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217 Protected Planet: status and trends of protected area coverage across countries Stream Session Lecture File 217_wpcreport_JT.docx
PDF icon 217_1_Diego-Assessing progress towards Aichi Target 11 where are we now.pdf
PDF icon 217_2_Johnston-Mainstreaming protected areas into business decision making.pdf
PDF icon 217_3_Yerena&Naveda-The real extension of Venezuelan Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 217_4_Dobois-Web based services for.pdf
PDF icon 217_5-Harris-Dynamics of the Conservation Estate.pdf
218 The futures of privately protected areas: realising the opportunity. Stream Session Lecture File 218_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 218_1_The futures of privately protected areas realising the opportunity.pdf
219 Sliding back or moving forward? Protected area degazettement, representativeness, and non-regression. Stream Session Panel Discussion File 219_wpcreport_JT.docx
PDF icon 219_1_Mascia-Sliding back or moving forward Protected area degazettement, representativeness, and non-regression..pdf
PDF icon 219_2_Lobo-Protected Area Downgrading, Downsizing, and Degazettement (PADDD) in Brazil.pdf
PDF icon 219_3_Taylor- PADDD in context windback.pdf
PDF icon 219_4_Craigie-PADDD a mechanism to improve the Comprehensiveness, Adequacy and Representativeness of protected areas.pdf
220 Innovative protected area management Stream Session Lecture
221 The value of IUCN\â??s Red Lists in protected area planning and monitoring. Stream Session Dialogue File 221_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 221_1_Lacher-review of its role in aiding protected area network planning, management and monitoring.pdf
PDF icon 221_2_Oliviera-Red list, A New Tool to Inform Protected Area Management and Monitor Effectiveness..pdf
PDF icon 221_3_Hilton-Taylor-The integration of the IUCN Red List and its relevance to protected areas.pdf
PDF icon 221_4_Secoy-The importance of National Red Lists in catalysing biodiversity assessments.pdf
222 Funding success in protected areas â?? how to assess financial needs, identify gaps, and develop the right strategies Stream Session Workshop File 222_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 222_1_Andrew Bovanick-Guide to increase the public budget for protected area systems.pdf
PDF icon 222_2_The financial costs of establishing and effectively managing a global protected area network.pdf
PDF icon 222_3_Taylor Fitzsimons-Reaching Aichi Target 11 in Australia.pdf
PDF icon 222_4_Lowell_CaseStudySMMA Sust Finance.pdf
PDF icon 222_5_Amazon Protected Areas Program.pdf
PDF icon 222_6_A Strategy to Finance Protected Area Systems Brazil.pdf
223 Australia's National Reserve System: A world leading example of establishing a comprehensive, adequate and representative reserve system on land and sea, but where to from here? Stream Session Lecture PDF icon 223_1_Fitzsimons-Australia's National Reserve System.pdf
224 Identifying and Conserving Important Freshwater Areas Stream Session Lecture File 224_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 224_1_Langhammer-Sites that contribute significantly to the global persistence of biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 224_2_Linke-Protection of a moving target.pdf
PDF icon 224_3_Nel-Expanding protected areas beyond their terrestrial comfort zone.pdf
PDF icon 224_4_Harrison-Breakout Discussion Groups.pdf
PDF icon 224_5_Freyhof-Freshwater Key Biodiversity Areas in the Mediterranean Basin Hotspot.pdf
PDF icon 224_6_Raghavan-Freshwater Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) in the Western Ghats, India.pdf
PDF icon 224_7_Finlayson-Identifying and conserving important freshwater areas - Australian Ramsar sites.pdf
PDF icon 224_8_Patricio-Environmental DNA for identifying areas of conservation importance.pdf
PDF icon 224_9_Turak-Combining citizen science with remote sensing to track changes in wetland extent.pdf
