Estados Unidos

Jane Smart

Nagoya de Atsumarou! - ¡Reunámonos en Nagoya!

Jane Smart, Directora del Grupo de Conservación de la Biodiversidad y Jefa de la Delegación de la UICN a la 10ª Conferencia de las Partes del Convenio sobre la Diversidad Biológica (COP10 del CBD), a celebrarse en Nagoya, Japón, del 18 al 29 de octubre de 2010, nos cuenta cómo se está preparando la UICN para tan crucial acontecimiento. …   | English | French

21 Jul 2010 | News story

Bilibili raft on the Navua River, Fiji

IUCN supports new WaterWiki

The WaterWiki is a new website providing a space to interact and share valuable water knowledge online. The WaterWiki is a freely accessible information resource that is growing rapidly into a global reference for water professionals. …  

16 Jul 2010 | News story

Mangrove resources in the Solomon Islands

Montreal: El Grupo de Trabajo de ADB busca un acuerdo definitivo antes de Nagoya

Las expectativas, en Montreal, son grandes. Algunas delegaciones expresaron su firme deseo de que el Protocolo de ADB se apruebe en Japón, junto con el Plan Estratégico del CDB, que fijará las nuevas metas de protección de la biodiversidad para el período 2010-2020, y la Estrategia de Movilización de Recursos. …   | English

15 Jul 2010 | News story

Albatross in the Pacific Ocean

United Nations addresses capacity-building in ocean affairs and the law of the sea, including marine science

Capacity building in ocean affairs and the law of the sea, including marine science, was the key topic at UNICPOLOS 11, held at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 21 – 25 June 2010.  …  

01 Jul 2010 | News story

Windfarm - E.ON climate & renewable

Offshore wind farms – green energy or biodiversity threat?

In the rush to find new sources of energy and reduce our dependency on fossil fuels, offshore wind farms are increasingly seen as an attractive solution, but their potential impact on marine biodiversity should not be overlooked. …  

24 Jun 2010 | News story

Children bathing with a basketful of fish

Go-ahead for Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

After a week of intense negotiations, governments have agreed to establish a new mechanism, which will strengthen the dialogue between the scientific community and policymakers on biodiversity and ecosystem services. The so-called 'IPBES' - the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services - will be a leading body in making scientifically sound and relevant information available to support more informed decisions on how biodiversity and ecosystem services are conserved and used around the world. …  

11 Jun 2010 | News story

Yellow-nose Albatross Thalassarche carteri

A fresh look at improving ocean governance - new study

A new study discussing governance options to improve the conservation and management of biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction was developed by four students in a partnership between the John Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). …  

10 Jun 2010 | News story

IUCN logo

UICN acoge con beneplácito a 38 nuevos Miembros

En su 74ª Reunión, celebrada el 4 de junio de 2010, el Consejo de la UICN admitió a 38 nuevos Miembros. …   | English | French

07 Jun 2010 | News story

Solar panels shown here of the 40kw grid-connected solar pv system installed at the Motofuoua Secondary School, Vaitupu, Tuvalu

Powering the Pacific - launch of Tuvalu solar project

The Vaitupu community; an island atoll located 112 km northeast of Tuvalu’s capital - Funafuti are celebrating the recent handover of the Tuvalu Photo Voltaic Electricity Network Integration Project (TPVENIP) by IUCN to the Tuvalu government. …  

30 May 2010 | News story

Regional Director for IUCN Oceania, Taholo Kami; Sailesh Kumar, logo competition winner and Dr Russel Howorth, SOPAC Director at the unveiling of the new PREEN logo.

Pacific Resource and Environmental Economics Network gets new logo

The recently established PREEN (Pacific Resource and Environmental Economics Network) unveiled its logo today at a prize giving ceremony hosted by the IUCN Oceania Office in Suva. The logo depicts land, sea, fish, turtles and mangroves. Also included in the logo is a scene of traditional fishers at work. …  

25 May 2010 | News story


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