Economics

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Once a small fishing village with clear seawater, serene beaches, creeks and islands covered with lush green mangroves, Karachi has now been...
Lying southwest of Karachi city is a small island called Manora. Traditionally a fishing village, the island now hosts naval installations because of its strategic location. Its sandy beaches are...
A woman in a green sari and a man hold up a sign that reads 'pen culture' in red lettering
Pampa Dolui is from Udayan, a small village among the mangroves of Bhitarkanika National Park in Odisha, India. Her early childhood memories are of...
Besides extreme weather, communities in Odisha also faced other challenges – especially in recent years. “People don’t work anymore. Everyone now is renting out their fields for shrimp cultivation,...
The Stimson Center, on behalf of the U.S. State Department and in collaboration with IUCN and the Mangroves for the Future (MFF) Programme, is co-...
The two-day conference will take place in Bangkok, Thailand on 14-15 September 2017. The conference aims to bring together 40-50 marine experts from think tanks, academia, the private sector,...
Why engage the private sector in a special Thematic Group? Because, nature is everybody’s business.
In line   with   IUCN’s   work   plan 2017-2020 and, especially the IUCN Business   and Biodiversity   program   the  ...
Stateless women weaving Nypa thatch Ban Lam Poo (2)
An IUCN knowledge basket on the interrelationships between people and nature
People benefit from flows of resources and services provided by nature, yet this relationship remains insufficiently recognized in planning and policy. People benefit from nature in terms of food...
Construction site
The Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT) is a multi-institutional programme of work involving BirdLife International, Conservation International, IUCN, and UNEP-WCMC.  Purpose ...
IUCN provides knowledge products and tools to help businesses and policy makers adopt practices that conserve nature and generate benefits for people who depend on natural resources....
IUCN is helping Rio Tinto evaluate and improve its impact on the environment.
The IUCN and Rio Tinto collaboration began in 2010, and their shared work programme has included raising understanding in the areas of natural capital and ecosystem services, the mitigation hierarchy...
CEESP Regional Vice-Chairs and Outreach coordinators will be listed below soon; vacant positions are posted on the right.            
Following a five-year agreement between 2010-2015, IUCN and Rio Tinto have agreed to continue working together for another three-year period (2016-...
By working together, IUCN and Rio Tinto aim to draw on each other's experience and expertise to develop programmes and actions that will resolve on the ground mining issues contributing to improved...
The latest news from the IUCN Business and Biodiversity Programme
All the latest business and biodiversity news straight to your inbox: sign up to receive bi-monthly newsletters by email. Read the latest issue Building Bridges 2017 - Issue 3 ...
For businesses aiming to achieve net gains for biodiversity
Guidelines   IUCN Review Protocol for Biodiversity Net Gain                                   ...

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