225 A global standard to identify Key Biodiversity Areas: results of a global consultation Stream Session Workshop File 225_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 225_1_Developing an IUCN Standard for the Identification of Key Biodiversity Areas.pdf
226 Regional marine protected area (MPA) networks, seascapes and ecologically important areas Stream Session Lecture File 226_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 226_TARA School-Marine Protected Areas.pdf
227 How different sectors use Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) Stream Session Panel Discussion File 227_wpcreport_HC.docx
228 Protected area management effectiveness 1: global progress and lessons learned Stream Session Lecture PDF icon 228_1_Hockings_Protected Area Management Effectiveness.pdf
PDF icon 228_2_Program on African Protected Areas & Conservation IUCN-PAPACO.pdf
PDF icon 228_3_Liverington-GlobalstudyWPC.pdf
PDF icon 228_4_Riecken-Quality counts,Criteria and standards for large protected areas in Germany.pdf
PDF icon 228_5_Indonesia-Management Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 228_6_Burgess-The Management Effectiveness Tracking Tool.pdf
PDF icon 228_7_Carbutt-The KwaZulu-Natal experience.pdf
PDF icon 228_8_Hamdan-Sarawak Towards Effective Management of Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 228_9_Mathur-Management Effectiveness Evaluation, Indian Experience.pdf
229 National processes for identifying Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) Stream Session Lecture File 229_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 229_1_Langhammer-Identifying and Conserving KBAs, Experiences from Around the World.pdf
PDF icon 229_2_Vergara-KBA Identification Process - Philippines.pdf
PDF icon 229_3_Raghavan-Freshwater Biodiversity Conservation in the Western Ghats, The Key Biodiversity Area Approach.pdf
PDF icon 229_4_Vine-The State of Australia Bird and Biodiversity Areas.pdf
PDF icon 229_5_Obretenova-Identifying the Areas of Special Conservation Interest, forming the Emerald Network.pdf
PDF icon 229_6_Fishpool-Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas in the marine environment.pdf
PDF icon 229_7-Brazilian Alliance for Zero Extinction BAZE.pdf
PDF icon 229_8_Briggs-KBAs and Ramsar.pdf
PDF icon 229_9_How different sectors use Key Biodiversity Areas.pdf
PDF icon 229_10_Commenville-KBA.pdf
230 Innovative financial mechanisms for conservation and protected areas Stream Session Lecture File 230_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 230_1_Rosenzweig-Financing beyonnd PAs.pdf
PDF icon 230_2_FUNBIO-A Strategy to Finance Protected Area Systems, the Experience of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.pdf
PDF icon 230_3_CFA-The role of Conservation Trust Fund, recent studies and tools.pdf
PDF icon 230_4_Landreau-Mathias-A new financial instrument to secure the long term financing of Protected Area networks.pdf
PDF icon 230_5_Huwyler-Innovative financial mechanisms for conservation and protected areas.pdf
PDF icon 230_6_Can biodiversity offsets help finance underfunded Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 230_7_Tizard-Taninthayi Nature Reserve Project.pdf
231 Protected area management effectiveness 2: making assessments count Stream Session Lecture File 231_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 231_1_Growcock-Making assessments count Protected area management effectiveness.pdf
PDF icon 231_2_Stishov-Assessment of Conservation Effectiveness of Protected Areas and their regional networks.pdf
PDF icon 231_3_Chrismitchell-From Durban to Sydney.pdf
PDF icon 231_4_Puhlmann-Interactive Evaluation of Germany's National Parks.pdf
PDF icon 231_5_Khumalo-Monitoring of the South Africa PA.pdf
PDF icon 231_6_Matar-A first regional assessment of their management effectiveness.pdf
PDF icon 231_7_Principles.pdf
232 Innovative protected area management 2 Stream Session Lecture File 232_wpcreport_LN.docx
PDF icon 232_1_Wise-Pete-The Introduction of disease free Tasmanian Devils to Maria Island National Park.pdf
