Publications of the Global Nature Fund

This side gives an overview over the latest GNF-publications. Besides the GNF Annual Report and the Newsletter you can find the lastest publications of the different units. Via the sub-pages of the units a list of all publications within the subject area as well as further information on the projects is given.

 
 GNF Annual Report 2015 / 2016

Annual Reports of the Global Nature Fund

Here you will find annually updated informationen on the GNF, its themes and projects as well as cooperations.

 
 
 GNF Newsletter 3 / 2016

The GNF Newsletter

Four times a year, the Global Nature Fund publishes a newsletter in English and German. In this issue you will find reports on current developments and projects particularly on the Living Lakes network. You will also get informed about new partner lakes, special events and conferences.

 

Further Publications

 
 
 EMAS & Biodiversity: How to address biodiversity protection through environmental management systems

Guidance (December 2016)

 

 

EMAS & Biodiversity: How to address biodiversity protection through environmental management systems (757)

 

All publications of the unit "Business & Biodiversity" here.

 
 
 

Latest Report (2012/2013)

 

Protection of Cultural Landscapes – Extremadura and Mallorca (676KB)

 

Further information on the project here.

 

Further publications of the unit "Nature Coservation" here.

 
 
 
 Regional NGO Master Plan for Sustainable Development in the Jordan Valley

Final Report (June 2015)

 

Regional NGO Master Plan for Sustainable Development in the Jordan Valley (11.8 MB)

 

Further information on the project here.

 
 
 
 Handbook “Filtros Verdes“

Handbook (December 2016)

 

Filtros Verdes - Agua limpia para Colombia

(in Spanish and English, 35 MB)

 

Further information on the project here.

 

Further publications of the unit "Sustainable Development & Development Cooperation" here.

 
 

GNF-Exhibitions

 

GNF-Exhibitions

In cooperation with its partners, the GNF conceived three exhibitions. One exhibition is about the pantanal – a natural paraides in danger, one about the river Jordan and the third one (only in German) presents information on the Living Lakes network Germany.