodiversité. S’ils veulent réussir, les communicateurs doivent utiliser la science et la politique avec sagesse, développer des messages qui suscitent l’enthousiasme pour la vie sur la terre auprès des gens dans le monde.

CESP* est un groupe spécialisé de la CEC, Commission de l’éducation et de la communication de l’Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature. (*CEPA en anglais)

CEPA Brochure: Bringing science to life through Communication, Education and Public Awareness

Communication, Education and Public Awareness (CEPA) has the potential to unlock global action on biodiversity conservation. To be successful, communicators must use science and policy wisely, to develop messages that inspire people around the world about life on earth.

CEPA is a specialty group in CEC, the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Commission on Education and Communication.

Understanding gender and empowering women in East Africa

This brochure briefly explains five innovative research projects in several Key Biodiversity Areas in Uganda and Kenya to better understand gender dimensions of conservation and to further support women’s involvement in environmental decision-making.

Gender Perspectives on Biodiversity

This fact sheet highlights relevant gender issues for three key sectors related to biodiversity – agriculture, forestry and fisheries, to promote dialogue and action on gender and biodiversity interlinkages.

Economic Valuation of Ecosystem Services

"...Ecosystem services are crucial for the well-being of people, but their contribution to economic systems is difficult to quantify in monetary terms. Since they are not traded in commercial markets, they are often given too little or no weight in decision making.

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