PDF icon 232_2_Galuvao-Framework for Nature Conservation and Protected Areas in the Pacific Islands region 2014-2020.pdf
PDF icon 232_3_Fleischer-Dogley-A conservation success story that inspires.pdf
PDF icon 232_4_Campello-Georgladis-Fcocus on Biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 232_5_BrazillBoast-Saving our Species.pdf
233 Protected areas and human-wildlife conflict Stream Session Lecture File 233_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 233_1_Waithaka-Parks Canada's Protected Area Management Approaches that Prevent or Minimise Human Wildlife Conflicts.pdf
PDF icon 233_2_Western-ADDRESSING HUMAN-WILDIFE CONFLICT THROUGH COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION.pdf
PDF icon 233_3_Rao-Making Voluntary Resettlement Work.pdf
PDF icon 233_5_Perez gil-Human-Wildlife Conflicts.pdf
234 Global gap analysis of protected area coverage of biodiversity Stream Session Lecture File 234_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 234_1_Butchart-How well do protected areas cover biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 234_2_Ferrier-Ecological representativeness of terrestrial protected areas.pdf
PDF icon 234_3_Venter-The future of protected areas and threatened species a cautionary tale.pdf
PDF icon 234_4_Di Minin-Global conservation prioritization for Aichi Target 11.pdf
235 Innovative protected area management (Part 3) Stream Session Panel Discussion File 235_wpcreport_KR.docx
PDF icon 235_1_Lopoukhine-Innovation in park management.pdf
PDF icon 235_2_Gardner-Appropriate Approaches to Capacity Development for Protected Areas Management in Small Island Developing States.pdf
PDF icon 235_3_Lisboa-Megadiversity in Virua National Park.pdf
PDF icon 235_4_Hicks and Quincy-Resilience, risk and return on investment - Innovations from the Great Barrier Reef field management program.pdf
PDF icon 235_5_ Izurieta-Galalpagos Protected Areas Managment Plan.pdf
236 Freshwater Session 2 â?? Freshwater Biodiversity Outcomes from Protected Areas. Stream Session Lecture File 236_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 236_1_Berney-Achieving Conservation Outcomes in Temporary Wetlands in Eastern Australia.pdf
PDF icon 236_2_Singh-Setting up of Tri-state Coordination Mechanism for Conservation Riverine Protected Area in India.pdf
PDF icon 236_3_The past, present and future of freshwater conservation planning.pdf
PDF icon 236_4_Nel-National indicators for measuring levels of threat and protection of ecosystems.pdf
237 Biodiversity outcomes 1: measuring success and failure of protected areas Stream Session Lecture File 237_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 237_1_Wang-Evaluating Conservation Effectiveness China.pdf
PDF icon 237_2_BarnesCraigie-Assessing Biodiversity Outcomes in Terrestrial Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 237_3_Geldmann-Correlating Management Effectiveness and Biodiversity Outcomes.pdf
PDF icon 237_4_Robinson-The importance of Protected Areas as refuges for large bodied mammalian species.pdf
PDF icon 237_5_Laurance-Averting Biodiversity Collapse in Tropical Protected Areas.pdf
238 Scenarios for ecological representativeness and adequacy of protected areas under global change Stream Session Lecture File 238_wpcreport_SS (1).docx
PDF icon 238_1_.Jamison-The global response of terrestrial protected area biodiversity to human impacts.pdf
PDF icon 238_2_Ferrier-Ecological representativeness of terrestrial protected areas and the future of global biodiversity under climate and land-use change.pdf
PDF icon 238_3_Butchart-Climate change impacts.pdf
PDF icon 238_4_An assessment of the ecological coherency of the global marine PA network under future climate change.pdf
PDF icon 238_5_Rondinini-A framework for predicting ecological and socio-economic impacts.pdf
