• Country/City
  • Topics
    Nature-based Solutions, Green Infrastructure
  • Published On

    May 31, 2021

  • Author(s)

    Marianne Kettunen, Nigel Dudley, Julia Gorricho, Valerie Hickey, Linda Krueger, Kathy MacKinnon, Judy Oglethorpe, Midori Paxton, John Robinson, Nik Sekhran

This pioneering, action-oriented guidance demonstrates how the designation and effective management of protected and conserved areas can benefit sustainable development, playing a key role in delivering Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and supporting the 2030 Agenda globally.
The guidance identifies myriad ways in which effective area-based conservation can be a pro-active tool for delivering SDGs. Furthermore, it documents 30 detailed case studies that illustrate how existing protected and conserved areas around the world are already delivering various SDGs in practice. Finally, guidance and tools are provided to explain how governments, industry and civil society can integrate protected and conserved areas into their SDG strategies and reporting processes.
The guidance has been developed in a global partnership by IEEP, IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA), UN Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank and global leading conservation organisations the Nature Conservancy (TNC), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and WWF.
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