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Valuing Biodiversity: Mainstreaming biodiversity in economy and business

 

The ASEAN region is endowed with biodiversity that sustains essential life support systems both for the region and the world. This biodiversity supports livelihoods and cultures, and are vital to the survival and well-being of millions within and beyond ASEAN. Biodiversity is increasingly

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1 មករា 2019
Cities and Biodiversity: Nature in tight spaces

Urban biodiversity encompasses the variety of living organisms that have adapted and are surviving in
densely human-populated built-up environments. Cities and Biodiversity, a scientific study by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC), and the ICLEI: Local

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1 មករា 2019
Taxonomy: Key to the conservation puzzle

 

According to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), out of an estimated 30 million species worldwide, taxonomists have identified some 1.78 million species in 250 years of research. About 10
percent of vertebrates, greater than 50 percent of terrestrial arthropods, and up to 95

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1 មករា 2019
Inland Waters: ASEAN’s most threatened ecosystems

 

Inland waters support a rich aquatic biodiversity which occupies close to 2 million square kilometers in the ASEAN region, and this makes inland waters among the most diverse and productive natural habitats. Inland waters support several components of aquatic biodiversity including reptiles

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1 មករា 2019
Invasive Alien Species: Keeping intruders out

 

Invasive alien species (IAS) continue to demonstrate impacts both on land and water habitats, imposing heavy costs in control and management. They continue to spread with the influence of the changing climate. The ASEAN Member States (AMS) have identified and listed key IAS affecting forests

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1 មករា 2019
Forest: Stll an overdrawn natural resource

 

ASEAN’s forests have high species diversity and endemicity, making them one of the world’s critical habitats; and thus, highly important to global environmental sustainability and stability (ACB, 2010). However, the region’s forest areas have been declining due to agricultural expansion

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1 មករា 2019

Biodiversity Information Management: Cultivating a culture of information sharing

Biodiversity information can come in many forms, one of which is the observation of species—their habitats, genetic makeup and distribution, and the means by which this information has been collected. Biodiversity managers and decision makers who promote conservation of biodiversity resources