239 Parks and invasive species: a new partnership to increase the efficacy of action, and improve the role of world protected areas for protecting global biodiversity and our livelihood Stream Session Lecture File 239_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 239_Diaz_Braulio_Parks and invasive species.pdf
PDF icon 239_Foxcroft_WPC_17_11_2014.pdf
PDF icon 239_Genovesi_introduction_WPC_2014.pdf
PDF icon 239_Genovesi_panel_WPC_2014.pdf
PDF icon 239_Island restoration by eradicating invasive species.pdf
240 Biodiversity outcomes 2: measuring success and failure of protected areas Stream Session Workshop File 240_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 240_1_Taylor-Protected areas as defences against deforestation.pdf
PDF icon 240_2_Aaron-Impact Evaluation of GEF Support to Protected Areas and Protected Area Systems.pdf
PDF icon 240_3_Edgar-Measuring and predicting success in marine reserves.pdf
PDF icon 240_4_Gill-Solving the mystery of Marine Protected Area performance.pdf
PDF icon 240_5_Whitmee-Population trends inside and outside protected areas, A matched pairs analysis.pdf
PDF icon 240_6_Burgess-Global models and their application for protected areas.pdf
241 National experiences with marine protected areas (MPA) network development Stream Session Lecture File 241_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 241_Blue Gabon - Stream 1 workshop.pdf
PDF icon 241_Juan Bezaury_Deep Sea MPA Mexico.pdf
PDF icon 241_Mediterranean countries.pdf
PDF icon 241_Melwert Kikuo_Palau finance mechanisms.pdf
PDF icon 241_PAN Office_Palau.pdf
PDF icon 241_Panel 1_Session 38_Mexico and Malaysia.pdf
PDF icon 241_Panel 3_Session 38_Palau and Spain.pdf
242 Protected areas and invasive species 2: Engaging communities and civil society Stream Session Lecture File 242_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 242_Andrea Monaco_European Guidelines.pdf
PDF icon 242_Graeme Elliott_Birds in N Zealand.pdf
PDF icon 242_IAS in Oceania.pdf
PDF icon 242_Peter Jacobs_Wild horses in Australia.pdf
PDF icon 242_Rajiv Bhartari-Lantana in India.pdf
243 Vision and characteristics for an IUCN Green List of Protected Areas Stream Session Workshop File 243_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 243_1_Vision and characteristics for an IUCN Green List of Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 243_2_Cairnes&Whiffen-Green List partnership.pdf
PDF icon 243_3_Experiences from three Mediterranean countries (Spain, France, Italy).pdf
PDF icon 243_4_Conservation Assured Tiger Standards - CATS.pdf
PDF icon 243_5_Scaling Up Green List in China.pdf
244 Alliance for Zero Extinction: saving the most critical areas Stream Session Panel Discussion File 244_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 244_1_Alliance for Zero Extintion.pdf
PDF icon 244_2_Glastra&Hoogeslag-Privately Protected Areas to save species.pdf
PDF icon 244_3-The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund.pdf
PDF icon 244_4_Moore-Amphibians and AZE.pdf
PDF icon 244_5_Brazilian Alliance for Zero Extinction.pdf
PDF icon 244_6_Okena-Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program in YUS, Papua New Guinea.pdf
PDF icon 244_7_Whitten-Come on, it's not all about SIZE.pdf
245 Monitoring conservation outcomes inside and outside protected areas (Part 1) Stream Session Lecture File 245_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 245_1_Turak-A framework for monitoring biodiversity inside and outside protected areas.pdf
PDF icon 245-2_Boaille- Framework for monitoring biodiversity inside and outside protected areasaillie-.pdf
PDF icon 245_3_McGeochv-In situ data collection.pdf
PDF icon 245_4_Turner-Monitoring Conservation Outcomes Inside and Outside Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 245_5_Hobern-Organising Evidence for Biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 245_6_Fishpool-DPSIR indicators at different scales.pdf
PDF icon 245_7_Ferrier-Linking monitoring inside and outside protected areas with whole-landscape modelling and scenario analysis.pdf
PDF icon 245_8_Keith-AdaptiveMonitoring.pdf
