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Water briefing : Investir dans les écosystèmes naturels pour garantir le développement durable

Investir dans les écosystèmes naturels pour garantir le développement durable

Le « Partenariat pour la gouvernance environnementale en Afrique de l’Ouest (PAGE) » a élaboré une note de politique sur la nécessité d’investir dans la conservation des écosystèmes naturels et de leur considération comme des « infrastructures naturelles » indispensables pour un développement durable. …  

23 Dec 2014 | News story

Delta du Niger

Le Conseil des Ministres de l’Autorité du Bassin du Niger adopte une résolution relative à la protection des écosystèmes

La 33ème session du Conseil des Ministres de l’ABN a statué et adopté la résolution proposée par l’UICN relative à la protection des écosystèmes, pour l’élaboration d’un Plan de développement des zones humides du bassin du Niger en rapport avec l’UICN et en collaboration avec le Secrétariat de la Convention de Ramsar. …  

23 Dec 2014 | News story

Logo GWII

New website for Global Water Initiative in West Africa

A new website for GWI West Africa was launched providing a platform for information on large dams, irrigated agriculture, land tenure and family farming in the region. …  

23 Dec 2014 | News story

Youth programme

Empowering youth with Ecosystem knowledge: Investing in Future

 Youth and the next generations are the owners and beneficiaries of the present day environment conservation. Environmental and ecological problems are emerging as a major challenge in Sri Lanka and expected to get further complicated by the climate change.
 

23 Dec 2014 | News story

The launch of “The Festschrift on the 50th Anniversary of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species”

IUCN Bangladesh celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Red List

The magical world of deep sea creatures, the majestic flight of falcon and recent tragic oil spill in the Sundarban captured the imagination of children yesterday as they celebrated the 50th anniversary of the IUCN Red List. The day was an opportunity for people in Bangladesh and also around the globe to celebrate the natural beauty of our planet and to reflect on the essential role biodiversity plays in our lives. …  

22 Dec 2014 | Article

Participantes taller conservación y sector privado, Cono Sur, 2014.

Integrando la conservación de la biodiversidad en la toma de decisiones del sector privado empresarial

¿Cómo se deben relacionar las organizaciones del sector civil con el sector empresarial? ¿Bajo qué objetivos ambientales comunes? ¿Existen metodologías al respecto?   …  

22 Dec 2014 | News story

Science Festival

Let’s save amazing species

This year, the 50th anniversary of the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species is celebrated worldwide. Joining in, the IUCN Programme Office for South-Eastern Europe partnered with its two members in Serbia, the Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia and Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province setting up an exhibition “Let’s save amazing species”.   …  

22 Dec 2014 | News story

Shouf Biosphere Reserve (Lebanon) – Biodiversity in Autumn

A Mediterranean wish for 2015

From everyone in the IUCN Mediterranean Office, we wish to express our thanks to everyone, Members, donors, supporters, partners, and friends, who has been involved in what has been a truly fruitful year. 

22 Dec 2014 | News story

Community mapping in the village of Phonmouang, a key village adjacent to Phou Sithon, Borlikhamxay Province in  Lao PDR in 2014

Inspiring conservation of Saola and other endemic species in Lao PDR

The Saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensisis) is probably the most endangered large mammal in the Indo-Burma region. For success in Saola conservation, immediate site-based actions are required to prevent rapid extinction, as well as longer-term initiatives to ensure the species’ survival in perpetuity. Seeking to meet these goals, this project is being implemented by King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) in the newly-designated Phou Sithon Endangered Species Conservation Area, Bolikhamxay Province, Lao PDR (one of the only protected areas in the Key Biodiversity Area "Eastern Bolikhamxay Mountains", covering 14,200 ha of evergreen forest), with funding from a Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)/IUCN small grant.  …  

22 Dec 2014 | Article

IUCN conducting water analysis with Kok Klang villagers

Improved Water Management for Climate Change Adaptation

According to the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Mekong Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change (USAID Mekong ARCC) Impact and Adaptation Study for the Lower Mekong Basin, Kok Klang Village, Sakon Nakhon in Northeastern Thailand is projected to experience an increase in annual rainfall of about 13 percent. However, Kok Klang also faces greater variability in rainfall and dryer dry seasons. The community is already experiencing water shortages during several months of the year. Under USAID Mekong ARCC, IUCN is working with Kok Klang villagers to improve their water management practices and increase their resilience in the face of future changes. …  

21 Dec 2014 | Article

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