Ecosystem Management

IUCN is working to improve investments and policies that support local adaptations for resilient dryland ecosystems and economies. IUCN uses economic tools to catalyse appropriate investment in...
IUCN is developing adapted and scaleable methodologies for assessing non-equilibrium dryland ecology, to provide stronger evidence for policy and investment decisions from local to global levels....
IUCN is reviving sustainable land management practices and restoring dryland ecosystems through governance-based approaches to communal resource management. This work is primarily based on three...
Amboseli - Kenya
The GDI Programme accomplishes much of its work through funded projects and partnerships Closing the Gaps in Great Green Wall: Linking sectors and stakeholders for increased synergy and scaling-...
The GEMP team is based at IUCN headquarters in Switzerland, with other staff members based in Washington, D.C., Cambridge and Nairobi. Follow us on Twitter: @IUCN_Ecosystem The Programme...
With the launch of the Restoration Opportunities Optimisation Tool (ROOT), the world has a better way of making decisions on ecosystem services,...
Following over three years of development through a partnership between International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and The Natural Capital Project, ROOT is a software tool that optimises...
Land degradation touches almost one third of all land on the planet, affecting 1.5 billion people. On World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought...
These are the successfully closed projects and initiatives and for More details on each, kindly click on the project of interest on your left hand side.
WISP is a global initiative that supports the empowerment of pastoralists to sustainably manage drylands resources. WISP enables pastoralists to demonstrate that their land use and production system...

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