246 Beyond Aichi 1: 'Space for Nature' Stream Session Panel Discussion File 246_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 246_1_Kumpel-Global public opinion survey on space for nature.pdf
PDF icon 246_2_Locke-Science review Nature Needs at least Half.pdf
PDF icon 246_3_Chauvenet-Space for biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 246_4_Spalding-Future scenarios, marine Biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 246_5_Mackey-What would half deliver for carbon and water.pdf
PDF icon 246_6_Roe-Nature-Based Livelihoods.pdf
PDF icon 246_7_Figgis-The cultural, aesthetic and wellbeing benefits of nature PAs.pdf
PDF icon 246_8-Mulligan-A global analysis of biodiversity.pdf
247 The IUCN World Heritage Outlook â?? setting a decade challenge for the World Heritage Convention Stream Session Workshop File 247_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 247_1_World heritage Outlook_launch.pdf
PDF icon 247_2_Osipova-The benefits of Natural World heritage.pdf
PDF icon 247_3_Cyril kormos-Key messages World Heritage.pdf
248 Inspiring Hope: Protected areas restoration Stream Session Lecture File 248_wpcreport_NL.docx
249 Beyond Aichi 2: 'Space for Nature' Stream Session Dialogue File 249_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 249_1_Baillie-Beyond Aichi - space for nature, Summary from block 1.pdf
PDF icon 249_2_Possingham-How you would design an optimal PA network taking all the values into account.pdf
PDF icon 249_3_Jepson-Project for protected area resilience.pdf
PDF icon 249_4_Juffe-Tracking progress and costing knowledge products.pdf
PDF icon 249_5_Machlis-Science, Resource Stewardship, and the Parks.pdf
250 Monitoring conservation outcomes inside and outside protected areas - Session 2 Stream Session Panel Discussion PDF icon 250_1_Jones-Tasmania Monitoring.pdf
PDF icon 250_2_Peterson-Global Forest Watch, turning big data into big decisions on forest.pdf
PDF icon 250_3_Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool.pdf
PDF icon 250_4_Gillies-Citizen science and biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 250_5-Turak-Biodiversity observations inside and outside protected areas across the Jervis Bay region in South East Australia.pdf
PDF icon 250_6_Freyhof-The Global Freshwater Biodiversity Atlas - A Model for EBV dataset discovery.pdf
PDF icon 250_7_Hamilton-The Biodiversity Indicators Dashboard.pdf
PDF icon 250_8_Stathis-WildCount.pdf
PDF icon 250_9_Escalante-Manu National Park Integrated Monitoring System, A Low-Cost Tool to Measure the Conservation Objectives Success.pdf
PDF icon 250_10_Jefferies-Rapid Biodiversity Assessments (BIORAPs) Processes and potential biodiversity conservation benefits.pdf
PDF icon 250_11_Dubois-Web services for Assesing, Monitoring and Forecasting Biodiversity for Conservation.pdf
PDF icon 250_12_Curnick-Camara wildlife monitoring.pdf
PDF icon 250_13_The Aichi biodiversity targets Passport.pdf
PDF icon 250_14_WangHao-Monitoring, outcome assessment and adaptive management of protected areas, cases from China.pdf
PDF icon 250_15_Monitoring Session Wrap Up.pdf
251 The challenges and opportunities of using a geoheritage approach to reaching conservation goals and achieving the Aichi Targets, specifically Target 11 Stream Session Lecture File 251_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 251_1_Brocx_Stemming the loss of biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 251_2_Enrique Diaz_Geodiversity Pyrenees.pdf
PDF icon 251_3_Semeniuk_Increasing species conservation and diversity.pdf
252 Reaching Conservation Goals: Closing Plenary Other Workshop File 252_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 252_1_Woodley-Reaching Conservation Goals plenary final.pdf
PDF icon 252_2_Woodley_Promise of Sydney parks closing plenary.pdf
253 An exploration and explanation of the use of the IUCN protected area definition, management categories and governance types: the common language of the IUCN World Parks Congress and marine and terrestrial protected area work worldwide. Congress Event Workshop PDF icon 253_1_The use of the IUCN protected area definition WPC.pdf
