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  • 2008 IDB-Statement by the Executive Secretary of CBD This message was provided by the Executive Secretary to the Convention on Biological Diversity on the occasion of the celebration of the 2008 International Day for Biological Diversity.
  • 2010 Biodiversity Targets The 2010 Biodiversity Target elaborates on reducing biodiversity to a significant level by 2010. This page will give you more information on the Target and its goals.
  • 2010 Biodiversity Targets

    In April 2002, the Parties to the Convention committed themselves to achieve by 2010 a significant reduction of the current rate of biodiversity loss at the global, regional and national level as a contribution to poverty alleviation and to the benefit of all life on Earth. The full notification to that can be found on the CBD website.
  • 2020 Targets

    The tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties, held from 18 to 29 October 2010, in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, adopted a revised and updated Strategic Plan for Biodiversity, including the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, for the 2011-2020 period. The full information can be obtained from the CBD website.
  • A Guide For The Timber Exporter And Importer From Ghana And Liberia

    The desire to eliminate illegal forestry activities and the associated trade and to achieve sustainable forest management has been on the agenda of the
    international community and various governments of West Africa.
  • A burning issue: woodfuel, public health, land degradation and conservation in Sub-Saharan Africa

    Wood energy fuelling the future

    Wood is a key source of energy that has been used for millennia for cooking, boiling water, lighting and heating. In Sub-Saharan Africa, more than 90% of the population relies on woodfuel, i.e. firewood and charcoal, as a primary source of domestic energy, both in rural as well as in urban areas
  • Afadjato Community Forest Conservation Project The Afadjato Community Forest Conservation Project was carried out by the Ghana Wildlife Society to halt activities posing threats  to the ecological functions as well as social and  cultural values in communities along the  slopes of mounting  Afadjato in the Volta Region of Ghana.
  • Aichi Targets

    The Convention on Biological Diversity has adopted the Aichi targets to be achieved by 2020. This link leads to the targets.
  • Aichi targets

    In 2010, in Nagoya, Japan, 193 countries meeting for the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) agreed on 20 targets to reduce global pressures on our natural world. These are referred to as the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.
  • Amansuri Conservation and Integrated Development Project This project aimed at preserving the wetland and fresh water ecosystems at Amansuri in the Western Region of Ghana. It is the largest intact swamp forest in Ghana. It also hold a large number of varied organisms.
  • Belgian Biodiversity Clearing House Mechanism

    Ghana has been cooperating with the Belgian Clearing House Mechanism for over ten years
  • Belgian CHM Ghana has been in Cooperation with  the Belgian CHM since 2004.
  • Belgium Clearing House Mechanism The Belgian Clearing House Mechanism is hosted by the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, which is the Focal Point for the Convention on Biological Diversity.
  • Biodiversity Aichi Targets

    During the Tenth Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP'10) in October 2010, Aichi Nagoya, delegates agreed on the post 2010 targets dubbed the "Aichi Biodiversity 2020 targets". This pointer links to the targets as captured on the CBD website. Ghana has reviewed its Biodiversity Strategy and Action to reflect the Aichi Targets
  • Biosafety Clearing House

    This link leads to the Biosafety Clearing Houes (BCH)
  • Bioversity International

    Bioversity International uses agricultural biodiversity to improve people's lives.
    We carry out global research to seek solutions for three key challenges: Sustainable Agriculture, Nutrition, Conservation.
  • Bird species diversity and abundance in the Abiriw Sacred Grove

