The 34 Hotspots around the Globe • Madrean Pine-Oak Woodlands • Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany • Mediterranean Basin • Mesoamerica • Mountains of Central Asia • Hengduan Mountains of Southwest China • New Caledonia • New Zealand • Philippines • Polynesia-Micronesia • Southwest Australia • Succulent Karoo • Sundaland • Tropical Andes • Tumbès-Chocò-Magdalena • Wallacea • Western Ghats and Sri Lanka • California Floristic Province Cape Floristic Province • Caribbean Islands • Caucasus • Brazilian Cerrado • Central Chile • Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa • East Melanesian Islands • Eastern African Afromantane • Guinean Forests of West Africa • Himalayas • Horn of Africa • Indo-Burma • Irano-Anatolia • Japan • Madagascar and Indian Ocean Islands
Conservation • Identify the regions which are under severe threat of extinction. • Protection: areas are protected through national parks, botanical gardens, heritage sites and reserves. • Market based tools are used in order to conserve those regions. • Projects: involves the improvement of water.
Restoration Three Steps in restoring biodiversity: 1. Enhance its quality. • Help in regaining lost understorey, in order to increase the value of the habitats. 2. Secure what you have. • Secure the remnants as the are the habitats of animals. • Control the timing of grazing to allow effective seed production. 3. Link isolated patches. • Rural roads and stream corridors provide opportunities for linking isolated remnants in heavily cleared areas.