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Year: 2010
This assessment is the first overview of the conservation status of 877 northern African freshwater species belonging to five taxonomic groups—fish, molluscs, dragonflies and damselflies, freshwater crabs and aquatic plants—in accordance with the IUCN regional Red List guidelines
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Year: 2009
Much of South Africa is already arid or semi-arid and climate change is expected to increase temperatures and droughts and add to pressure on limited water supplies
Year: 2007
Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) represent discrete sites that are globally vulnerable, irreplaceable, and commonly, the last remaining strongholds for many threatened and geographically concentrated species
Year: 2006
This document provides a Strategic Framework for research and development activities with underutilised plants for Asia, including the Pacific Islands and for sub-Saharan Africa
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Year: 2006
India is among the first countries in the world to have passed legislation granting Farmers' Rights in the form of the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers' Rights Act, 2001
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Year: 2006
Ethiopia is an agrarian country with 85% of its population deriving their livelihood from small scale agriculture
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Year: 2005
The Principles and guidelines here are full version of a comprehensive orientation paper: "Water 2015 - Policy Principles and Strategic Guidelines for Intergrated Water Resource Management - IWRM", which has been elaborated with broad participation of Coordination Offices, Thematic Divisions at the Head Office and external partners
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Year: 2003
Forest areas in Nepal decreased at a rate of 1
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Year: 2003
Understanding women’s influence on plant biodiversity is essential to our ability to conserve plant genetic resources, especially those plants that are useful to humans
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Year: 2002
Scotland has over 90 percent of the UK's montane (alpine) habitat
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