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Socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS) in Africa The Satoyama Initiative is a global effort, first proposed jointly by the United Nations University and the Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOEJ), to realize “societies...
Conservation standards: From rights to responsibilities Although conservation interventions aim to protect biological and cultural diversity, they can affect communities in a number of ways. The vast body of international law, norms and standards...
Within the German non-profit project WissensWerte, a hand drawn, animated short-film called Awesome Oceans has been published. It shows how fascinating this habitat is, but also how human behaviour endangers it. The video can be watched here:...
Value Island Biodiversity: It's Our Life  
Teaching Framework & Lesson Plans: Biodiversity in Niue An education resource kit for primary school (years 5‐6; ages 9‐10) In support of: Niue Forest Conservation and Protected Area Management
Engaging Communities in Marine Protected Areas: Concepts and Strategies from Current Practice Although marine protected areas (MPAs) in the United States are typically planned and implemented through a top-down, legislative approach by federal or...
Community-Based Action in Small Island Developing States: Best Practices from the Equator Initiative This publication is a companion piece to Island Innovations—UNDP and GEF: Leveraging Environment and Energy for the Sustainable Development of...
This guidebook outlines how to use communication as more than just a tool for outreach, but rather as a mechanism to catalyze change in a community’s attitude and behavior. When using various communication techniques, it is important to regard them...
Going into the Mangroves: mangrove field study booklet
A Vision for Effective and Streamlined Reporting in the Pacific