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Co-operation for co-existence

Yielding success for three endangered species in Thailand, conserving productive habitats, and finding solutions that are mutually beneficial for people & planet

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Footnotes: Text: Andrea Egan Apiradee Treerutkuarkul, Nutcharee Puetkhoon, Orn-oniriya Fugthaworn, Supranee Kampongsun, Usaras Janpakdee, Yenta Nungvaewdaeng, Napaporn Yuberk Photos: UNDP Thailand & UNSplash

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Since 2000, UNDP's global biodiversity program, with financing from the Global Environment Facility and other sources, has been successful in: helping to strengthen over 3,000 protected areas, covering more than 680 million hectares including marine, terrestrial and indigenous and community conserved areas; and undertaking interventions in production sectors and development planning, covering more than 250 million hectares of production landscapes and seascapes.

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