Méditerranée

Présentation de la publication à Tunis.

1er Guide d’identification des oiseaux d’eau migrateurs du Nord de l’Afrique en langue arabe

Lors d’un atelier organisé le samedi 2 mars 2013 à Tunis par l’Association « Les Amis des Oiseaux » (AAO), Membre de l'UICN, en présence de ses partenaires nationaux et internationaux, un nouveau guide d’identification des oiseaux d’eau en langue arabe a été présenté au public. La soixantaine de participants de l’événement, majoritairement des représentants d’institutions et d’organisations œuvrant pour la biodiversité et les milieux naturels, s’est accordée à constater que ce bel ouvrage va combler un besoin ressenti dans le domaine de la conservation des oiseaux d’eau et des zones humides au Nord de l’Afrique, celui de disposer d’outils de travail en langue arabe. …   | English

14 Mar 2013 | News story

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Un nouveau projet IEVP : l'expérience méditerranéenne de l'écotourisme

Le tourisme est une source de revenus croissants, mais il joue aussi un rôle moteur dans la dégradation actuelle des régions côtières de la Méditerranée. Les Aires Protégées en sont une bonne illustration : leurs gestionnaires considèrent le tourisme comme une « ressource financière » qui complémente leur faible budget institutionnel, mais en même temps ils craignent l’impact de larges groupes de touristes, concentrés en haute saison. …   | English | Spanish

12 Mar 2013 | News story

The World We Want 2015

Post2015: Can there be enough water, energy, food for all?

This week, IUCN and the International Water Association (IWA) host an online consultation session on Infrastructure Solutions for the Water-Energy-Food Security Nexus. As part of the UN's 'The World We Want' initiative, the consultation platform allows everyone to have their say on development issues post 2015, from 11-17 March with a particular focus on water, energy and food. …  

11 Mar 2013 | News story

IUCN SEE Meeting in Tirana, Albania

Nature+ development in South East Europe

Nature is a resource for people and our well-being. Countries in South East Europe, like elsewhere, have the opportunity to shape a sustainable future where economies grow while protecting natural resources. Will they win the challenge?   …  

07 Mar 2013 | News story
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Coverture SEARCH Rapport Morocco

Resilience framework for local action against climate change in Morocco

The Environment Observatory of the Tangier-Tetouan Region, along with the non-governmental organization GERES and other partners in Morocco, organized last 25-28 of February 2013 a Seminar entitled "Climate Change Adaptation and fight against fuel poverty in the region Tetouan Tangier ". The seminar allowed the SEARCH project partners in Morocco (IUCN-Med, University of Tetouan and the Association Talassemtane de l’Environnement et de Developpement) to present the results of the project, including the analysis of climate change vulnerability in pilot areas and the methodology defined for the project on building resilience. …  

07 Mar 2013 | News story

IAS event

Invasive alien species: The biodiversity time bomb is ticking!

Invasive Alien Species (IAS) poses a significant threat to native biodiversity in Europe, as well as to our economy and health. They cause some 12.5 billion Euro worth of damage each year in the European Union alone. On 21 February, BirdLife and IUCN co-hosted an event in the European Parliament in Brussels to shed some light on this ticking time bomb ahead of the EU legislative proposal that is expected in March. The event was hosted by MEP Poc, Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats (S&D) and supported by the European Habitats Forum. …  

22 Feb 2013 | News story

Cover repport: Elasmobranchs of the Mediterranean and Black Sea

Bycatch a problem for the sharks and rays in the Mediterranean and Black sea

A new study has been recently published by the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean, Elasmobranchs of the Mediterranean and Black Sea: status, ecology and biology. The information compiled by the authors shows that cartilaginous species, including sharks, rays and chimaeras, are by far the most endangered group of marine fish in the Mediterranean Sea. This is in line with the results of the IUCN Red List (2007 regional assessment) that clearly remarks the vulnerability of elasmobranchs and the lack of data on these species. …   | Spanish

19 Feb 2013 | News story

Colourful sea squirt , cold water Ascidiaceae, a Botryllus species

€9m EU project on deep-sea organisms under way

IUCN is supporting the PharmaSea project which will bring European researchers to some of the deepest, coldest and hottest places on the planet. …  

19 Feb 2013 | News story

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Call for abstracts: 3rd International Marine Protected Areas Congress

The French Marine Protected Areas Agency (MPAA) and IUCN are organizing the 3rd International Marine Protected Areas Congress (IMPAC3) in Marseille and Corsica from 21 October to 27 October 2013. …  

15 Feb 2013 | News story
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Powered by nature award

Powered by Nature: social media student competition for nature-based solutions to energy challenges

Today, IUCN’s Commission on Education and Communication and Alcoa Foundation announced the launch of the Powered by Nature competition in which European communications students are challenged to co-create a social media campaign. The goal of the final campaign is to raise awareness of “natural solutions” for energy and encourage the young generation to become "powered by nature". Students will work together with experts from environmental organisations and communications agencies on their final submissions.   …  

12 Feb 2013 | News story

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