    This link directs to the research piblication of  Kangah-Kesse, L., Attuquayefio, D.K., Owusu, E.H. and Gbogbo, F. (2007). Bird species diversity and abundance in the Abiriw Sacred Grove in the Eastern Region of Ghana. West African Journal of Applied Ecology 11: 41-50
  • Birds of Ghana This page provides a link to birds that are indigenous or naturalized in Ghana as provided by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Birds that are introduced but not naturalized are not included.
  • COP´6 Decision VI/ 26 - Strategic Plan for the Convention on Biological Diversity This decision of the Conference of Parties deals with the strategic plan for the Convention.
  • COP´7 Decision VII/30 - Strategic Plan: future evaluation of progress This Decision elaborates on the future evaluation of the progress of work of the CBD.
  • COP´8 Decision VIII/ 30 - Framework for monitoring implementation of the achievement of the 2010 target and integration of targets into the thematic programmes of work Since implementation goes with monitoring, this Decision of the Conference of Parties seeks to propose the review of the activities aimed at achieving the programme of work for the 2010 targets.
  • CSIR- Water Research Institute

    The Water Research Institute (WRI) is one of the 13 research institutes of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). It is a public institution and was established in 1996 from the merger of the former Institute of Aquatic Biology (IAB) and the Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) of the CSIR.
  • CSIR-Forestry Research Institute of Ghana

    Institute responsible for conducting research on forest resources and forest products
  • Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB)

    This link leads to the site of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety.
  • Central University College

    The Central University College was founded by the International Central Gospel Church in Accra, Ghana. It started off as a pastoral training institute in 1988. It was then known as the Central Bible College by June 1991
  • Clearing House Mechanism of Belgium This link leads to the  website of the Belgian CHM which hosts the site for the Ghanaian CHM.
  • Conservation Alliance Ghana

    Conservation Alliance, (CA) is a not-for-profit non-governmental environmental organization. CA brings together the people and skills needed to build Africa’s capacity to conserve biodiversity through sound science, local initiatives and good governance. It also aims at assisting fringe communities in Africa in creating economic opportunities that result in improved wildlife and habitat management, and wealthier healthier communities.
  • Conservation International This link leads to the website of Conservation International. The Focal Point Ministry is collaborating with the Organization's branch in Ghana for the implementation of the CBD.
  • Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)

    The CGIAR is a global partnership that unites organizations engaged in research for sustainable development with the funders of this work. The funders include developing and industrialized country governments, foundations, and international and regional organizations.
  • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research was established by the Government in August 1958 to organize and co-ordinate scientific research in Ghana. Most of the research  carried  out by the council  are in the  area of  environment, especially  biodiversity use and conservation.
  • Environmental Protection Agency The link leads to the website of the Environmental Protection Agency which exists to manage, protect and enhance the Ghana's environment through, regulation and setting of standards, as well as seeking common solutions to global environmental problems.
  • FAO GM Foods Platform

    The FAO GM Foods Platform is an online platform to share information on safety assessment of foods derived from recombinant-DNA plants authorized in accordance with the Codex “Guideline for the conduct of food safety assessment of foods derived from recombinant-DNA plants (CAC/GL 45-2003, annex III adopted in 2008) ". The Platform also facilitates the effective utilization of food safety assessment in situations of Low Level Presence (LLP) of r-DNA plant materials in food.
  • Forest Protection Amendment Act This is an Act to amend the Forest Protection Decree 1974 (NRCD 243) to provide for higher penalties for offences therein and to provide for related purposes.
  • Forest and Wildlife Policy of Ghana This page provides a link to Ghana's Policy on Forest and Wildlife which is implemented by the Forestry Commission of Ghana, under the Ministry of Lands Forestry and Mines.
  • Forestry Commission of Ghana The Forestry Commission of Ghana was set up to regulate utilization of forest and wildlife resources, the conservation and management of those resources and the coordination of policies related to them. The Commission embodies the various public bodies and agencies that were individually implementing the functions of protection, management, the regulation of forest and wildlife resources.
  • Forestry Services Division The Forest Services Division is a Department under the Forestry Commission of Ghana and is responsible for the management of Forests in Ghana.
  • Frequently asked questions Many people, most of the time wonder what the term "biodiversity" means.  This page  offers a link to  a  page on the Belgian CHM  website where  the term has been vividly explained.
  • Friends of the Earth Ghana

