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Reversing PA Downgrading, Downsizing and Degazettement in Queensland

Too often we are hearing news of Protected Area Downgrading, Downsizing and Degazettement (PADDD) events around the world so it is good to see an example of a significant reversal of PADDD that will positively affect the many hundreds of protected areas in Queensland, Australia. …  

19 May 2016 | Article

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Key hotspots of species loss and water risks identified in new transboundary river basins report

On 22 May the global community marked ‘International Biodiversity Day’, celebrating the variety of life on earth. Yet, extinction risks range from moderate to very high in 70% of transboundary river basins, according to a new study: Transboundary River Basins: Status and Trends. Climate change, population growth and geopolitical tensions between states sharing waterways are identified as key causes driving the increased risk of species extinction. …  

18 May 2016 | News story

Members of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Aeas at the Ministry of Environment in Prague, Czech Republic

Common goals for the Czech Republic and the World Commission on Protected Areas

by Michael Hošek, IUCN Council member, WCPA member, and Vice President of the EUROPARC Federation 

18 May 2016 | Article

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