Planning for Nature and people in Chile

Planning for Nature and people in Chile

Planning for Nature and people in Chile Background The Mediterranean-type climate region of Chile is a globally unique biodiversity hotspot but its protected area system does not adequately represent the biological diversity, nor does it provide equitable access to...
The Red Sea Project

The Red Sea Project

The Red Sea Project Background The Red Sea Project (TRSP) is a development giga-project launched by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia within its Vision 2030 plan to transform the nation. Vision 2030 sets to accomplish the diversification of the economy, creating a vibrant...
Conservation areas for top predators

Conservation areas for top predators

Conservation areas for top predators Background Raptors are placed at the upper level of trophic cascade, representing a bird guild very sensitive to the impacts of environmental changes on both nesting and foraging habitats. Raptors’ performance and fitness strongly...
Coastal Douglas-Fir Biogeoclimatic Zone

Coastal Douglas-Fir Biogeoclimatic Zone

Coastal Douglas-Fir Biogeoclimatic Zone Background The Coastal Douglas-fir biogeoclimatic zone (CDF zone) is the smallest and most at-risk zone in British Columbia (B.C.). It is home to the highest number of species and ecosystems at risk in B.C., many of which are...
Conservation planning across realms

Conservation planning across realms

Conservation planning across realms Background This study comprises the whole Tagus River basin, its estuary and nearby coastal waters. The Tagus River basin is the sixth largest in area in the European Atlantic coast (c. 80,000 km2, 1,000 km in length, 300 m3/s mean...