Méditerranée

Aimé J. Nianogo

African expectations not yet met in Rio

Around 50,000 delegates from around the world are attending the UN’s biggest meeting ever in Rio. The aim of the Rio +20 Sustainability Summit is to lift billions of the world’s poorest people out of poverty without exhausting the planet’s resources. But economic woes are keeping expectations low. …  

19 Jun 2012 | News story

Dinaric Arc - Transboundary Cooperation

At the crossroads of conservation and development

Transboundary cooperation among adjacent countries epitomizes the ambition of the Rio +20 conference. As discussed during the side event organized by IUCN and the Italian Government (DGCS) at the UN Conference on sustainable development (Rio+20), it offers some early results and insights into the relevance of natural resource management for the green economy. …  

18 Jun 2012 | News story

Business unusual

Let’s get serious!

IUCN and the UN Global Compact are helping business in Rio get serious about biodiversity, boosting private sector efforts in conserving biodiversity and ecosystem services – the benefits we get from nature. …  

18 Jun 2012 | News story

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National Park best practice to represent Turkey at Rio+20

A project by the Turkish Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs, an IUCN Member, carried out in Küre Mountains National Park, was chosen as best practice on sustainable development and green economy. 25 best practice projects will represent Turkey at the Rio+20 Conference this month. …  

13 Jun 2012 | News story
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Marine World Heritage app for I-Phone

Launch of Marine World Heritage App will bring marine crown jewels a lot closer

In celebration of World Oceans Day, the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre are launching a new iPhone application. This year’s Oceans Day theme “Youth: the Next Wave for Change” inspired the development of the mobile application, which will act as a window on marine world heritage sites around the world. …  

08 Jun 2012 | News story

Rueda de prensa Posidonia Andalucía - 8 de junio de 2012

Música, talleres y exposiciones para concienciar sobre el valor de las praderas de Posidonia

Almuñécar acoge la segunda edición del Festival Life+ "Mares de Posidonia", que de una manera lúdica y divertida dará a conocer a la ciudadanía el papel crucial que desempeñan las praderas marinas para la buena salud del litoral. Este festival coincide con la gira por tierra y mar "Posidonia 100% Mediterránea". …  

08 Jun 2012 | News story

Mediterranean Seagrass Workshop, Essaouira, 1 June 2012

IUCN Red Listing for Mediterranean seagrasses

At present, five of the 59 species of seagrasses assessed at global level are at a high threat of extinction. IUCN organised an IUCN Red Listing workshop on 1 June in Essaouira during the Mediterranean Seagrass Workshop organised by the Ecole supérieure de technologie Essaouira and the polydisciplinary faculty Safi Université Cadi Ayyad (Morocco) and supported by the Mediterranean Seagrass Association – Seagrass 2000. …  

07 Jun 2012 | News story

2012 Congress Online Programme

Programme du Congrès en ligne

Alors que le Congrès mondial de de la nature de l'IUCN approche, vous pouvez maintenant accéder au contenu et au calendrier du programme. Régulièrement mis à jour, le Programme en ligne est un moyen pratique d’organiser votre agenda à Jeju (Corée) et de profiter un maximum de votre venue. …   | English | Spanish

04 Jun 2012 | News story

Logo Proyecto posidonia

Las praderas marinas también almacenan CO2

Los días 16 y 17 de mayo se han celebrado en el Instituto de Estudios Portuarios de Málaga las primeras Jornadas abiertas sobre “las Praderas de fanerógamas marinas en el litoral español: Conservación, uso y gestión”, organizadas por el Centro de Cooperación del Mediterráneo de UICN en el marco del proyecto Life+ Posidonia Andalucía. Las presentaciones ya están disponibles a través de la agenda. …  

23 May 2012 | News story

Vice minister speaking with rural village community

Report Calls for REDD+ to Invest in Forest Communities

Income generated from REDD+ should be given to forest communities to invest in their future, recommends a new report by The Forests Dialogue (TFD). Investing locally in this way should be part of understanding REDD+ as integral to broader development among forest-dependent communities. 

16 May 2012 | News story

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