    The Friends of the Earth, Ghana exists to campaign for environmentally sustainable development and protection of
    Ghana’s environment. It also promotes environmental education of various groups such as local communities, local
    government and policy makers, to aid people to understand and appreciate Ghana’s environment.
  • GEF Funded Projects This link leads to other GEF funded project types in Ghana apart from projects funded by the Small Grants Programme as these have been given separate attention. These projects include those funded under the Enabling Activities, Medium-Sized Projects and Full-Sized Projects.
  • GEF Small Grant

    Ghana has benefitted from the GEF Small Grant throught a number of project fundings.
  • Ghana National Biodiversity Fourth National Report

    This report contains information on the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity in Ghana as of 2008. It gives indication on Ghana's progress towards the 2010 targets of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
  • Ghana Wildlife Society The Ghana Wildlife Society is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit making environmental organization which seeks to conserve wildlife in all its forms to ensure a better environment and improved quality of life for all people.
  • Ghana deforestation rates and related forestry figures Ghana: 24.3%- or about 5,517,000 hectares- of Ghana is forested. Of this, 6.4%- or roughly 353,000 hectares- is classified as primary forest, the most biodiverse form of forest
  • Ghana: Environmental Profile Ghana has one of the stronger economies of sub- Saharan Africa due to its array of natural resources
  • Global Environmental Facility The Global Environment Facility (GEF), established in 1991, is an independent financial organization that helps developing countries fund projects and programs that protect the global environment. GEF grants support projects related to biodiversity, climate change, international waters, land degradation, the ozone layer, and persistent organic pollutants.The Global Environmental Facility (GEF)  provides grants to developing countries for projects that benefit the global environment and promote sustainable livelihoods in local communities.
  • Important Bird Areas in Ghana The Important Bird Areas in Ghana project was a collaborative venture between the Birdlife International and the Ghana Wildlife Society to survey forests in Ghana for favorable bird habitats.
  • International Year of the Potato The United Nations has declared  2008, the International of potato. This link gives more information on potato.
  • Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

    Ghana's premier Science and Technology University.

    Ghana's No. 1 - Webometrics 2010 ranking
  • List of Mammals in Ghana Information provided by Wikipedia-the free encyclopedia
  • List of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity This link leads to the list of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity as provided by the Secretariat of the Convention. It provides the status of each Party and also the date of ratification.
  • Major threats to Biodiversity

    Biodiversity has been observed to be threatened by some natural interventions, some of which are anthropogenic.  This page provided highlights on some of these interventions as outlined on the website of the Belgian Clearing House Mechanism.
  • Message by the United Nations Secretary General Through this message, the Secretary General to the United Nations expressed his views on biodiversity  and how it relates with agriculture.
  • Ministry of Fisheries The Ministry of promotes sustainable and thriving fisheries enterprises through research, technology, development, extension and other support services to Fishers, processors and traders and to fulfill its role in ensuring food security and poverty reduction. This link leads to the official site where the functions of the Ministry have been published in detail.
  • Ministry of Food and Agriculture

    The Ministry of Food and Agriculture in Ghana has been established (MOFA) to promote sustainable agriculture and thriving agribusiness through research and technology development, effective extension and other support services to farmers, processors and traders for improved livelihood of Ghanaiana.
  • Ministry of Forestry, Lands and Mines The Ministry of Lands, Forestry and Mines exists to ensure the sustainable management and judicious utilisation of the nations Lands Forestry and Wildlife resources for Socio-economic development and equitable growth of Ghana.
  • Ministry of Trade, Industry, Private Sector Development and Presidential Special Initiative Ministry of Trade, Industry, Private Sector Development and Presidential Special Initiative has been set by the Government of Ghana to meet the challenges posed by the changing domestic and international trade environment. The Ministry also pursues proactive policies designed to create conditions for the renewal of Ghanaian industry and commerce.
  • National Parks in Ghana This page provides a link to the site of the Forestry Commission of Ghana which features some information on key National Parks in Ghana.
  • Nature Conservation Research Centre Ghana

