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Bluefin Tuna: Endangered Species

The United States announced last week that it will seek the strongest possible management for the conservation of Atlantic bluefin tuna, sending a clear and definitive statement to the international community that the current status quo is not acceptable. …  

19 Oct 2009 | News story

Raoul du Toit Peter Scott Award

Rhino conservationist honoured

On 19th October, the IUCN Species Survival Commission presented the Sir Peter Scott Award for Conservation Merit to Zimbabwean Raoul du Toit, in recognition of his exceptional efforts and successes in the field of African rhino conservation. …  

19 Oct 2009 | News story

Primary Rainforest in central Reunion island

Forget forests at your peril – IUCN

Economic development and forest loss and degradation do not have to go hand in hand, according to IUCN. …  

19 Oct 2009 | International news release

Children washing hands, Guatemala

IUCN elected to the World Water Council Board of Governors

IUCN has been elected to the Board of Governors of the World Water Council (WWC) during its 5th General Assembly in Marseille, 14-16 October …  

16 Oct 2009 | News story

Cozumel Emerald Hummingbird

Newsletter of the International League of Conservation Photographers

The October 2009 issue of the International League of Conservation Photographers features news of WiLD9 and WiLD SPEAK, action by conservation photographers, the latest "rave", books, competitions and awards. Cristina Mittermeier, iCLP Executive Director, is a member of the IUCN CEC Steering Committee. …  

16 Oct 2009 | News story
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Protected Areas as Solutions for Climate Change

Protected area systems provide powerful tools to combat climate change; with commitment and planning they could do even more in the future. This story is shared with CEC by Nigel Dudley and Trevor Sandwith of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. …  

16 Oct 2009 | News story
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Computer Simulations on Climate Change: Four to Try

We need a way to see the future without waiting for it to arrive. And it turns out that simulation models are very good at helping us do that. Simulations like the four shown here are useful tools for awareness-raising and communications efforts on climate change. From CEC Steering Committee member Dominic Stucker of the Sustainability Institute.
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15 Oct 2009 | News story
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Mekong Floods 2008

Community Resilience: CEC Member Editorial

CEC Steering Committee member Brad Smith and Rebekah Green of Western Washington University offer this guest editorial on climate change and community resilience, from the October 2009 CEC e-newsletter. International organizations such as the IUCN play a crucial role in promoting and supporting community resilience. Especially important is the work of defining and promoting the integration of disaster reduction, ecosystem protection and management, and community livelihood development at the national, regional, and community level. …  

15 Oct 2009 | News story
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Fish and seagrass, Menorca, Spain

Course on Cross Sector Collaboration

Need to know how to get Industry, Government and Community Leaders to work together on a politically difficult problem? A new course offered by CEC member Peter Adler addresses cross sector collaboration. …  

15 Oct 2009 | News story
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