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The NBSAP Forum contains an extensive library of best practices related to developing and implementing NBSAPs. Our purpose is to enable countries to share and learn about effective, field-tested techniques and solutions. We work closely with our members to document the problem addressed, for whom, the primary actions, how they achieved results, and the solution they achieved. Search for or submit your best pratice here.

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    How Business Can Contribute To Landscape Connectivity Through Good Biodiversity Management

    In collaboration with the cement and aggregates sector over the last 7 years, IUCN has developed tools for integrating biodiversity into extraction planning, decision-making and operations. These tools are aimed at public and private sector and encourage collaboration for improved biodiversity management and land use planning.


    1. To present three tools that have been developed to encourage the uptake of better policies and practices for biodiversity management in extraction sites

    The Solution To Sustaining The World Protected Areas Lies In Their Realizing Their Economic Promise And Potential As Exemplified By ‘Global Ecosphere Retreats

    Founded by the Zeitz Foundation in 2009, The Long Run Initiative (LRI) is a growing community of destinations and organizations committed to human wellbeing through responsible enterprise on a healthy planet premised on a holistic balance in Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce (4C). The focus is on tourism industry. It is built around two key components of Global Ecosphere Retreats® (GER) Standard and membership: (a) Long Run Destinations - LRD; (b) Long Run Alliance Members – LRAM, and (c) Long Run Supporters – LRD.

    Natura 2000 Network Of Protected Areas: The EU Response To Aichi Biodiversity Target 11

    Natura 2000 is the world's largest coordinated network of protected areas, established by two pieces of EU environmental legislation: the so-called Birds and Habitats Directives. The Natura 2000 network now comprises over 27000 sites across the 28 EU Member States. It covers over million km², more than 18% of the EU terrestrial area and over 4% of the marine area where EU Member States have national jurisdiction. The EU Birds and Habitats Directives and Natura 2000 are the cornerstone of the EU biodiversity policy and the backbone of its Green Infrastructure.