Ten major natural history museum libraries, botanical libraries, and research institutions have joined to digitize the published literature of biodiversity held in their respective collections and make this literature publicly accessible on the Web.
Conservation International was a pioneer in defining and promoting the concept of hotspots. In 1989, just one year after scientist Norman Myers wrote the paper that introduced the hotspots concept, CI adopted the idea of protecting these incredible places as the guiding principle of our investments. For nearly two decades thereafter, hotspots were the blueprint for CI’s work.
Biodiversity International uses agricultural biodiversity to improve people's lives by carrying out global research to seek solutions for three key challenges: sustainable agriculture, nutrition, conservation.
A global network of countries and organizations that promotes and facilitates the mobilization, access, discovery and use of information about the occurrence of organisms over time and across the planet.
The Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) is a partnership that provides information relating to the binational Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region of North America. GLIN offers data and information about the region's environment, economy, tourism, education and more.
Designed to provide leadership and encourage partnership 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. Click on "publications" to access publications, policy briefs, assessment reports, and atlases.
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