Pilot phase 2014 - the first Green listed areas
The sites have been evaluated against a set of demanding criteria, including the quality of protection of natural values, based on the IUCN Green List pilot phase Standard. They demonstrate fair and transparent sharing of the costs and benefits of conservation, effective management and long-lasting conservation outcomes. These criteria are tailored and measured according to the challenges and opportunities faced in each country.
Sites were announced during the launch of the IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas Standard in Sydney, November 2014, and their recognition on the provisional IUCN Green List will last for two years. During this time, they will need to update their portfolio to show how they continue to meet the required performance, and can meet any additional assurance and performance criteria that the new phase of the programme requires.
- Korea Jirisan National Park
- Korea Odaesan National Park
- Korea Seoraksan National Park
- Australia Montague Island Nature Reserve
- Australia Arakwal National Park and Cape Byron State Conservation Area
- China Longwanqun National Forest Park
- China Sichuan Tangjiahe National Nature Reserve
- China Eastern Dongting Lake National Nature Reserve
- China Mount Huangshan Scenic Area
- China Wudalianchi Geological Park
- China Shaanxi Changqing National Nature Reserve
- Italy Gran Paradiso National Park
- Spain Doñana Natural Space
- Spain Espacio Natural de Sierra Nevada
- France Natural Marine Park of Iroise
- France Pyrénées National Park
- France Marine natural reserve of Cerbère-Banyuls
- France Sensitive Natural Area "Marais d’Episy"
- France (Overseas territory) Guadeloupe National Park
- Colombia Galeras Santuario de Flora y Fauna Galeras
- Colombia Parque Nacional Natural Gorgona
- Colombia Parque Nacional Natural Tatamá
If you wish to learn more about how to join the Green List programme, contact Dev Aiama.