    NCRC’s current work (2008-2012) is focused in three strategic areas: Climate Change and Biodiversity Conservation (NCRC is becoming a West-African leader for actions to mitigate global climate change using practical, community-based interventions in rural Ghana and countries in their regions), Capacity-Building and Mentoring (NCRC’s success in community-based initiatives has prompted many requests to provide mentoring and capacity-building assistance to sister conservation organisations in Ghana and other West African countries) and Ecotourism (NCRC has been recognized by the World Tourism Organisation, US Agency for International Development (USAID) and others as a global leader in the field of rural tourism development).
  • Netherlands Clearing House Mechanism This link leads to the site of the Netherlands Clearing House Mechanism.  The  Netherlands  CHM  has been in cooperation with the Ghanaian CHM  since 2007.
  • Netherlands Clearing House Mechanism Ghana has been in cooperation with the Netherlands Clearing House Mechanism since November, 2007.
  • New, Rare and Threatened Species in the Atiwa Forest of Ghana This link leads to a brief information on a survey carried out by Conservation International in one of Ghana's forest reserves, the "Atiwa Forest" which is in the Eastern Region of Ghana. This is one of the  sensitivity ecosystems in Ghana.
  • Oceans and Law of the Sea
  • Press ReIease for the 2008 International Day for Biological Diversity Every year, the Secretariat of Convention on Biological Diversity produces a press release to the public as a way of throwing more light on the theme chosen for the celebration of the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB). This page takes readers to the press release for the 2008 IDB celebration.
  • Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity

    This link leads to the site of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity.
  • Site for the national training course for the CHM in Ghana A National training course on the use of the CHM for and by key partners for the Ghanaian CHM has been organised from 12 - 16 November 2007. This link will help the participants of the training to access the training site.
  • Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020

    The tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties, held from 18 to 29 October 2010, in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, adopted a revised and updated Strategic Plan for Biodiversity for the 2011-2020 period. The national NBSAPs are to be linked to this strategic plan.
  • Sustainable Land Use and Conservation of Forest and Biodiversity This project was initiated in Ghana in 2000 by Friends of the Earth - Ghana in three ecological zones, namely; moist evergreen forest, moist semi deciduous forest and the  northern  savannah.  It aimed at promoting proper land use and halting desertification.
  • The Act establishing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Ghana The Environmental Protection Agency Act, 1994 Act 490 gives details of the establishment and functions of the EPA which is the regulatory body for environmental issues in Ghana.
  • The Forestry Commission of Ghana

    The Forestry Commission of Ghana is under the Ministry of Forestry, Lands and Mines and its main role is to implement Ghana´s policies on Forest, Lands and Mines.
  • The Forestry Services Division The Forestry Services Division of the Forestry Commission of Ghana is responsible for the management of the country's forest resources.
  • The International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN) The International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN) supports scientific research; manages field projects all over the world; and brings governments, non-government organizations, United Nations agencies, companies and local communities together to develop and implement policy, laws and best practice.
  • The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) The mandate of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture in Ghana is to ensure food security in a sustainable manner. This link leads to the website of the Ministry where the detailed functions have been explained.
  • The Ministry of Justice and Attorney General The Ministry of Justice and Attorney General, exists to entrench at the core of the body politic and abiding respect for the Rule of Law and a constant observance of human Rights, to ensure equality of access to Justice and treatment before the Law for all citizens, to promote by law social justice to facilitate the operations of a fair, efficient and transparent legal system and to propagate a culture of due process and legality for these purposes.
  • The Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Environment The Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Environment was formed when the former Ministry of Environment and Science was realigned and the environment  unit  was  merged  with the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development. The Ministry is currently the Focal Point for the CBD in Ghana.
  • The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Presential Initiative The Ministry of Trade and Industry has overall responsibility for the formulation, implementation and monitoring of Ghana's internal and external trade. It is the sector ministry that ensures that Ghana derives maximum benefit from internal trade relations and that domestic trade is conducted in a smooth and orderly manner. The Ministry seeks to strengthen trade relations with all friendly countries on a most-favoured nation basis consistent with her membership of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The promotion of trade with other developing countries particularly, our sister African countries continue to be a major concern in the endeavour to enlarge Ghana's global market and enhance South-South co-operation.
  • The Rufford Foundation: Small grant

