Boat cruises in Ha Long Bay

IUCN has a long history in Viet Nam since it supported the government in the preparation of the first National Conservation Strategy in 1984. Since then, IUCN has made significant contributions to biodiversity conservation and environmental protection, particularly through the development of laws and policies.

IUCN Viet Nam focuses its work on the following thematic programmes: Business and Biodiversity, Forest ConservationProtected Area and World Heritage, Marine and Coastal Ecosystems, Water and Wetlands and Environmental Governance.

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A group activity during the training course

Promoting Sustainable Fisheries in MPAs: Planning Skills Built for Stakeholders

A training course on sustainable fisheries planning to support Marine Protected Area (MPA) stakeholders was co-sponsored by IUCN Viet Nam in mid-April 2008 in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province, where Con Chim Mangrove Reserve and many local fishing communities are located. …   | Vietnamese

07 May 2008 | News story

4th WCC

Agenda and Documentation for the IUCN World Conservation Congress now available

As of today all the information and documents on which Members will vote at the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona (5 to 14 October 2008), including the new IUCN Programme "Shaping a sustainable future", are available online. …  

06 May 2008 | News story

Barcelona Congress

Contribute to IUCN’s policy and programme – submit a motion!

The electronic Motions Management System is now open and all members in good standing are invited to submit draft motions for consideration at the IUCN Members’ Assembly at the World Conservation Congress. Detailed information on how to submit motions is available here.  …   | Spanish

28 Apr 2008 | News story

connect2earth

Ha Noi Connect2Earth Competition

Tell the world you care about our city. …  

24 Apr 2008 | News story

Arlene Amponin presents lessons learned from the Philippines PES case study

IUCN-GEF IW-Learn workshop examines the mechanics of Payments for Ecosystem Services

Are Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) a viable way of financing management of river basins and coastal environments? What steps are needed to develop PES schemes? What experiences and lessons learned have been generated from attempts to develop PES in the real world? These are some of the questions examined at the IUCN-GEF IW-Learn workshop on Designing Payment Schemes for Ecosystem Services held from April 3-5, 2008 in Hanoi, Vietnam. …  

22 Apr 2008 | News story

Mr Luong Quang Huy

Staff News

We are pleased to welcome Mr. Luong Quang Huy to the IUCN family. He has been working with IUCN Viet Nam since mid March as the Climate Change Programme Manager. Huy can be contacted at huy@iucn.org.vn 

25 Mar 2008 | News story

Ashley (third right) explored local situation on Cat Ba island during a field visit

Ashley Brooks: My time at IUCN

In May 2005, I returned to Viet Nam to undertake postgraduate research with the University of Queensland in an area that had been of interest to me for quite some time – the effectiveness of conservation projects on Cat Ba Island . …  

25 Mar 2008 | News story

Asian Wetland Symposium

Asian Wetland Symposium 2008: Showcasing Viet Nam’s Wetlands

From June 22 to 25, 2008 scientists, practitioners, and students will gather in Ha Noi to attend the fourth Asian Wetlands Symposium (AWS). The Ministry of Environment of the Government of Vietnam,  IUCN Viet Nam and The Ramsar Centre, Japan are co-hosting the symposium. …  

25 Mar 2008 | News story

IUCN logo

Now, We are Simply Known as IUCN

As of March 10, 2008, we will be referred to simply as IUCN. If you need to explain, it stands for the International Union for Conservation of Nature. …  

25 Mar 2008 | News story

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