Story | 22 Sep, 2022
A newly released peer-reviewed paper in Frontiers in Marine Science emphasises that establishing measures to address the global decline in Chondrichthyes (sharks, rays, and chimaeras [ghost sharks], hereafter ‘sharks’) is more urgent than ever.
Blog | 31 Aug, 2022
The UN's 5th session of the Intergovernmental Conference on conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity beyond areas of national jurisdiction (also known as the High Seas Treaty) concluded in New York last week. While it did not result in the adoption of a treaty, the…
Story | 24 Mar, 2020
Mr. Abd-Alhadi reports on the two outstanding professionals who won the Commission on Education and Communication Excellence Award in West Asia
Story | 24 Mar, 2020
The jury decided to recognize two winners for their outstanding work done in the Communication and Education of Conservation. Ehab Khalil Eid is one of the proud winners. In this article he talks about his career, expertise and the work he has carried out over different Commissions of IUCN.
Story | 23 Mar, 2020
In the West Asia region the jury decided to award two winners for their outstanding work completed in Communication and Education of Conservation. Aishah Abdallah is one of the proud winners. In this article she tells us what her main…
Story | 10 Jan, 2019
Local people in Yemen’s Socotra Archipelago, a natural World Heritage with unique species and stunning landscapes, welcomed the idea of reconnecting with nature as relevant to their traditional ways of life, during a discussion with IUCN’s Commission on Education and…
Story | 13 Jun, 2018
Aleksey Zavarzin IUCN CEC Regional Vice Chair for Eastern Europe and Central Asia meets CEC members from Iran
Story | 01 Feb, 2016
Each year, 2 February marks World Wetlands Day, to celebrate our planet’s wetlands but also to draw attention to the challenges that their degradation brings.
Story | 20 Jan, 2016
A new IUCN-backed report released yesterday identifies three new investment structures that could help catalyse finance to meet the world’s pressing environmental challenges and sustainable growth goals.
Story | 17 Jan, 2016
Exploring how a Net Positive Impact (NPI) approach on biodiversity can enable the private sector to better manage biodiversity and contribute to global conservation is the focus of two new papers released today under the auspices of the NPI Alliance.