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IUCN Celebrates Earth Day's 40th Anniversary


22 Apr 2010 | News story

Kadavu Waterfall. Water resources need careful management and monitoring in view of population growth and rapid development on the island

Fijian communities discuss future water resources

Successes achieved from Fiji’s Locally Managed Marine Areas (LMMA) were the backdrop of IUCN’s latest Water and Nature Initiative (WANI) workshop in Kadavu, Fiji 15-16 April. This community-based work successfully achieved the rehabilitation and protection of local Marine Protected Areas and coastal zones. …  

22 Apr 2010 | News story

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Ateliers régionaux ASDI : le Coup d’envoi

Les ateliers régionaux de lancement de l’initiative ASDI et de formation sur l’utilisation de l’outil CRiSTAL se sont tenus  du  30 mars au 2 avril 2010, et du 14 au 17 avril 2010, respectivement à Tenkodogo (région du centre Est) et à Koudougou (région du Centre-Ouest).

22 Apr 2010 | News story
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Training in environmental civil journalism/Abastumani, Georgia

IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) is planning to conduct the TRAINING IN ENVIRONMENTAL CIVIL JOURNALISM in the framework of ENPI FLEG Program, to be held on May 14-17 in Abastumani (Georgia).   …  

22 Apr 2010 | News story

Plan Especies Migratorias y Experiencias Adaptación al Cambio Climático

WWF-Colombia lanza dos nuevas publicaciones

Un diagnóstico para el manejo sostenible de especies migratorias y una recopilación de experiencias sobre adaptación al cambio climático están disponibles en el sitio web de la organización. …  

22 Apr 2010 | News story

White Volta Tributary, Burkina Ghana border

Debating Strategies for Reducing Poverty in Transboundary River Basins

More than 50 water management policy specialists and practitioners met in Nairobi on April 15-16 to ask how people living in poverty can be helped by coordinating the management of water across international borders. …  

19 Apr 2010 | News story

Pueblo Saramacca, Surinam, 2010

Supporting the planning and development of the Saramaccas’ forest territory

IUCN was invited to support Saramacca peoples through the facilitation of a training process that enabled them to identify different options for managing their territory and conserving biodiversity. …  

16 Apr 2010 | News story
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The Drina River (BiH/Serbia)

Dinaric Arc Initiative to boost transboundary cooperation in the Western Balkans

Transboundary cooperation is instrumental for the conservation of natural assets and for improved regional cooperation in the Western Balkans. This is one of the key conclusions of a stakeholder meeting organized in Tara National Park (Serbia) under the auspice of the IUCN-led project Environment for People in the Dinaric Arc. …  

16 Apr 2010 | News story
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Transat support for sustainable tourism projects run by not-for-profit organizations

Transat A.T. Inc., one of the world’s largest integrated tourism companies, is seeking to support sustainable tourism projects proposed by not-for-profit organizations in its major destination countries. Projects selected by Transat are eligible for financial support of as much as CDN$50,000 or 35,000 € each. With this initiative, Transat wants to support communities that care about preserving and enhancing their natural and cultural heritage through a sustainable tourism approach. …  

13 Apr 2010 | News story

Remote and marginalized cultures that have survived in balance with nature for thousands of years will simply disappear if climate change is allowed to go unchecked much longer.

Traditional knowledge key to conserving biodiversity

Climate change, unsustainable development and biodiversity loss are mounting threats to life on earth and human societies. Throughout the ages, local communities have developed knowledge and tools for survival and adaptation to their environment. But as indigenous cultures, local languages and practices are eroded, so is our civilization’s resilience to new environmental challenges. …  

12 Apr 2010 | News story

This image shows the courtship behavior of Indian Bull frogs (Holobatrachus tigerinus). During the monsoon, the breeding males become bright yellow in color, while females remain dull. The prominent blue vocal sacs of male produce strong nasal mating call.
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