Panorama Communities

PANORAMA Solutions are grouped into Communities (themes) coordinated by the partner organizations.

GIZ
The Community PANORAMA Restoration collects approaches for sustainable and inclusive landscape restoration. The solutions presented in this community describe the methodology to assess landscape restoration opportunities and related benefits; approaches for inclusive stakeholder engagement; concepts for participatory governance processes and community-based restoration activities; business models related to restoration value chains; financing instruments, and monitoring tools.
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IUCN
Success in saving species can be achieved through preventing extinction, conserving threatened wildlife and habitat, recovering depleted populations, and increasing species’ abundance and range. The last decade has seen an impressive array of innovation with new technologies, approaches and solutions. We have a major opportunity to accelerate our collective impact on species conservation through learning from our experiences and replicating success factors. By sharing our lessons and expertise, and committing the necessary resources in a more strategic way, we can massively scale-up success.
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Eastern Pacific Hawksbill Initiative (ICAPO)
Young hawksbill turtles on the beach.
Eastern Pacific Hawksbill Initiative (ICAPO)

@GIZ
PANORAMA One Health aims to promote good practices, solutions and lessons learned that facilitate the adoption of a One Health approach. One Health is a cross-sectoral approach that spans a wide range of actors and disciplines. The solutions involve at least two of the three key One Health sectors (animal, human and environmental health) and have a holistic character that considers the entire system in which diseases develop and spread. PANORAMA One Health promotes preventative solutions to reduce disease risk, increase resilience and maintain people, animal and environmental health alike.
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Garth Cripps for Blue Ventures
Radio show discussion group talking about health and environmental topics
Garth Cripps for Blue Ventures

GIZ
The scientific community agrees that greenhouse gas emissions, caused by human activity, are one of the primary reasons behind climate change. The goals set by the Paris Agreement aim to mitigate climate change. In response, governments, organizations, companies, and civil society are taking concrete actions to reduce these emissions at the local and regional level. PANORAMA Mitigation compiles tangible and replicable solutions from the entire world to develop, implement, and upscale measures for a more sustainable, efficient, and, above all, low-carbon development.
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Helping countries and communities designate and manage systems of protected areas on land and in the oceans has been at the core of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s work for decades. The Global Protected Areas Programme, together with the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA), leads these activities.
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Creative Commons (Jatiga  https://pixabay.com/en/pier-santa-monica-beach-angeles-875668/)
Santa Monica
Creative Commons (Jatiga https://pixabay.com/en/pier-santa-monica-beach-angeles-875668/)

PANORAMA Blue is a global forum for accessing and sharing good practice in marine and coastal conservation and sustainable use. We enable practitioners to learn from each other, exchange experience, and get inspiration. With hundreds of adaptable cases, and tens of thousands of engaged forum members, PANORAMA Blue accelerates the implementation of “blue solutions” worldwide.  
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Creative Commons (Jatiga  https://pixabay.com/en/pier-santa-monica-beach-angeles-875668/)
Santa Monica
Creative Commons (Jatiga https://pixabay.com/en/pier-santa-monica-beach-angeles-875668/)

GIZ
Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) is a nature-based solution that is gaining significant importance in the context of climate change and biodiversity conservation policies.

EbA
(a) helps people adapt to climate change
(b) by an active use of biodiversity and ecosystem services,
(c) in the context of an overall adaptation strategy (CBD 2009).

This portal is coordinated by the IKI funded Global Project Mainstreaming Ecosystem-based Adaptation, implemented by GIZ as part of the International EbA Community of Practice.
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GIZ Thailand, 2015
Living weir construction in Nakhon Si Tammarat with revegetation of riverbanks and bamboo structures
GIZ Thailand, 2015

Sustainable agriculture
Unsustainable agricultural practices remain one of the greatest threats to ecosystems and biodiversity. As the world population grows and climate change continues to threaten livelihoods, we have to find agricultural production methods that support farmers and the environment we all rely on.
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IUCN
Business activities are an important driver for the loss of biodiversity, but business also depend on nature and the goods and services it provides to operate. Therefore, business has a responsibility to adopt good practices to reduce their environmental footprint and promote the sustainable use of resources, as well as to contribute to the conservation of biodiversity.
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Interface Inc
Discarded nets collected by community members in the Philippines.
Interface Inc

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PANORAMA
Rapid urbanisation is a defining characteristic of the Anthropocene. Cities are home to over half of humanity and account for disproportionately large shares of global carbon emissions and natural resource consumption. They are on the frontline of the struggle to adapt to climate change and reduce disaster risk, and central to the success of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Jointly coordinated by the World Bank and IUCN, this thematic community seeks to inform and inspire action to strengthen the resilience and sustainability of our collective urban future.
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OUR PLACE World Heritage Collection
Nature-Culture focuses on sharing case studies where the interlinkages between nature conservation and the safeguarding of cultural heritage are crucial for the effective management and sustainable development of heritage places. It presents place-based and people-centered approaches which highlight the relationship of nature and culture and provide a source of exchange between World Heritage properties, heritage places and practitioners.
The thematic community is coordinated by the joint ICCROM and IUCN World Heritage Leadership programme and the secretariat of ICOMOS International.
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GIZ Thailand, 2015
Living weir construction in Nakhon Si Tammarat with revegetation of riverbanks and bamboo structures
GIZ Thailand, 2015