The Sub-Global Assessment Network (SGAN) is a community of practice, creating a common platform for ecosystem assessment practitioners at sub-global scales (regional, sub-regional, national, sub-national). The platform builds capacity through: training opportunities and e-learning tools; capturing, synthesising and disseminating examples of best practices and lessons learned; supporting knowledge exchange; and helping to build links within the scientific community.Further information
The Biodiversity Indicators Partnership (BIP) brings together a host of international organisations working on indicator development to provide the best available information on biodiversity indicators and trends.Further information
This guidance document is designed to help the development of biodiversity indicators at the national level for uses such as reporting, policy-making, environmental management, and education. The document has been separated into two clear sections: the first defines what indicators are and how they may be used, while the second is organised around the Biodiversity Indicator Development Framework and presents a series of key steps in successful indicator development.Further information
Species+, developed by UNEP-WCMC and the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Secretariat, is a website designed to assist Parties with implementing CITES, the Convention of Migratory Species (CMS) and other multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs). Species+ provides a centralised portal for accessing key information on species of global concern.Further information
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