One of IBAT’s most popular functionalities is our biodiversity data report delivered as a package that includes a pdf document, raw data in CSV format, and map files. Our report templates include a simple proximity report, a World Bank Group risk report, and a freshwater report. Click here to view all of the reports on offer.
Described by our users as “a must for any project on biodiversity conservation”, IBAT provides authoritative geographic information about global biodiversity. It is underpinned by three of the world’s most authoritative global biodiversity datasets and enables users to make informed decisions in policy and practice.
IBAT users can access the World Database on Protected Areas, IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, and the World Database of Key Biodiversity Areas through our GIS download services. The data is packaged as either global downloads or it is also possible to select smaller areas to download. Click here to view the GIS download options on offer. We also offer web services.
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IBAT has completely changed the way decision makers access global biodiversity data sets. Described by our users as "a must for any project on biodiversity conservation". Watch our overview video to find out more about the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool.