Monitoring Biodiversity Conservation Outcomes in the Philippines
 
There is a pressing need for a coordinated global biodiversity conservation monitoring framework. Without it, we cannot demonstrate that our actions are achieving the conservation outcomes we intend. The outcomes monitoring framework provides a blueprint for reporting progress towards quantitative conservation targets at the level of species (following the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species), sites (Key Biodiversity Areas), and landscapes (biodiversity conservation hotspots).
As a biodiversity hotspot, the Philippines presents an ideal case to apply the outcomes monitoring framework. Here, we present four systematic indicators for evaluating trends in biodiversity of the Philippines.

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