UN Biodiversity Lab

Providing decision makers with the best available spatial data to put nature at the center of sustainable development.  

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View our maps and gain access to a wide array of UN-endorsed spatial datasets and analytic tools used by policymakers to deliver on their commitments to protect and restore nature.

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Explore popular data combinations used by policymakers around the world to help conserve biodiversity and saveguard human livelihoods.

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Impact stories

 

Haiti uses spatial data and aerial imagery to monitor protected areas.

Haiti hosts an incredible array of marine biodiversity, including mangrove forests and coral reefs. In 2013, the first network of marine protected areas in Haiti was established in the southernmost 'Grand Sud' region of southern Haiti. The Port Salut/Aquin Protected Area is over 1,500 kilometres square and includes mixed marine and terrestrial sites.

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