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Conserving at Least 30% of the Planet by 2030: What Should Count

IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas; Wildlife Conservation Society; National Geographic; UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre

EU Biodiversity Strategy & One Health

On 14th January 2021, the EU Parliament's ENVI Committee organised a public hearing on “Facing the sixth mass extinction and increasing risk of pandemics: what role for the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030”, which included an intervention by WCS's Dr. Chris Walzer.

Forest First Approach: WCS Case Studies

The Forest First Approach builds on research findings which have shown that an increasing proportion of tropical deforestation, and associated deforestation risk in commodity supply chains, is concentrated within relatively few districts or municipalities at the forest frontier.

Forest and Ecosystem Risk Commodities

NGOs developed joint recommendations outlining what a legislative proposal to minimise the risk of deforestation and forest degradation associated with products placed on the European Union (EU) market should include.

Wildlife and Wild Places - Essential to the SDGs

This document showcases how the conservation of wildlife and wild places plays a central role in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with illustrations from WCS’s work. We also provide suggestions for future policy action by the EU.

Partners Against Wildlife Crime

The “Partners Against Wildlife Crime” Project is an EU-funded action in the Greater Mekong Region, Malaysia and PR China, implemented through a consortium of 12 international and national partner organizations led by WCS.

Alliance for Wildlife and Forests: Report 2020

The Alliance for Wildlife and Forests is a regional action funded by the EU and implemented by WCS and WWF. The Alliance aims to enhance civil society engagement to strengthen law enforcement and cooperation with and among authorities in Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru and the two tri-border areas with Brazil, to combat wildlife and timber trafficking.
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