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Contributing to a sustainable future in Eastern Europe, North and Central Asia, IUCN ECARO focuses on good governance, long-term protection of biodiversity and sustainable use of natural resources



  • Photo: Sergey Zagrebin

    Uzbekistan makes a big step forward towards achieving global biodiversity targets


    The surface of protected areas in Uzbekistan has increased 36% since its previous update 23 years ago, revealed the July release of the World Database of Protected Areas. This data submission is boosting the progress towards the achievement of Aichi...

  • Photo: Daniel Bogner

    Towards improved management of natural resources in North Macedonia


    Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning of North Macedonia is launching the process of evaluating the natural and socio-economic values of the Lake Ohrid and the Shar Mountains, with the support of national and international experts, civil sector and...

  • Biodiversity Task Force SEE Photo: IUCN/Boris Erg

    Towards a Greener Agenda for the Western Balkans


    Western Balkans hosts rich biodiversity, including many threatened, rare and endemic species, and relatively large unspoiled ecosystems. From nature we get food and water, energy and medicine, climate regulation support, and disaster risk mitigation, among...

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