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Des lignes directrices consensuelles pour le grand corridor de connectivité écologique « Montagnes du nord du Portugal – Monts Cantabriques – Pyrénées – Massif central – Alpes Occidentales »

Des autorités locales et des administrations publiques d’Espagne, du Portugal et de France ont défini des lignes d’action pour conserver la fonctionnalité des écosystèmes et des paysages de montagne depuis le nord du Portugal jusqu’aux Alpes. …   | Spanish

27 Feb 2014 | News story

Mr Kostis GRIMANIS, MEDASSET Director, during his presentation.

Conservation of Bardawil Wetland and sea turtles in Egypt

Stakeholders met in Cairo to discuss sea turtle mortality and conservation problems in Bardawil lagoon. The Mediterranean semi-enclosed coastal water body in North Sinai is listed among the Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance. …  

27 Feb 2014 | News story

Example of a meeting with a participatory approach.

Stakeholder Participation Toolkit for Identification, Designation and Management of Marine Protected Areas

The Regional Activity Center for Specially Protected Areas (RAC/SPA) signed in 2012 a Memorandum of Understanding with the Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN-Med) for the “Assessment and support to Adriatic countries’ priority needs for legal, policy and institutional reforms to strengthen the creation processes and the management of marine protected areas (MPA)”. One of the first outcomes of this collaboration has been the “Stakeholder Participation Toolkit for Identification, Designation and Management of Marine Protected Areas”. …  

25 Feb 2014 | News story

Pêcheur dans le Parc national de l'Ichkeul (Tunesie)

La célébration des zones humides 2014 en Tunisie, élan pour la concertation de la conservation y valorisation de la biodiversité

La 17ème édition de la Journée Mondiale des Zones Humides 2014 (JMZH), célébrée le 2 de février chaque année, a donné lieu à un édifiant exercice de concertation nationale et internationale dans le domaine de la conservation et valorisation des zones humides et aires protégées. …  

21 Feb 2014 | News story

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National Parks of Montenegro, new IUCN member

The Public Enterprise for National Parks of Montenegro became a member of IUCN, following the decision of IUCN Council in November 2013. IUCN extends a very warm welcome to its new member and looks forward to strengthened cooperation in Montenegro. …  

13 Feb 2014 | News story
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Malayan Pangolin (Manis javanica) 2008 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species status: Endangered

United for Wildlife commits to tackle the illegal wildlife trade

The Duke of Cambridge today joined the United for Wildlife organisations, including IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), at a symposium hosted by the Zoological Society of London to discuss the coordinated international effort that is required to combat the illegal wildlife trade. …  

12 Feb 2014 | News story

Natural Park Cabo de Gata - Níjar (Almería)

How to increase the protection in Mediterranean waters

Montenegro has recently hosted the General Fishery Commission for the Mediterranean and Black Seas (GFCM) meeting and its Scientific Advisory Committee celebrated on 3-5 February 2014 in the Adriatic city of Bar. This kind of meeting was divided in sub-committees devoted to several thematic issues such as marine protected areas (MPA), environment and ecosystems, stock assessment and economic and social sciences.  …  

06 Feb 2014 | News story

Global Freshwater Biodiversity Atlas

Launch of the first online Global Freshwater Biodiversity Atlas

A new online Atlas of freshwater biodiversity presenting spatial information and species distribution patterns will be launched today at the landmark Water Lives symposium, bringing together European Union policy makers and freshwater scientists. Freshwaters are incredibly diverse habitats; they cover less than 1% of the Earth’s surface yet are home to 35% of all vertebrate species. Sadly, freshwater life is declining at an alarming rate, faster than any other component of global biodiversity. …  

29 Jan 2014 | News story

Members of the National Association for Protection of Nature in Tobruk

Supporting Libya nature conservation

Libya remains as one of the most biologically diverse countries in the Mediterranean, but at the same time preserving its fragile environment from Sahara expanses and climate change is challenging. The IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation has recently made a mission in Libya to promote two projects: the first one is about Small Initiatives for Civil Society Organizations in North Africa (PPI-OSCAN, its acronym in French) funded by the French Global Environment Facility (FGEF) and the MAVA Foundation, the second project is about “Promoting the value of key biodiversity areas in North Africa through the involvement of civil society in their conservation and management” supported by the critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF). …  

29 Jan 2014 | News story

Participants à l’atelier de démarrage du projet UICN-Med/CEPF en Algérie

Lancement du projet sur la valorisation des zones clés pour la biodiversité en Afrique du Nord

Les 21 et 22 janvier dernier a eu lieu en Algérie l’atelier de lancement du projet UICN-Med/CEPF intitulé « Promotion de la valeur de la zone clé pour la biodiversité du Parc National du Djurdjura à travers l’implication des organisations de la société civile dans sa conservation et sa gestion ». Cet atelier a été co-organisé par la Direction Générale des Forêts (DGF), la Direction Générale de la Faune et de la Flore (DGFF) et le Parc National de Djurdjura en Algérie, et a vu la participation de 46 délégués représentants des institutions publiques, des organisations de la société civile ainsi que des universités et instituts de recherche. …  

27 Jan 2014 | News story