Blog » Guidelines for conserving connectivity through ecological networks and corridors
Involving collaboration among specialist practitioners dedicated to supporting better implementation of ideas in the field, the Guidelines distil learning and advice drawn from across IUCN. Applied in the field, they build institutional and individual capacity to manage protected area systems effectively, equitably and sustainably, and to cope with the myriad of challenges faced in practice. The Guidelines also assist national governments, protected area agencies, non-governmental organisations, communities and private sector partners in meeting their commitments and goals, and especially the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Programme of Work on Protected Areas.
|Title||Guidelines for conserving connectivity through ecological networks and corridors|
|Organization||IUCN - WCPA|
|Keywords English||Amazon, biodiversity, Brazil, Colombia, conservation, ecosystem services, governance, indigenous, landscape, protected areas, restoration.|
|Palabras clave Español||Amazonía, biodiversidad, Brasil, Colombia, conservación, servicios ecosistémicos, indígenas, paisajes, áreas protegidas, restauración.|
|Palavras-chave Português||Amazônia, biodiversidade, Brasil, Colômbia, conservação, serviços ecossistêmicos, povos indígenas, paisagens, áreas protegidas, restauração.|
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