Young persons guide – Changing the world

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Created by young people for young people, this guide consists of daily actions and projects that you can organise with your friends to help achieve these 3 extraordinary things. The Guide was created based on ideas of 500 young leaders from 126 countries and territories gathered at the global conference in the Netherlands in February 2017 and an online survey open for young people. Combined with expertise of the 13 organizations from different sectors, these ideas built the Young Person’s Guide to Saving the World. Read more

Climate change and marine fisheries: Least developed countries top global index of vulnerability

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Future impacts of climate change on marine fisheries have the potential to negatively influence a wide range of socio-economic factors, including food security, livelihoods and public health, and even to reshape development trajectories and spark transboundary conflict. Yet there is considerable variability in the vulnerability of countries around the world to these effects…Read more

Wilderness Protected Areas: Management guidelines for IUCN Category 1b protected areas

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IUCN-WCPA’s Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines are the world’s authoritative resource for protected area managers. Involving collaboration among specialist practitioners dedicated to supporting better implementation in the field, they distil learning and advice drawn from across IUCN. Read more 

Leadership for dummies

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Leadership-for-Dummies-(2)Leadership is something that you recognise when you see it and notice when you don’t see it, and yet most people find it hard to articulate what leadership really is. I’ve written this book because I want to remove the mystique of leadership and enable you to ground leadership in your everyday work practice. by Dr John Marrin

Leadership for Dummies

Marine litter legislation: A toolkit for policymakers

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picFar too much of the 300 million tonnes of plastic produced every year finds its way into our oceans, food chains and ecosystems, damaging our health in the process. Well-designed laws can help reverse this global trend. This report provides an overview of legislation that countries have implemented to tackle marine litter, focusing in particular on upstream solutions.

Marine Litter Legislation Toolkit