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Latest news from and for Members

 

Luvuyo Mandela

Mandela inspires a new generation

As one of the 'Champions' of the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 (WPC) and the great-grandson of Nelson Mandela, we catch up with Luvuyo Mandela about protected areas, youth empowerment and his plans to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro.  …  

30 Apr 2015 | Article
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Jean Wiener has been a pioneer working for establishing protected marine areas in Haiti.

Jean Wiener wins the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize

 Jean Wiener, Founder and Director of the environmental NGO FoProBiM in Haiti and Member of the IUCN, has won the prestigious Islands and Island Nations 2015 Goldman Prize in San Francisco. The Prize recognises individuals’ efforts to protect the natural environment. …  

21 Apr 2015 | News story

Fadi Shraideh

New Regional Director Appointed for ROWA

IUCN ROWA would like to announce the new appointment of a Regional Director, Mr Fadi Al-Shraideh.  …  

21 Apr 2015 | Article

SOS - Save OUr Species, FFI, Abies Firs, 2013A-052

Surveys funded by SOS lead to an increase of the known population of Yuanbaoshan firs

The known population size of the Critically Endangered Yuanbaoshan fir (Abies yuanbaoshanensis) more than doubled following extensive surveys in Yuanbaoshan National Nature Reserve (NNR), China in 2014. IUCN Member, Fauna & Flora International’s Xiaoya Li explains what this discovery means and how it will influence their conservation.   …  

17 Apr 2015 | News story

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