Donateurs & Partenaires

L’UICN, le plus grand réseau de professionnels de la conservation au monde, compte plus de 1.200 organisations membres dans 160 pays, dont 200 gouvernements et plus de 900 organisations non gouvernementales. C'est à travers ce vaste réseau de connaissances, d'actions, d’autonomisation et d'influence que l'UICN est devenue la principale autorité en matière d'environnement et de développement durable.

La philosophie d’union et de coordination propres à l’UICN se retrouvent dans ses relations avec ses donateurs et partenaires, qui soutiennent ses activités et son Programme en le finançant ou en mettant à disposition connaissances et expertise.
Notre travail est rendu possible grâce aux généreuses contributions d'un nombre croissant de donateurs et partenaires, y compris gouvernements, institutions multilatérales, organisations intergouvernementales et non gouvernementales, conventions internationales, fondations, entreprises et particuliers.
 

Actualités


The Tamis River Valley, Serbia

Addressing the economic invisibility of nature is urgent, says IUCN Director General

Speaking at the Stockholm Natural Capital Solutions Summit, held 19-20 May, IUCN Director General Inger Andersen highlighted the fact that despite nature providing some US$ 72 trillion a year of ‘free’ support to the global economy - and accounting for close to one-third of the wealth in low income countries - it continues to be invisible in our economic systems. …  

22 May 2015 | Article

His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge and IUCN Director General Inger Andersen

His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge leads wildlife talks at IUCN

IUCN was deeply honoured to host His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge as he convened a meeting of United for Wildlife (UfW) at IUCN headquarters in Gland, Switzerland, on Monday 18 May to discuss global cooperation in tackling the illegal wildlife trade. United for Wildlife is a collaboration led by the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, in conjunction with seven partner conservation organisations, including IUCN, all joining forces to tackle wildlife crime. …  

22 May 2015 | News story

IUCN at 3GF meeting in Nairobi

Greening Africa’s growth corridors could contribute to global Sustainable Development Goals, says IUCN

Nairobi, Kenya – Building inclusive, resilient, green growth corridors is one way African countries can ensure their ambitious economic agendas support the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), said IUCN at the Global Green Growth Forum (3GF) regional meeting held here 13-14 May.  

18 May 2015 | News story

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