    The Rufford Foundation is a UK based charity. Our main remit is to offer Rufford Small Grants for nature conservation projects in the developing world.
  • The Text of the Convention This link leads to the text of the Convention on Biological Diversity in the website of the convention.
  • The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) was held from June 3 through June 14, 1992, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Five major agreements on global environmental issues were signed. Two of these, the Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Convention on Biological Diversity, were formal treaties whose provisions are binding on the parties. The Convention on Biological Diversity was opened for signature from June 3 through June 14, 1992, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Ghana was the 12th of the 157 countries which signed the Convention during the the Earth Summit, Subsequently, she has since August 1994, ratified the Convention .
  • The United Nations Environment Programme Ghana has been working closely with UNEP in project implementation in the area of biodiversity and biosafety. This URL lead to the website of UNEP which has been encouraging partnerships in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.
  • The United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP - WCMC) Through its affiliation with United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Ghana benefits from the cooperation between UNEP and the World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC). This is a collaboration between UK-based charity, WCMC 2000 and the United Nations Environment Programme. The collaboration allows both organizations to achieve far more than could be delivered by each independently.

    The URL below leads to the website of the UNEP-WCMC
  • The Wildlife Division The Wildlife Division is one of the three divisions of the reconstituted Forestry Commission. It began as a branch of the Forestry Department of the Ministry of Agriculture responsible for wildlife issues. In 1965, it became a full-fledged line agency of the Ministry of Forestry known as the Department of Game and Wildlife, which later changed to Wildlife Department after the adoption of the Forestry and Wildlife Policy of 1994.
  • Third World Network Africa TWN-Africa was established in 1994 under Ghanaian law as a non-profit company limited by guarantee. It is the autonomous Africa section of Third World Network (TWN), an independent non-profit coalition of organizations and individuals engaged in advocacy on issues related to development, environment and North-South affairs. It seeks a greater articulation of the needs and rights of the peoples of the South, especially marginalized social groups, a fair distribution of the world's resources and forms of development which are ecologically sustainable and fulfill human needs.
  • Tropenbos International

    TBI is a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in the Netherlands. It was established in 1986 in response to the ongoing concern about the disappearance and degradation of tropical rain forests worldwide. Part of its mission was to mobilize the research capacity and knowledge of Dutch universities and it focused initially on the establishment of research programmes in a number of tropical forest countries. Now a programme of research, capacity building and institutional development, we run programmes in the Congo Basin (Cameroon and DR Congo), Colombia, Ghana, Indonesia, Viet Nam and Suriname. Additionally we support projects in Guyana and Bolivia.
  • United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

    United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification
  • United Nations Development Programme The United Nationa Development Programme is the UN's global development network, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. The Organization is working with Ghana in finding the country's own solutions to global and national development challenges.
  • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) The UNDP office in Ghana has been a project implementing partner with Ghana over the years. A notable project is the "National Capacity Self Assessment" programme. Currently UNDP is assisting Ghana to prepare the fourth National Biodiversity report.
  • United Nations Environment Programme Unep was established after the United Nations Conference on Human Environment in 1972 in Stalkhom, Sweden. Since then, Ghana has  been implementing all the environmentally related conventions such as CBD, CMS, CITES, UNFCCC, UNCCD etc with this international body. Several projects have been carried out by way of implementing these conventions and these have led to the improvement of the lives of the people of Ghana and also have improved the quality of the environment of the country.
  • United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

    Ghana has been implementing a number of projects with the United Nations Environment Programme since ratifying the convention. Among the projects implemented are: the development of National Biodiversity and Action Plan, Second Biodiversity National Reporting, Third Biodiversity National  Reporting, Country Report on Biodiversity.

