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Nouveau Portail des Membres : Système automatisé pour les Résolutions et Recommandations

Conformément à la Résolution 4.011 (Mise au point d’un système automatisé permettant d’enregistrer les activités des Membres relatives aux Résolutions et Recommandations, afin d’améliorer la présentation de rapports lors de chaque Congrès mondial de la nature et dans l’intervalle entre deux Congrès), le Secrétariat de l’UICN a mis au point un outil en ligne pour enregistrer les activités des Membres et du Secrétariat, relatives à la mise en œuvre des Résolutions et Recommandations adoptées par le Congrès mondial de la nature à Barcelone en 2008. …   | English | Spanish | Chinese

16 Feb 2010 | News story

Mangrove restoration in Sri Lanka

IUCN-ADB to publish River Basin Management cases across Asia-Pacific

IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, Asia Regional Water and Wetlands Programme and the Asian Development Bank have begun work on a new study of river basin management in the Asia-Pacific region. …  

12 Feb 2010 | News story

Manta ray over coral reef, Chagos Archipelago

Consultation sur le futur de l’Archipel des Chagos / Territoire Britannique de l’Océan Indien

Le Bureau des Affaires étrangères et du Commonwealth du Royaume Uni (FCO) a lancé une consultation publique en Novembre 2009, afin d’évaluer si un Parc marin serait la bonne option dans le futur pour la protection environnementale de l’Archipel des Chagos / Territoire Britannique de l’Océan Indien. La consultation prend fin le 12 février 2010.   …   | English | Spanish

12 Feb 2010 | News story
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Sustainability at the heart of the International Biofuels Conference

IUCN representatives are addressing biofuel sustainability issues at the 7th International Biofuels Conference, which opens today in India. …  

11 Feb 2010 | News story

Award winner Gerald Kuchling

Gerald Kuchling Receives 4th Annual Behler Turtle Conservation Award

Tortoises can sometimes be under-rated, but like in Aesop’s fable, they are often quite tenacious and committed to their goals. Gerald Kuchling is just such a species, and after numerous tortoise and freshwater turtle conservation successes, he was recently recognized for his enormous contributions.   …  

09 Feb 2010 | News story

IUCN statement on IPCC science

"Recent weeks have witnessed several attempts at international fora and in the media to question the science of climate change and to cast doubts on the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which have been produced and endorsed by a very large body of the world's foremost scientists. Some of these have even included personal attacks on the leadership of IPCC. …  

08 Feb 2010 | News story

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Whales, dolphins and porpoises threatened by over-fishing

For many years, fisheries activities have increasingly placed pressure on the world’s fish stocks, but a recent scientific report, launched this week by the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (UNEP/CMS), outlines the gravity of the consequences for another group of animals: the toothed whales. …   | Chinese

05 Feb 2010 | News story

African elephant in Botswana's Okavango Delta

New book celebrates aquatic life in Africa’s Okavango Delta

IUCN and its partners unveiled a stunning new book this week that features one of the most globally-important and species-rich wetlands, the Okavango Delta, world-renowned for its unique ecological and economic role in southern Africa. …  

04 Feb 2010 | News story

Cover - Removing barriers workshop report

Multi-sector group to address implementation barriers for more sustainable biofuels

Participants at a jointly-hosted Shell-IUCN workshop identified alignment of policy and standards and information for land-use planning as areas to overcome implementation barriers to advance the sustainability of biofuel developments. …  

04 Feb 2010 | News story

La Segua, Ecuador

Cuidar los Humedales, una respuesta al cambio climático

2 Febrero, Día Mundial de los Humedales. “Los humedales son valorados como fuentes de agua, recarga de acuíferos, criaderos naturales de peces y reservorios de diversidad biológica y cultural, entre otras irremplazables funciones; ahora necesitan ser reconocidos como aliados indispensables en la mitigación de los impactos negativos del cambio climático sobre las cuencas hídricas y los asentamientos humanos”, señalaron desde PROTEGER. …  

01 Feb 2010 | News story
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