Comunicados de prensa

Asiatic black bear

Biodiversity loss – it will make you sick

A new generation of antibiotics, new treatments for thinning bone disease and kidney failure, and new cancer treatments may all stand to be lost unless the world acts to reverse the present alarming rate of biodiversity loss a new landmark book says. …  

23 Apr 2008 | International news release

Reuters-IUCN Media Awards

Participa en los Premios “Reuters-IUCN” al Periodismo Ambiental 2008

La Fundación Reuters y la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (UICN) anuncian la nueva convocatoria de Premios 2008 a los Medios de Comunicación por la excelencia en la información sobre medio ambiente. …   | English | French

15 Apr 2008 | International news release

Building Biodiversity Business

Conserving biodiversity is a business opportunity, say IUCN and Shell

The business case for conserving nature is strong and getting stronger, according to a new report published today by IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) and Shell International Limited. …  

27 Mar 2008 | International news release

Media Launch for the IUCN Congress in Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona acoge el debate mundial para avanzar hacia un mundo diverso y sostenible

La colaboración entre las administraciones españolas y catalanas con la UICN hace posible la organización del Congreso Mundial de la Naturaleza
El Congreso Mundial de la Naturaleza acogerá más de 8.000 destacadas personalidades del medio ambiente y desarrollo sostenible …   | English

26 Mar 2008 | International news release

Camel caravan in Komadugu Yobe river basin, North East Nigeria

Indigenous peoples play key role in coping with climate change – IUCN

Indigenous peoples around the world will bear the brunt of climate change – but they are also armed with the traditional knowledge to survive its effects. …   | French

17 Mar 2008 | International news release

Connect2earth.org

WWF and IUCN launch new green on-line community for youth, supported by Nokia

Two of the world’s largest environmental organizations, WWF and IUCN, supported by Nokia, are launching connect2earth.org for young people to tell the world what they think about the environment …  

07 Mar 2008 | International news release

Sumatran Tiger with visible snare wounds,
Medan Zoo, North Sumatra, Indonesia

Body part by body part, Sumatran Tigers are being sold into extinction

Laws protecting the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger have failed to prevent tiger body parts being offered on open sale in Indonesia, according to a TRAFFIC report launched today. …  

13 Feb 2008 | International news release

Fish at market

Corruption in fisheries – from bad to worse

Corruption in global fisheries is compounding the devastating effects of overfishing – and the problem could get worse, according to IUCN today …  

29 Jan 2008 | International news release

Bleached coral head, Bahamas.

Corals: facing the death sentence

The future for corals does not look bright. That’s the message from the first in-depth analysis of 2005’s widespread coral bleaching in the Caribbean …  

23 Jan 2008 | International news release

Even deep-water marine communities are under threat from climate change.

Nations urged to adopt global vision to save oceans from climate-accelerated collapse

On Tuesday 18 December at the United Nations General Assembly, the World Conservation Union (IUCN), the only conservation organization with official observer status at the UN, called for the rapid development of a network of marine protected areas to help the oceans cope with climate change. …  

20 Dec 2007 | International news release