Océanie

Mangroves in Can Gio Biosphere Reserve

Mangroves to receive huge boost from new carbon credit rules

A new method for calculating the role that mangrove restoration plays in slowing climate change, by capturing and storing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, has been adopted. …  

06 Jun 2011 | News story

Logo de l'UICN

L’UICN accueille 24 nouveaux Membres et 3 Comités nationaux

Le 25 mai 2011, le Conseil de l’UICN, lors de sa 76e session, a admis 24 nouveaux Membres et reconnu officiellement 3 Comités nationaux. …   | English | Spanish

30 May 2011 | News story

Sentier mangrove à Wallis

Les mangroves de l’outre-mer européen

Le Conservatoire du littoral, membre de l’UICN, a mené un état des lieux des mangroves de l’outre-mer français. Il présente pour la première fois l’étendue et la répartition de ces écosystèmes, complémentaires des récifs coralliens, à travers les huits régions localisées dans les Caraïbes, l’Amazonie, l’océan Indien et le Pacifique. …   | English

27 May 2011 | News story

Relic forest

Laying the foundation for an IUCN Red List of Ecosystems

Momentum is gathering behind the case for a Red List of Ecosystems which, modeled on the influential IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, is hoped will generate better environmental management. …  

13 May 2011 | News story

Woman wading through flood waters, Nadi, Fiji

Reducing flood risk through improved water governance in Fiji

Fiji has suffered from increasing numbers of floods in recent years, causing extensive damage across the country. Through improving water governance, IUCN and partners are helping reduce the risks and impacts of flooding through linking urban centres to the basins they rely on. …  

12 May 2011 | News story

Offshore wind farm

Expanding IUCN’s science engagement for better conservation

IUCN welcomes distinguished scientists from around the world and a wide variety of disciplines to the new IUCN Science Advisory Board. …  

29 Apr 2011 | News story

Participants at the workshop

Thinking beyond the norm: Linking energy systems and environmental implications

Proactive rather than reactive planning is needed to ensure that energy systems go in the right places,” said Anare Matakiviti, IUCN Oceania Energy Programme Coordinator in opening the regional workshop on “Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for renewable energy projects” held in Nadi, Fiji in April. …  

20 Apr 2011 | News story

Nigel Dudley Sue Stolton

The power of partnership

Nigel Dudley and Sue Stolton 2011 – United Kingdom

Nobody knows better the benefits that national parks and other protected areas bring to people and nature than Sue Stolton and Nigel Dudley, and no one has worked harder to bring this knowledge to bear in saving the world’s natural wealth. …  

11 Apr 2011 | News story

Aboard the Gaualofa, the Samoan va’a. Crew members educating school children on Ocean threats.

Working with Vaka crews on environmental messaging

IUCN Oceania has had a close relationship with the Fiji Islands Voyaging Society (FIVS) since its inception in 2009, to the point that staff have been aboard the Uto Ni Yalo (the FIVS flagship) on several occasions, and one staff member joining a sail to Savusavu as a crew member. …  

04 Apr 2011 | News story

James G. Workman

Conserving water in cities: special series - the three paradoxes of water and how to solve them

To mark World Water Day with its theme ‘Water for Cities,’ we’re featuring a four-part series of provocative articles by James G. Workman, a writer who has worked with IUCN for a decade. Author of Heart of Dryness: How the Last Bushmen Can Help Us Endure the Coming Age of Permanent Drought, he is translating the proven system that has sustained indigenous people of the Kalahari Desert into an online, utility-based system that could unleash a widespread, egalitarian race to conserve water and energy in cities worldwide. …  

22 Mar 2011 | News story
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