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La ballena jorobada en camino a la recuperación, según la Lista Roja de la UICN

Algunas especies de grandes cetáceos, como la ballena jorobada, se hallan ahora menos amenazadas de extinción, según la actualización reciente de la Lista Roja de Cetáceos de la UICN 2008. En cambio, la situación empeora para la mayoría de los pequeños cetáceos costeros y de agua dulce, cada vez más cercanos a la extinción. …   | English | French

12 Aug 2008 | International news release

Logo of 2008 Reuters IUCN Media Awards

Se anuncian los ganadores regionales de los Premios Reuters-UICN al periodismo ambiental

La Fundación Reuters y la UICN anunciaron hoy los ganadores regionales de los Premios a la excelencia en la información sobre el medio ambiente correspondientes a 2008, quienes a su vez compiten por el premio mundial de 5.000 dólares. …   | English | French

07 Aug 2008 | International news release

Javan Gibbon, Hylobates moloch, Endangered, Indonesia.

La amenaza de extinción crece para la especie más cercana al hombre

La especie más cercana a los seres humanos-los monos, simios y otros primates-están desapareciendo de la faz de la tierra, algunos de ellos en grave proceso de extinción. …   | English | French | Chinese

03 Aug 2008 | International news release

Sea urchin in sea grass

Las praderas marinas “hacen agua”

Las praderas marinas son esenciales para especies comerciales como las gambas …   | English

25 Jul 2008 | International news release

Conference: "The European Union and its Overseas Entities: Strategies to counter Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss" (Reunion Island, 7-11 July 2008)

28 EU overseas entities join forces for the first time to counter climate change - IUCN

For the first time the EU’s overseas entities have come together at a meeting in Reunion Island, calling for action on climate change impacts to help preserve nature, says IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) at the Reunion Conference on Climate Change and Biodiversity in EU Overseas Entities (7-11 July). …  

11 Jul 2008 | International news release

Coral Reef, Bali, Indonesia

One Third of Reef-Building Corals Face Extinction

One third of reef-building corals around the world are threatened with extinction, according to the first-ever comprehensive global assessment to determine their conservation status. The study findings were published today by Science Express. …  

10 Jul 2008 | International news release

Clown fish in Moorea, French Polynesia

Small Island States call for greater regional cooperation – IUCN

A new report from IUCN shows that Small Island Developing States (SIDS) want to see better regional cooperation in the fight to counter the impacts of climate change. …  

10 Jul 2008 | International news release

The Lagoons of New Caledonia, France

Eight new natural wonders for the World Heritage List

Eight new natural sites have been added to the World Heritage List, following IUCN’s recommendations.The new sites include the Socotra Archipelago in Yemen, Canada’s Joggins Fossil Cliffs, the French Lagoons of New Caledonia, Saryarka in Northern Kazakhstan, Mount Sanqingshan National Park in China, Surtsey in Iceland, the Swiss Tectonic Arena Sardona, and the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Mexico.
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08 Jul 2008 | International news release

Conference: "The European Union and its Overseas Entities: Strategies to counter Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss" (Reunion Island, 7-11 July 2008)

EU overseas entities in deep water – IUCN and ONERC

The European Union’s overseas entities are especially vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. But a new report from IUCN and the French Observatory for the Impacts of Global Warming (ONERC) shows for the first time that their weakness in the face of climate change could work to their advantage, if the EU is ready to invest. …  

07 Jul 2008 | International news release

Western Caucasus World Heritage Site

Gold medal for a Green decision

IUCN commends Russian Prime Minister and Russia’s Olympic Organizing Committee for its decision to move parts of competition venues …  

05 Jul 2008 | International news release