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The IUCN Red List of Ecosystems in public policy

The IUCN Red List of Ecosystems may inform governments and decision makers for the development of public policies on environmental conservation.

Protected areas, a mainstay of biodiversity conservation

They safeguard nature and cultural resources, improve livelihoods and boost sustainable development

IPBES Report: Transforming changes are necessary to restore and protect nature

Recent IPBES report warns that 75% of terrestrial ecosystems have been severely altered by human actions such as livestock and agriculture.

Forest landscape restoration, a key mechanism to combat the climate crisis

Forest restoration practices increase carbon sequestration and contribute to climate change mitigation!

The role of satellite remote sensing in the Red List of Ecosystems

Satellite remote sensing delivers ecologically relevant data for assess changes in ecosystem through ecosystem risk assessment protocols.

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