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Here you can find audio reports produced by IUCN. Each month, we bring you the latest news and features from the world of conservation. IUCN's audios profile conservation projects on the ground, while looking into the human stories behind the headlines.
IUCN Oceania co-sponsored with the Fiji Ministry of Environment, the first Fiji National Faith Based Organisations Environment Stewardship Summit held from 2 – 4 April. Attending the Summit, Taholo Kami Regional Director of IUCN Oceania emphasized that churches could play a more effective role in taking care of nature. …
02 Apr 2013 | Audio
28 Mar 2013 | Audio
IUCN Oceania was part of a high level symposium on extractive industries, hosted by UNDP in Nadi, Fiji last week, and emphasized the need for governments and the mining sector to take extra-ordinary measures to rebalance the environment and social sectors and deliver long term sustainable development. …
25 Mar 2013 | Audio
The 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress has provided a forum for all sectors of society, including industry to discuss critical issues concerning the conservation and sustainable use of nature. Nautilus Minerals, the first company in the world to be granted a deep-sea mining license, is here at the Congress to share their work and plans. …
09 Sep 2012 | Audio
Changing climate and declining biodiversity pushes the limits of food supply and at the broader level of human security. In light of this and with the prediction that human population will increase to 9 billion by 2050, the issue of food supply is a hotly-debated topic and the focus of the second World Leaders Dialogue convened today at the 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress. … | French | Spanish
IUCN spoke to Lori Anna Conzo of the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank Group, who took part in the dialogue 'Scaling up and spreading best policy practice for business solutions' here at the Congress. She tells us about the Performance Standards the IFC has developed to help companies in all sectors address biodiversity concerns. …
08 Sep 2012 | Audio
Come 2013 the government of Japan will establish a new national park along areas heavily affected by the 2011 tsunami; a bold pursuit to invest in natural barriers against future natural hazards. This and more are the lessons and steps the government of Japan and its partners are sharing at the 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress. … | French | Spanish