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Learning for Nature is a one-stop shop for e-learning on nature-related content. It offers opportunities to develop capacity and scale up efforts for nature-based sustainable development through Massive Open Online Courses, self-paced courses, stand-alone webinars and webinar series, podcasts, Google Earth stories, virtual events, and private trainings. Learning for Nature is also host to the NBSAP Forum, a global partnership aiming to support countries in implementing the UN Convention on Biological Diversity and its strategic plans, including global biodiversity targets.


An Introduction to Behavior-Centered Design

Ecosystem Restoration 2023

Integrated Spatial Planning

Green Entrepreneurship (2022)

Indigenous Peoples at the United Nations: Project Access Online

From Idea to Impact: Sustainable Decision-Making in Development Corridors

Introduction to Forest Monitoring Tools for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities


Designing Climate Finance Mechanisms in Armenia


Restoring Biological Diversity in Costa Rica


Using Spatial Data to Support National Conservation Priorities in Belarus


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