Áreas protegidas

Allen backpacking in Zion National Park in the Western U.S.

Back to basics in Paris

The World Heritage Committee in Paris is refocusing its attention on the technical reality of the site reports carried out by IUCN, according to Allen Putney, Deputy Chairman of the World Commission on Protected Areas. …  

22 Jun 2011 | News story

A marine turtle in the Red Sea, Egypt

Multiple ocean stresses threaten “globally significant” marine extinction

An international panel of experts warns in a report released today that marine species are at risk of entering a phase of extinction unprecedented in human history. …  

20 Jun 2011 | News story

A Leopard Shark (Stegostoma fasciatum), Great Barrier Reef

Mantener criterios elevados en el Patrimonio Mundial

El Comité del Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO iniciará su reunión anual el 19 de junio en París. El Comité anunciará cuáles son las áreas naturales y culturales sobresalientes que se añadirán a la Lista de sitios del Patrimonio Mundial. Este año se examinarán propuestas relativas a 42 sitios. …   | English | French

19 Jun 2011 | News story

Dja Reserve, Cameroon

Staving off the threats to Cameroon’s natural riches

The Dja Reserve in Cameroon is home to some of the largest and best protected rainforest tracts in Africa, with 90% of its area intact. It was inscribed as a World Heritage site in 1987, largely for the diversity of species found there but now faces several challenges, not least from mining. …  

16 Jun 2011 | News story

Participants see board "Say No to Plastic Bag" at Cu Lao Cham MPA Communications Center.

Vietnam’s MPAs and marine turtle conservation: issues and opportunities

Marine protected areas (MPAs) are a resource management tool that can be used to slow down and eventually reverse degradation of coastal ecosystems. Globally, scientists have recognized the value of MPAs, especially no-take marine reserves, in improving marine ecosystem health, including the viability of fisheries (NCEAS 2001). Furthermore, MPAs can help to support alternative livelihoods by promoting sustainable use of coastal resources of coastal resources such as ecotourism (Agardy 1993). Science-based MPA planning is underway in many countries (e.g., Osmond et al. 2010) with positive results for communities and ecosystems on which the depend (Samonte et al. 2010, Palumbi 2002). …   | Vietnamese

16 Jun 2011 | News story

Las áreas protegidas de América Latina: situación actual y perspectivas para el futuro

Las áreas protegidas de América Latina - situación actual y perspectivas para el futuro

El lanzamiento del libro, que forma parte de la celebración de los 20 años de trabajo de la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza en Sudamérica, se realizará el próximo martes 14 de junio de 2011, en el salón Casino del Hotel María Angola, Lima, Perú, a las 19h30. …   | English

14 Jun 2011 | News story
11 Comentarios | Escribir comentario

Dr Kenton Miller among bamboo in Brazil.

Kenton Miller – a personal appreciation

  Adrian Phillips …  

10 Jun 2011 | News story
1 Comentairo | Escribir comentario

Nik Lopoukhine,Chair,WCPA

What’s next for Protected Areas?

Nikita Lopoukhine, Chair, IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. …  

10 Jun 2011 | News story
0 Comentarios | Escribir comentario

The Wadden Sea became the 200 natural site on the World Heritage List.

Últimas noticias sobre los Sitios de Patrimonio Mundial

Los últimos sitios naturales y culturales a ser incorporados a la Lista del Patrimonio Mundial de la Unesco se darán a conocer en la reunión del Comité del Patrimonio Mundial, a celebrarse en París, del 19 al 29 de junio. Cuarenta y dos sitios serán considerados para su inscripción este año.   …   | English | French

10 Jun 2011 | News story

Stephen Woodley

Protected Areas get a boost from Parks Canada

Providing a major boost to IUCN’s Global Programme on Protected Areas, Parks Canada and IUCN are pleased to announce that Dr Stephen Woodley will take up a new position as Senior Programme Advisor on Protected Areas and Climate Change for the next two years. …  

07 Jun 2011 | News story
0 Comentarios | Escribir comentario


follow us

  Facebook Flickr Twitter Youtube

Global Protected Areas Programme