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Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 16 June 2013 (IUCN) – UNESCO’s annual World Heritage meeting, which starts today in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, will see a total of 34 natural and cultural areas considered for World Heritage status. The World Heritage Committee will also review the state of existing World Heritage sites, including some that could be placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger. The ever-increasing number of iconic areas facing threats to their unique status puts the credibility of the World Heritage Convention at stake, according to IUCN. … | French | Spanish
16 Jun 2013 | IUCN statement
Yesterday IUCN signed a new partnership agreement with France, which aims to support the Union's global biodiversity conservation work, focusing on sub-Saharan Africa, oceans and global governance of natural resources. … | French
13 Jun 2013 | News story
With US$ 600,000 in new funding from the German government, the joint dialogue series will expand to bring together international experts over the next three years to tackle the issue of ensuring REDD+ benefits reach the rural poor. …
07 Jun 2013 | News story