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Atlas Boumalne du Dades (Morocco) 
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Adapter l'agriculture au changement climatique au Maghreb

Le Centre de Coopération pour la Méditerranée de l’UICN a été invité à participer au séminaire «Adaptation de l’Agriculture et des Grandes Cultures aux Changements Climatiques » organisé par l’Union du Maghreb Arabe (UMA) en collaboration avec la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD), le 19-20 Novembre 2013 à Casablanca (Maroc). …  

28 Nov 2013 | News story

Portrait of penguin, South Africa

L’UICN accueille 52 nouveaux Membres

Le 27 novembre 2013, le Conseil de l’UICN, lors de sa 82e réunion a admis 52 nouveaux Membres. …   | English | Spanish

28 Nov 2013 | News story

N. Buxa

Enabling the wise use of wetlands through integrated wetland management

An innovative action planning toolkit on wetland conservation and management is now available online. Funded by the European Commission, as part of the HighARCS project, the Wetland Resources Action Planning (WRAP) Toolkit offers researchers, technical planners and policy-makers a systematic approach to conserving and sustainably managing aquatic ecosystems and biodiversity at any site scale. The toolkit provides a suite of methods and practices, together with insights from lessons learned. …  

19 Nov 2013 | News story

Gazella de Cuvier

Préparation d’une Stratégie de conservation pour la gazelle de Cuvier au Maghreb

La gazelle de Cuvier, originaire d'Afrique du Nord, est une espèce endémique de la région de l'Atlas (Maroc, Algérie, Tunisie). Le braconnage et la dégradation des habitats qu’elle occupe ont conduit à des populations considérablement fragmentées.  …  

19 Nov 2013 | News story

Beluga

IUCN steps up the pace on investigating climate change impacts on wildlife

At a time when global climate change is among the most important of issues for humankind to address, there remains significant uncertainty about how changes in the climate system will impact upon the world’s species and ecosystems, not to mention how societies and decision-makers might go about reducing these impacts. In response to this, the IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) has recently formed a new group of international experts who will focus on topics surrounding climate change impacts on biodiversity. …  

18 Nov 2013 | News story

WPC Logo square

Registration now open for the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014

Registration is now open for the IUCN World Parks Congress (WPC), the landmark global forum on protected areas held every 10 years. The event takes place in Sydney, Australia 12-19 November 2014, with the theme 'Parks, people, planet: inspiring solutions' designed to help deliver IUCN’s three priority areas of IUCN's work programme. …  

14 Nov 2013 | News story

Green light = Go

IPBES preparing to give the green light

"The remarkable speed of IPBES work is the result of a momentum that took long time to create. Many countries have pledged resources, the major scientific networks have offered collaboration, and much of the academic community has welcomed the new process. The landscape is therefore very favourable for IPBES, which now needs to demonstrate its ability to achieve quick results," writes Pierre Commenville of IUCN in the journal Environmental Policy and Law. 

13 Nov 2013 | News story

posidonia seagrass

Marine protected areas: Sharing the Mediterranean experience

In recent years we have witnessed the growing importance of marine issues, both in the scientific and political field but at the same time, the effects of overfishing, pollution and especially acidification of the oceans are becoming more and more worrisome. …  

11 Nov 2013 | News story
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Ocean, our planet's 'blue heart'

No time to lose for our planet’s “blue heart”

A strong commitment to conserve and sustainably manage the ocean, including areas beyond national jurisdiction, was among the outcomes of the 3rd International Marine Protected Areas Congress, whose ministerial segment closed yesterday in Ajaccio, Corsica. …  

28 Oct 2013 | News story

Professeur Ali el Hili

Hommage au Professeur Ali Hili

Le Professeur El Hili, fut un des membres fondateurs de l’association « Les Amis des Oiseaux », (Membre de UICN depuis 1996) et assuma pendant presque trois décennies le poste de président. Fervent militant écologiste, il s'est battu toute sa vie pour la sauvegarde de la faune sauvage et a été à l’origine de la désignation de plusieurs aires protégées en Tunisie.  …  

28 Oct 2013 | News story
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