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IUCN World Heritage Panel, December 2014

IUCN World Heritage Panel meets to discuss proposed new listings for 2015

The IUCN World Heritage Panel met in December to examine the nominations submitted for possible World Heritage listing in 2015. The UNESCO World Heritage Committee will convene in June and IUCN will provide its recommendations on natural sites.  …  

19 Jan 2015 | News story

Closing ceremony - IUCN World Parks Congress 2014

A promise made for the future of World Heritage

The aspirations for World Heritage laid out in the World Parks Congress’s ‘Promise of Sydney’ place World Heritage sites as crucial drivers of change, and models of excellence to show how protected areas can succeed as inspiring solutions for nature and people. …  

19 Jan 2015 | Article

Blue Solutions presentation at the Ocean+ pavilion during IUCN World Parks Congress 2014

Blue Solutions at the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014

Marine issues featured prominently at the IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney, with a strong push particularly for increase of no-take marine protected areas. Blue Solutions - inspiring approaches in marine and coastal resource management from around the world - were presented in a number of sessions, co-organized by Blue Solutions project partners GIZ and IUCN. …  

16 Jan 2015 | Article

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