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Dutch Soy Platform

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The Dutch Soy Platform is a multi-stakeholder platform that aims to drive the transition towards sustainable soy in the Netherlands and its area of influence. Our goal is to achieve 100% conversion-free responsible soy in the Dutch value chain, including consumption, processing and trade, and to have an additional positive impact on nature and farmers in areas that risk deforestation and/or conver... More information

Shared Resources Joint Solutions

From 2016 – 2020, IUCN NL, WWF Netherlands and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs formed a partnership to strengthen the capacity of local NGOs and civil society organisations in a total of 16 low- and middle-income countries to join forces with the public and private sector to protect climate resilience, the water supply and food security. Around the world, ecosystems and the servi... More information

Land Acquisition Fund

Our Land Acquisition Fund allows us to contribute to expanding, connecting and safeguarding habitats for endangered species. For over 20 years we have enabled nature organisations all over the world to purchase endangered natural habitats. With the support of the Nationale Postcode Loterij and a growing number of private donors we improve the chances of survival of species that face the threat of extinction. More information

Forests for a Just Future

Tropical rainforests are under immense pressure. In the Forests for a Just Future programme by the Green Livelihoods Alliance we contribute to more sustainable and inclusive management of tropical rainforests, in a way that promotes climate mitigation, human rights and preserving the livelihoods of local communities. More information

Onder het Maaiveld

Without vital soil we cannot achieve the climate and biodiversity targets The health of Dutch soil is under severe pressure. The soil life is in poor condition due to intensive land use and the addition of harmful substances. However, a rich soil life is essential for many soil functions, such as retaining and purifying water, carbon storage, natural pest management and recycling nutrients. Withou... More information

Landscape approach

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A landscape or area, provides various products and services (ecosystem services) for humans, animals and plants. IUCN NL brings users in this area together so they can collectively ensure sustainable land and water use, today and in the future. What is the landscape approach? In the landscape approach the interests of the different stakeholders in a landscape are assessed in an integral manner and... More information

Community governance

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Powerful economic interests such as the expansion of agriculture, mining and infrastructure often take precedence over the rights and needs of local communities. As a result, a lot of the nature that has been used and managed by indigenous and local communities for generations is under ever greater pressure. No voice in decision-making processes Decision-making processes related to economic develo... More information

Onder het Maaiveld

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Without vital soil we cannot achieve the climate and biodiversity targets The health of Dutch soil is under severe pressure. The soil life is in poor condition due to intensive land use and the addition of harmful substances. However, a rich soil life is essential for many soil functions, such as retaining and purifying water, carbon storage, natural pest management and recycling nutrients. Withou... More information

Who we are

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Our strategy Guidelines and policy Annual report Our strategy Guidelines and policy Annual report Nature as the foundation Our vision is a just world in which nature is valued and protected. Our goal? To safeguard nature as the foundation for all life on earth. In this endeavour we devote special attention to areas that have a high natural value and special biodiversity, which are under pressure,... More information

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