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Investing in nature for development: do nature-based interventions deliver local development outcomes?

Project report
  • Dilys Roe
  • Beth Turner
  • Alexandre Chausson
  • Emma Hemmerle
  • Nathalie Seddon
20176iied

Why eat wild meat? Local food choices, food security and desired design features of wild meat alternative projects in Cameroon

Project report
  • Stephanie Brittain
20031iied

Supplement for the Social Assessment for Protected and Conserved Areas (SAPA) Methodology manual for SAPA facilitators: General guidance on follow-up actions for enabling fair and effective law enforcement

Project material
  • Phil Franks
  • Rob Small
17662IIED

Biodiversity mainstreaming: a review of current theory and practice

Project report
  • Jessica Smith
  • Steve Bass
  • Dilys Roe
17665IIED

Park Action Plans: Stories of Change from a community enterprise programme around Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda

Project material
  • IIED
  • Village Enterprise
17664IIED

SAPA, SAGE or GAPA? Tools for assessing the social impacts, governance, and equity of conservation

Project material
  • Phil Franks
  • Ruth Pinto
17664IIED

SAPA, SAGE ou GAPA ? Outils d'évaluation des impacts sociaux, de la gouvernance et de l'équité de la conservation

Project material
  • Phil Franks
  • Ruth Pinto
17663IIED

Biodiversity mainstreaming in Global Environment Facility projects: a review of current practice

Project report
  • Jessica Smith
  • Steve Bass
  • Dilys Roe
17659iied

Uganda's Community Conservation Policy 2019: a new policy to strengthen the conservation of wildlife resources through the active involvement of communities

Project flyer
  • Uganda Wildlife Authority
14676IIED

Why eat wild meat? Factors affecting the success of alternative protein projects

Project report
  • Francesca Booker
  • Olivia Wilson-Holt