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Harmonising the integrated management of overlapping Ramsar Sites, World Heritage sites, Biosphere Reserves and UNESCO Global Geoparks

Corporate author
IUCN
Date
2016
Source
IUCN (ID: MON-091362)
Title (French)

Harmoniser la gestion intégrée des sites Ramsar, des sites du patrimoine mondial, des réserves de biosphère et des géoparcs mondiaux de l'UNESCO qui se chevauchent

Title (Spanish)

Armonización de la gestión integrada de los sitios Ramsar y del Patrimonio Mundial, las Reservas de Biosfera y los sitios de la Red Mundial de Geoparques de la UNESCO que se solapan

Reference number
WCC 2016 Res 037 (6.037)
Publisher | Place of publication
IUCN | Gland, Switzerland
Document type
Soft law - Decision/resolution
Conference name | place | date
IUCN World Conservation Congress | Hawaii, U.S.A. | 20160901-20160910
Language
English, French, Spanish
Field of application
International
Subject
Wild species & ecosystems
Keyword
Biosphere reserves Wetlands Protected area Cultural heritage Transboundary effects International agreement-implementation
Full text
WCC_2016_RES_037_EN.pdf   WCC_2016_RES_037_FR.pdf   WCC_2016_RES_037_ES.pdf  
Website
portals.iucn.org

Other references

Treaty

Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage

Treaty | Multilateral | Paris |

Keyword: Inventory, Institution, Research, Cultural heritage, Financing, Education, Management/conservation, Data collection/reporting, Special fund, Protected area

Source: IUCN (ID: TRE-155235)

Treaty

Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat

Treaty | Multilateral | Ramsar |

Keyword: Biodiversity, Ecosystem preservation, Birds, Protection of habitats, Wetlands, Monitoring, Management/conservation, Migratory species, Coastal zone management, Protected area, Land-use planning

Source: IUCN (ID: TRE-000531)

Treaty decisions

Cooperation with other conventions and international organizations

Decision XIII/24 Active | CBD |

Source: UNEP, InforMEA