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pdf A Global Register of Competences for Protected Area Practitioners Popular

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A global register of competencies for protected area practitioners-IUCN.pdf

A Global Register of Competences for Protected Area Practitioners

A comprehensive directory of and user guide to the skills, knowledge and personal qualities required by managers, staff and stewards of protected and other conserved areas
Compiled by Mike Appleton

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GE Guidebook.pdf

2013. A guidebook to the Green Economy. Issue 1: Green Economy, Green Growth, and Low-Carbon Development – history, definitions and a guide to recent publications. United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA

default A guidebook to the Green Economy. Issue 2: exploring green economy principles Popular

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GE 743GE Issue nr 2.pdf

2013. A guidebook to the Green Economy. Issue 2: exploring green economy principles. United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA

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GE 743GE Issue nr 2.pdf

2013. A guidebook to the Green Economy. Issue 2: exploring green economy principles. United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA

default A guidebook to the Green Economy. Issue 3: exploring green economy policies and international experi Popular

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738GE Publication.pdf

2013. A guidebook to the Green Economy. Issue 3: exploring green economy policies and international experience with national strategies. United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA

default A Human Health Perspective On Climate Change Popular

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HUMAN HEALTH PERSPECTIVE ON CLIMATE CHANGE 2010.pdf

The Interagency Working Group on Climate Change and Health (IWGCCH). 2010. A Human Health Perspective On Climate Change - A Report Outlining the Research Needs on the Human Health Effects of Climate Change. Published by Environmental Health Perspectives and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

default Associations between climate stress and coral reef diversity in the western Indian Ocean Popular

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GlobalChangeBiology2011.pdf

McClanahan et al. 2011. Associations between climate stress and coral reef diversity in the western Indian Ocean. Global Change Biology (2011), doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02395.x. Blackwell Publishing Ltd

pdf Biogeography and Change among Regional Coral Communities across the Western Indian Ocean Popular

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Biogeography and Change among Regional Coral.pdf

Evaluation of large scale patterns of coral communities in the Western Indian Ocean

pdf BLUE ECONOMY Increasing Long term Benefits of the Sustainable Use of Marine Resources for Small Island Developing States and Coastal Least Developed Countries

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BLUE ECONOMY Increasing Long-term Benefits of the Sustainable Use of Marine Resources for Small Island Developing States and Coastal Least Developed Countries.pdf

BLUE ECONOMY Increasing Long term Benefits of the Sustainable Use of Marine Resources for Small Island Developing States and Coastal Least Developed Countries

This report was drafted by a working group of United Nations entities, the world Bank, and other stakeholders to suggest a common understanding of the blue economy; to highlight the importance of such an approach, particularly for small island developing states and coastal least developed countries; to identify some of the key challenges its adoption poses; and to suggest some broad next steps that are called for in order to ensure its implementation.

default Changes in life history and ecological characteristics of coral reef fish catch composition Popular

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McClanahan&Hicks_FM&E_2011.pdf

T . R . MCCLANAHAN. 2011. Changes in life history and ecological characteristics of coral reef fish catch composition with increasing fishery management. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 2011, 18, 50–60. Fisheries Management and Ecology

pdf Climate Forecasting for Small Island Nations - 2016 Popular

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Climate Forecasting for Small Island Nations.pdf

Climate Forecasting for Small Island Nations - 2016

Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are often affected by weather extremes and climate change, including the increased severity of cyclones, storm surges, heavy rains, droughts, sea-level rise and ocean acidification. Investments in disaster risk reduction, including early warning systems and adaptation measures for critical sectors, are therefore critical for building resilient communities and facilitating sustainable development.
by World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

default Connecting with nature Popular

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connecting-with-nature_tcm9-354603.pdf

RSPB. 2013. Connecting with nature

default Conservation Biology for All Popular

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Conservation-Biology-for-All.pdf

Navjot S. Sodhi & Paul R. Ehrlich (eds) 2010. Conservation Biology for All. © Oxford University Press 2010.

pdf Convergence of health expenditure in Africa Popular

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Convergence of health expenditure in Africa.pdf

To address the problem of underfunding of health systems in SSA the Abuja Declaration of 2001 set a target to allocate 15% of a country’s budget to public health expenditure. However there is no empirical evidence on whether SSA countries are converging or diverging from the target and whether there is significant effect of the Abuja instrument on other health expenditure indicators...

default Effects of Fisheries Closures and Gear Restrictions on Fishing Income in a Kenyan Coral Reef Popular

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mclanahan_consbiol2010.pdf

McLanahan et al. 2010. Effects of Fisheries Closures and Gear Restrictions on Fishing Income in a Kenyan Coral Reef. Conservation Biology

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Chagos_RHUL Workshop final report.pdf

Establishing a marine protected area in the Chagos Archipelago: socio-economic considerations - Report of workshop held 7 January 2010, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.

default Global Conservation Priorities for Marine Turtles Popular

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journal.pone.0024510.pdf

Wallace BP, DiMatteo AD, Bolten AB, Chaloupka MY, Hutchinson BJ, et al. (2011) Global Conservation Priorities for Marine Turtles. PLoS ONE 6(9):
e24510. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024510 © 2011 Wallace et al. Open-access article,  Creative Commons Attribution License.

pdf Harnessing fishery-independent indicators to aid management of data-poor fisheries weighing habitat and fishing effects Popular

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Harnessing fishery independent indicators to aid management of data poor fisheries weighing habitat and fishing effects.pdf

State indicators, e.g., mean size and trophic level of the fish assemblage, can provide important insights into the effects of fishing on ecosystems and the resource potential of the fishery. On coral reefs, few
studies have examined the relative effects of fishing and other drivers, such as habitat, on these indicators. In light of habitat heterogeneity and increasing habitat degradation, this lack of understanding limits the usefulness of indicators for monitoring the effect of fishery management actions.

pdf Herbivore cross-scale redundancy supports response diversity and promotes coral reef resilience Popular

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Herbivore cross-scale redundancy supports response diversity and promotes coral reef resilienceNash et al. JAE 2016.pdf

Nash et al. Ecosphere 2016 The resilience of an ecosystem can be defined as its capacity to absorb disturbances while maintaining structure and function (Holling 1973). It has proved challenging to predict
ecosystem resilience because its loss may only be apparent when thresholds are reached and the system
moves to an alternate state (Bellwood et al. 2004).

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916guidebook4.pdf

2013. Issue 4: A guide to international green economy initiatives. United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA

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