The IUCN World Heritage Outlook brings together, through Outlook Partnerships, civil society organizations committed to addressing conservation issues in World Heritage sites. The objective of IUCN's Outlook Partnerships is to raise the conservation prospects of natural World Heritage sites that need it most, through on-the-ground initiatives and projects developed collaboratively by IUCN and Outlook Partners. These site-specific projects and initiatives aim to help address main challenges identified by the IUCN World Heritage Outlook, and improve the effectiveness of sites' conservation in the long-term.
IUCN World Heritage Outlook Partners
Are you interested in becoming an IUCN World Heritage Outlook Partner? If so, we look forward to hearing from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IUCN's World Commission on Protected Areas is the world's premier network of protected area expertise, with has over 1,700 members spanning 140 countriesLearn more about IUCN WCPA
The launching of the IUCN World Heritage Outlook was made possible by financial support of the MAVA Foundation. The MAVA Foundation is a family-led, Swiss-based philanthropic foundation with an exclusive focus on the conservation of biodiversity. It has grown to become one of Europe's main environmental foundations and a major donor to global conservation.Learn more about the MAVA Foundation
OUR PLACE World Heritage provided images for the IUCN World Heritage Outlook. . OUR PLACE is creating a photographic database of the world's most important locations for use in publications and public exhibitions worldwide. OURPLACE is an official partner to UNESCO and also works directly with site managers and NGOs to help visually document key features of significant sites for promotional, educational and archiving purposes.
The realisation of IUCN's World Heritage Outlook is only possible thanks to invaluable input by individuals and organizations. IUCN would like to thank all those who are participating by sharing their knowledge and expertise to help improve the conservation of natural World Heritage sites.
If you would like to contribute to help inform the Conservation Outlook Assessments, please contact us at email@example.com
IUCN takes full responsibility for Conservation Outlook Assessments. Partners to the IUCN World Heritage Outlook are not accountable for the accuracy and reliability of these assessments.
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