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|Title:||The IUCN Red List of Ecosystems: How does it compare to South Africa's approach to listing threatened ecosystems?|
|Authors:||Matlala (SANBI), Maphale|
Skowno (SANBI), Andrew
|Series/Report no.:||Biodiversity Planning Forum;|
|Description:||Biodiversity planning methodology is constantly improving and plans are regularly updated to include the latest information. This session includes a series of submitted abstracts which highlight technical advances in biodiversity assessment and planning over the last year. The session ends with information on national processes related to climate change adaptation that will be relevant for the biodiversity planning community of practice to engage with.|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference presentations|
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