Forêts

Colibrí Esmeralda, Cozumel, México.

Soluciones naturales para la reducción de la pobreza

Tras la celebración del Día Internacional de la Diversidad Biológica, la UICN se enfoca en mostrar la relación entre biodiversidad, desarrollo humano y los medios de vida de la gente. Esto tiene un especial significado para cada planta y animal sobre la Tierra, particularmente durante este Año Internacional de la Biodiversidad, en un tiempo en el cual los líderes mundiales están apuntando a nuevos objetivos para detener la pérdida de biodiversidad. …  

27 May 2010 | News story

REDD and Communities Task Force calls for case studies on ICCAs and the “underlying causes of forest conservation”


The REDD and Communities Task Force of CEESP and the Global Forest Coalition have started a new initiative to map, document and promote successful examples of Indigenous and non-Indigenous community-driven forest conservation and restoration, and the incentive systems and policy frameworks that have made them work. …  

21 May 2010 | News story

Foro Biodiversidad y Bienestar Humano. Ecuador, 2010

Biodiversidad: garantía de bienestar para el ser humano

En el Día Internacional de la Diversidad Biológica, el Programa de Estudios Socioambientales de la FLACSO, el Fondo de Desarrollo de las Naciones Unidas para la Mujer (UNIFEM) y la UICN realizaron un foro que evidenció, a través de la exposición de casos, la importancia de la conservación de la biodiversidad para el mantenimiento de los medios de vida …  

20 May 2010 | News story

Selva Viva, Napo. Amazonía Ecuatoriana

Bioma Amazónico en la vitrina del CDB

RedParques, UICN, la SCDB y WWF presentaron la iniciativa de conservación del Bioma Amazónico, en Nairobi. …  

11 May 2010 | News story

5th Forum on Trade of Legal and Sustainable Wood in China

Fifth Forum on Trade of Legal and Sustainable Wood in China

China and Southeast Asian nations renewed their efforts for regional cooperation in the timber trade this spring, as environmental activists, government officials, and businesspeople gathered in Beijing for the Fifth Forum on Trade of Legal and Sustainable Wood in China from March 30-31. …  

11 May 2010 | News story

Participants: réunion de suivi-évaluation LLS MALI

Les partenaires de LLS au Mali prennent part à la réunion semi annuelle de suivi-évaluation du Programme

La réunion semi annuelle du suivi-évaluation participatif au programme Paysages et moyens d’existence (LLS) s’est tenue à Boré au Mali du 24 au 27 mars 2010. Elle visait à valider le plan de suivi évaluation, à favoriser l’échange et le partage des résultats du programme en 2009 et la planification de 2010.  | English

06 May 2010 | News story

Participants in a CEPA workshop to create a Tiger Action Plan in Bangladesh do the tiger jump.

Tiger Conservation Communication: CEPA Workshop in Sundarbans

CEC members Frits Hesselink and Malcolm Whitehead facilitated a five-day CEPA workshop on board a boat cruising the Sundarbans. It was strategic communication planning meeting of the Tiger Action Plan, launched by the Wildlife Trust of Bangladesh, and inspired by the CEPA Toolkit. …  

06 May 2010 | News story

Photo Forum

Bilan et perspectives de la gestion des forêts au Cameroun

Les travaux du  3ème Forum national sur les forêts du Cameroun se sont déroulés du 29 au 31 Mars 2010 à Yaoundé sous le thème « 15 ans de réforme forestière : bilan, évolution et perspectives ». …   | English

05 May 2010 | News story
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IUCN Regional Forest Programme Coordinator, Marta Monjane, and IPEME Director, Odete Tsamba signing the memorandum of understanding.

Forest resources and poverty alleviation: a new partnership in Mozambique

IUCN’s Mozambique country office has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Institute for Promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises (IPEME) to establish and operate a community-managed sandalwood bank in the district of Matutuine-Djabula for processing and trade of wood that will initially be targeted at Maputo-based artisans. 

05 May 2010 | News story

Roosts of the Madagascan Flying fox (Pteropus rufus) are under threat from hunters, farmers and forest fires.

Let the foxes fly

In eastern Madagascar, the Madagascan Flying Fox (Pteropus rufus) is hunted for bush meat and its habitat is threatened by agriculture and forest fires. IUCN’s community-based project in the area has succeeded in engaging local communities in protecting the species. …  

02 May 2010 | News story

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