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  • Jul 17, 2016 · Event
    Conservation Diplomacy: Mountain Gorillas and the Greater Virunga Landscape
    Anna Behm Masozera will share the experience of the International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) and the role of mountain gorillas in fostering collaboration for conservation within the African Great Lakes Region. More
  • May 16, 2016 · Event
    Join USAID at Women Deliver 2016
    The fourth Women Deliver Conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, May 16–19, 2016. The 2016 conference will be the largest gathering on women’s and girls’ health and rights in the past decade, convening world leaders, policymakers, advocates, youth leaders,… More

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  • Jul 29, 2016 · File
    LESTARI Fast Facts on its biodiversity conservation work
    Indonesia’s 17,493 tropical islands contain some of the highest levels of biological diversity across the globe, making it a Tier One priority country for USAID biodiversity funding. More
  • Jul 19, 2016 · File
    FLEGT VPA and REDD+ and community tenure rights in Honduras
    A community forestry case study from Honduras, the first Latin American country to be simultaneously involved in FLEGT VPA and REDD+ processes, provides evidence that community forestry can significantly contribute to their common aims. That being so, both initiatives should… More
  • Jul 10, 2016 · Document
    CSF Project Page
    Conservation Strategy Fund helps local conservationists use economic tools to find smart, efficient solutions to the most urgent environmental problems. Since its creation in 1998, CSF has conducted dozens of analysis projects in forests, rivers and coastal environments. More
  • Jul 06, 2016 · Link
    Fisheries and Development
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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT

UNEP Releases Video on Sea Level Rise and How Nature Can Help Protect Coastal Communities

This Video is Part Six of the Two Minutes on Oceans with Jim Toomey Series

The video demonstrates how coastal communities can adapt to sea level rise by restoring nature’s resilience. New research shows that sea level could rise between 0.5 to 2 meters towards the end of this century - threatening low-lying regions with floods and storm surges. The health of many ecosystems, which traditionally were able to cope with shifts in sea levels have been weakened, leaving them less able to protect coastal communities from these impacts. The video also offers ways to restore natural flood barriers, like coral reefs and mangroves, to protect vulnerable regions from sea level rise.

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