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Electronic vote on a revised motions process - Results published

IUCN’s first electronic vote by its Members came to a close on Monday 27 April, 2015. …   | French | Spanish

05 May 2015 | Article

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COQENPATE teams up with IUCN’s SOS to offer fun kidswear with a cause.

Now by buying official COQENPATE children’s wear, shoppers can directly and easily help protect wildlife from extinction. A percentage of sales will go directly to SOS which currently supports 87 projects worldwide protecting more than 230 species of plants and animals threatened with imminent extinction. The clothes will hit the shops in July 2015 across Europe and North America. …  

04 May 2015 | News story

Coqenpâte-sos partenariat trousse giraffe

Tout le monde met la main à la pâte pour protéger la vie sauvage

Désormais, en achetant des vêtements et des accessoires COQENPATE, les consommateurs contribuent également à protéger les animaux et les plantes menacées d’extinction. Un pourcentage des ventes sera versé directement à SOS qui soutient actuellement 87 projets partout dans le monde. …  

04 May 2015 | News story

Luvuyo Mandela

Mandela inspires a new generation

As one of the 'Champions' of the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 (WPC) and the great-grandson of Nelson Mandela, we catch up with Luvuyo Mandela about protected areas, youth empowerment and his plans to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro.  …  

30 Apr 2015 | Article
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