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Forest Landscape Restoration and Sustainable Forest Management Workshop (Beijing, China)

Linking Forest Landscape Restoration with Sustainable Forest Management

In April 27-28, 2011, IUCN China held a a workshop on Forest Landscape Restoration and Sustainable Forest Management was held in Beijing. The event was jointly organized with the State Forestry Administration, Beijing Municipal Bureau of Parks and Forestry, IUCN and Beijing Forest Society.   …   | Chinese

06 May 2011 | Article

SANBI’s Tanya Abrahamse and BotSoc’s  Zaitoon Rabaney exchanging copies of the agreement

Botanical giants pool efforts for species conservation in South Africa

Two IUCN members signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate on various aspects of conservation. The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and the Botanical Society of South Africa (BotSoc) have agreed to strengthen their historical link and demonstrate a true model for effective cooperation and a mutually beneficial relationship between a public entity and civil society.  …  

06 May 2011 | News story
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Post tropical storm Stan, Mexico

Dealing with disasters...naturally

IUCN calls for effective management of the natural environment to strengthen the resilience of communities to cope with disasters. The devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan shows the catastrophic impact that the sheer force of nature can have on communities, no matter how prepared a country is. …  

06 May 2011 | News story

European Green Belt

The European Green Belt: always in the focus

The general interest in the European Green Belt initiative is constant: the latest issue of “Dispatches” published within Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, a journal of the Ecological Society of America, features an article on the European Green Belt initiative. …  

05 May 2011 | News story

EUROPARC Federation

EUROPARC annual conference: Quality Counts – Benefits for Nature and People

IUCN Member, EUROPARC, will hold its annual conference “Quality Counts – Benefits for Nature and People” from 21st – 25th September in the Swabian Alb Biosphere Reserve in Southern Germany. Registration opened on the 2nd May. …  

05 May 2011 | News story

World Environment Day

Green bloggers: win a trip to India to cover World Environment Day 2011, on June 5!

How would you like to win a trip to India to do something you already love doing – blogging!? Here’s a chance to flex your writing skills and to be a part of the World Environment Day global movement.
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05 May 2011 | News story

Richard Aishton

"We do exactly what we say’ - Interview with Richard Aishton

Richard Aishton, ENPI FLEG Program Coordinator at IUCN Europe, was recently interviewed by the ENPI Info centre, as part of their series on "The People Behind the Projects". Richard explained that the Program is trying to promote sustainable forest management and good consistent transparent governance of forest resources in 6 eastern European Neighbourhood Countries and Russia. "Its a long road and we know we will not achieve it in our lifetimes but it’s important to start out and move towards that goal." …  

05 May 2011 | News story

The Nagoya protocol ensures fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the utilization of genetic resources

Seychelles signs Nagoya Protocol – a first for the IUCN ESARO region

 On the 21st April Seychelles became the first country in the Eastern and Southern African Region of IUCN to sign the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization. …  

05 May 2011 | News story
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B@B

Business Partnerships Key for Biodiversity

The EU Business @ Biodiversity Platform has been recognised in the recently adopted EU Biodiversity Strategy as a key partnership which will support its implementation: “The Commission will further develop the Platform and encourage greater cooperation between businesses in Europe, including SMEs, and links to national and global initiatives”.  The Platform is led by IUCN Europe. …  

05 May 2011 | News story

Nadine McCormick

100% renewable energy – at what cost to the marine environment?

By Nadine McCormick, IUCN’s Energy Network Coordinator.

Transforming the world’s energy systems is essential to achieving a sustainable global economy. The marine environment offers a bounty of renewable energy options but what do the scenarios look like in reality? …  

05 May 2011 | Article
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