UN Biodiversity Lab

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

Explore our data

 

View a wide array of global public good datasets used by policymakers to take action for people and planet.

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Explore popular data collections that unlock the power of data to generate insights to address critical issues for nature and sustainable development.

ProtectedAreas

Nature-based Solutions for Climate Change

Actions to protect, sustainably manage, and restore natural or modified ecosystems, that address societal challenges effectively and adaptively, simultaneously providing human well-being and biodiversity benefits.

GreenRecovery

Protected Areas

Protected areas are a key instrument for safeguarding biodiversity and ecosystem services.

 

 

 

Create a UNBL workspace

 

Are you working to conserve nature and foster sustainable development? Do you have national data you would like to visualize and analyze in combination with our global data layers? We offer free workspaces for diverse stakeholders to use UNBL tools in a secure environment.

Create a UNBL workspace

 

Are you working to conserve nature and foster sustainable development? Do you have national data you would like to visualize and analyze in combination with our global data layers? We offer free workspaces for diverse stakeholders to use UNBL tools in a secure environment.

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.

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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