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Some of the officials from Molopo-Nossob river basin

Three riparian states agree on the management approaches for Molopo-Nossob river basin

 Officials from Botswana, Namibia and South Africa met in Pretoria, South Africa this week to agree on first steps towards the sustainable land management of the Molopo-Nossob river basin.  The meeting focused on the implementation arrangements for the Kalahari –Namib project being implemented by IUCN in collaboration with the three countries and with support from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) through the Global Environment Facility (GEF).  

25 Mar 2011 | News story
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76ª reunión del Consejo de la UICN

La 76ª reunión del Consejo de la UICN se celebrará del 22 al 25 de mayo de 2011 en Gland, Suiza. …   | English | French

24 Mar 2011 | News story

A nomad family in Qinghai, China

Call for Small Grant Award on Gender, Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security

CGIAR has launched a new program on Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS). CCAFS’ overall goal is to overcome the additional threats posed by a changing climate to achieving food security, enhancing livelihoods and improving environmental management. …  

24 Mar 2011 | Article
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IUCN Director General Julia Marton-Lefèvre 'unplugs' for Earth Hour

Message from IUCN's Director General for Earth Hour – 8:30pm, 26 March

A message from IUCN Director General, Julia Marton-Lefèvre for Earth Hour – 8:30pm, Saturday 26 March. …  

24 Mar 2011 | IUCN statement

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ReSource Awards for Sustainable Watershed Management

The International ReSource Award for Sustainable Watershed Management is an internationally recognised prize acknowledging leadership in the implementation of the principles of sustainability in watershed management. Julia Marton-Lefèvre, IUCN Director General, is a patron of the ReSource Awards. …  

23 Mar 2011 | Event

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Espacios litorales urbanos en Málaga y Norte de Marruecos

Los días 31 de marzo y 1 de abril se celebrarán las Jornadas de intercambio de experiencias para la gestión sostenible de espacios litorales urbanos en Málaga y ciudades del norte de Marruecos, organizada por la Oficina de Medio Ambiente Urbano del Ayuntamiento de Málaga y el Aula del Mar, miembros de UICN. …  

23 Mar 2011 | Event

Child bathing in Jordan

Día Mundial del Agua: ciudades sedientas

Hacer frente a la creciente necesidad de agua en las ciudades es uno de los retos más apremiantes de este siglo. La mitad de la población mundial vive en entornos urbanos y se estima que dentro de dos décadas la cifra aumentará a casi el 60% de la población, es decir 5 mil millones de personas. Esto significa que se necesitará una enorme cantidad de agua para el consumo humano, el saneamiento, la industria y la producción de alimentos. Sólo garantizando el acceso a los suministros de agua potable podrán las ciudades del futuro ser verdaderamente sostenibles. …   | English | French

22 Mar 2011 | News story

Nothern Bald Ibises at their wintering grounds on the Ethiopian highlands in November 2011

Hopes to save the most threatened bird in the Middle East

The Northern Bald Ibis Geronticus eremita is listed on the IUCN Red List as a “Critically Endangered” species on a global scale. It was rediscovered on a remote cliff of the Syrian desert in April 2002, following clues from local hunters and Bedouin nomads, in the framework of a UN/DGCS (Italian Development Cooperation) general fauna survey of the area. It suddenly became the rarest and most threatened bird in the Middle East! …  

22 Mar 2011 | News story
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Conserving water in cities: special series - the three paradoxes of water and how to solve them

To mark World Water Day with its theme ‘Water for Cities,’ we’re featuring a four-part series of provocative articles by James G. Workman, a writer who has worked with IUCN for a decade. Author of Heart of Dryness: How the Last Bushmen Can Help Us Endure the Coming Age of Permanent Drought, he is translating the proven system that has sustained indigenous people of the Kalahari Desert into an online, utility-based system that could unleash a widespread, egalitarian race to conserve water and energy in cities worldwide. …  

22 Mar 2011 | News story
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World Water Day, 22 March 2011: "Water for Cities - Responding to the urban challenge"

Día Mundial del Agua: ciudades sedientas

Hacer frente a la creciente necesidad de agua en las ciudades es uno de los retos más apremiantes de este siglo. La mitad de la población mundial vive en entornos urbanos y se estima que dentro de dos décadas la cifra aumentará a casi el 60% de la población, es decir 5 mil millones de personas. …   | English | French

22 Mar 2011 | News story