254 Conservation planning to achieve conservation goals for individual protected areas Congress Event Capacity Development PDF icon 254_1_Planning to Achieve Conservation Goals in Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 254_2_Mills-Stakeholder analysis as a key component of a planning process.pdf
PDF icon 254_3_Game-The nature conservacy.pdf
PDF icon 254_4_Burgman-Risk, assumptions and uncertainty.pdf
256 Wildlife crime and law enforcement in protected areas Stream Session Lecture File 256_wpcreport_KRJT.docx
257 The role of law enforcement monitoring in improving management effectiveness of protected areas: lessons learned from global case studies Congress Event Panel Discussion PDF icon 228_1_Hockings_Protected Area Management Effectiveness.pdf
PDF icon 228_2_Program on African Protected Areas & Conservation IUCN-PAPACO.pdf
PDF icon 228_3_Liverington-GlobalstudyWPC.pdf
PDF icon 228_4_Riecken-Quality counts,Criteria and standards for large protected areas in Germany.pdf
PDF icon 228_5_Indonesia-Management Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 228_6_Burgess-The Management Effectiveness Tracking Tool.pdf
PDF icon 228_7_Carbutt-The KwaZulu-Natal experience.pdf
PDF icon 228_8_Hamdan-Sarawak Towards Effective Management of Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 228_9_Mathur-Management Effectiveness Evaluation, Indian Experience.pdf
258 Wildlife crime and law enforcement in protected areas 2 Stream Session Lecture
259 Protected Areas Law and Achieving Aichi Target 11 Congress Event Workshop PDF icon 234_1_Butchart-How well do protected areas cover biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 234_2_Ferrier-Ecological representativeness of terrestrial protected areas.pdf
PDF icon 234_3_Venter-The future of protected areas and threatened species a cautionary tale.pdf
PDF icon 234_4_Di Minin-Global conservation prioritization for Aichi Target 11.pdf
261 Skills sharing for effective protected area management Congress Event Capacity Development PDF icon 261_1_Business Skills Sharing for Capacity Development.pdf
262 The voice of Africa in reaching conservation goals in and around protected areas Congress Event Dialogue PDF icon 262_1_African PAs reaching conservation goals.pdf
PDF icon 262_2_Marnewick-Protecting Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas using Biodiversity Stewardship.pdf
PDF icon 262_3_Odendaal-The NamibRand Nature Reserve.pdf
PDF icon 262_5_Mulama-Wildlife-Livestock Integration, an innovative approach to conservation.pdf
PDF icon 262_6_Goede-Best Guide Principals for Transboundary Conservation.pdf
619 National and regional lessons and successes in achieving Aichi Target 11 Stream Session Workshop
620 Reaching conservation goals by strengthening protected area systems across Latin America and Angola: Innovative case studies. Stream Session Workshop File 620_wpcreport_KR.docx
PDF icon 620_1_Re-establishing Conservation Areas in Angola.pdf
PDF icon 620_2_Kunen-Reaching Conservation Goals by Strengthening Protected Area Systems Across Latin America.pdf
716 Connectivity Conservation Areas and Biodiversity Conservation Stream Session Lecture File 716_wpcreport_ST.docx
717 Reaching Conservation Goals: Opening Plenary Stream Session Panel Discussion File 717_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 717_2_Hutton-Protected Plante, tA Snapshot of where we are!.pdf
PDF icon 717_3_Hockings-A Vision of Hope.pdf
929 Une gestion innovante des aires protégées (session 4): Accent sur l'Afrique, l'île Maurice et la France. Innovative protected area management (session 4): Focus on Africa, Mauritius and France. Stream Session Lecture File 929_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 929_1_Gestion innovante_France_Cote dIvoire.pdf
PDF icon 929_2_WWF_ICCN-Aichi_11_Congo.pdf
PDF icon 929_3_Parcs francais et biodiversite.pdf
PDF icon 929_4_Inza Kone_Innovations Cote dIvoire.pdf