    Currently Ghana is going to commence a project on the review of the National Biodiveristy Plan and the strengthening of the National CHM in collaboration with UNEP.



  • United Nations Environment Programme-World Conservation Monitoring Centre This link leads to the site of the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) is a collaboration between the United Nations Environment Programme, the world's foremost intergovernmental environmental organization, and WCMC 2000 a UK-based charity.
  • United Nations Forum of Forest (UNFF)

    UNFF Mandate
    In October 2000, the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC), in its Resolution2000/35 established the United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF), a subsidiary body with the main objective to promote “… the management, conservation and sustainable development of all types of forests and to strengthen long-term political commitment to this end…”based on the Rio Declaration, the Forest Principles, Chapter 11 of Agenda 21 and the outcome of the IPF/IFF Processes and other key milestones of international forest policy.

    The Forum has universal membership, and is composed of all Member States of the United Nations andspecialized agencies.
  • University of Cape Coast

    The University of Cape Coast is a university in Ghana. The university was established in 1962 out of a dire need for highly qualified and skilled manpower in education and was affiliated to the University of Ghana.
  • University of Development Studies

    UDS was established in May 1992 by the Government of Ghana to “blend the academic world with that of the community in order to provide constructive interaction between the two for the total development of Northern Ghana, in particular, and the country as a whole
  • University of Ghana

    The University of Ghana, the premier university and the largest university in Ghana was founded as the University College of the Gold Coast by Ordinance on August 11, 1948 for the purpose of providing and promoting university education, learning and research.
  • University of Winneba

    The University of Education, Winneba is mandated to produce professional educators to spearehead a national vision of education redirecting Ghana's effort along the path of rapid economic and social development.
  • Wetlands International

    Wetlands International’s mission is “to sustain and restore wetlands, their resources and biodiversity for future generations”. In order to fullfil our mission, we have adopted the following four long-term strategic global goals: 

    • Global Goal 1: Stakeholders and decision makers are well-informed about the status and trends of wetlands, their biodiversity and priorities for action
    • Global Goal 2: The functions and values of wetlands are recognised and integrated into sustainable development 
    • Global Goal 3: Conservation and sustainable use of wetlands is achieved through integrated water resource management and coastal zone management
    • Global Goal 4: Large scale, strategic initiatives result in improved conservation status of species, habitats and ecological networks
  • Wildlife Sanctuaries and Ramsar Sites This page provides a link to Ghana's Forestry Commission's Website  which gives  information  on Wildlife  Sanctuaries and  Ramsar  Sites  in  Ghana.
  • World Bank The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. It is not a bank in the common sense. They are made up of two unique development institutions owned by 185 member countries including Ghana.
  • World Bank

    Ghana has been working with the World Bank to implement a number biodiversity related projects.
  • World Conservation Union

    This link leads to the site of the World Conservation Union, which is the world’s largest and most important conservation network. The Union brings together 83 States, 110 government agencies, more than 800 non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and some 10,000 scientists and experts from 181 countries in a unique worldwide partnership.

    The Union’s mission is to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable.
  • World Wide Fund for Nature

    WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of our planet's natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. Given limited resources, restricted funds and the fact that we're running out of time, WWF is focusing most of its current efforts on 14 global initiatives. To achieve this, we are working with our many partners to:  Save biodiversity, and Reduce humanity’s impact on natural habitats. We are strategically focusing on conserving critical places and critical species that are particularly important for their habitat or for people.

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