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Participants to PICCC fieldtrip

Pacific Islands Community Co-adaptive management Course (PICCC) Revitalised

Natural resource managers and conservation practitioners recently gathered at the University of the South Pacific (USP) to participate in the Pacific Islands Community Co-adaptive management Course (PICCC). …  

01 Apr 2015 | News story

Yacht in the Vava'u Group

Quantifying the value of key ecosystem services in Vava’u

A socioeconomic study, Natural resources and livelihoods in Vava’u to identify, describe and quantify the linkages between natural ecosystems and household livelihoods in the Vava’u Archipelago in Tonga, including the adjacent marine exclusive economic zone (EEZ) was recently conducted by Jacob Salcone, resource economist at the IUCN Oceania Regional Office, under the direction of the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment (SPREP) Coastal and Marine Advisers. …  

01 Apr 2015 | News story

Participants of the workshop hosted by GMSA and IUCN Oceania Regional Office

World’s leading experts meet to conduct a Global Marine Species Assessment in Pacific

The Global Marine Species Assessment (GMSA), an initiative of the Species Survival Commission of IUCN, and the IUCN Oceania Regional Office, recently held a workshop in Fiji to assess the conservation status of a number of families of marine fishes. …  

01 Apr 2015 | News story

Photo de groupe. Atelier d'Ifrane. Projet PPI-OSCAN

Renforcement des capacités pour l’élaboration des projets de conservation de la nature en Afrique du Nord

Les 15 Organisations de la Société Civile (OSC) présélectionnées en Maroc pour passer à la 2ème phase du Programme des Petites initiatives pour les Organisations de la Société Civile d’Afrique du Nord (PPI-OSCAN) ont participé dans un atelier organisé par le Centre de Coopération pour la Méditerranée de l’UICN, qui a eu pour but renforcer ses capacités sur l'élaboration des projets. …  

31 Mar 2015 | News story

Selva Viva, Napo. Amazonía Ecuatoriana

UICN es parte de nuevo proyecto regional que busca conservar las áreas protegidas de la Amazonía

 El proyecto IAPA (Integración de las Áreas Protegidas del Bioma Amazónico) busca fortalecer los sistemas de áreas protegidas de la región amazónica pertenecientes a Brasil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Perú, Surinam y Venezuela, para incrementar la resiliencia del bioma ante los efectos del cambio climático. 

30 Mar 2015 | News story

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