Nouvelles des Membres et pour les Membres

Holcim

Partenariat renouvelé entre Holcim et l’UICN

L’UICN (Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature) et Holcim ont décidé de renouveler un accord de partenariat ayant pour but de préserver la biodiversité dans les carrières Holcim du monde entier. Le partenariat, lancé en 2007, a été renouvelé pour une durée de trois ans. …   | English | Spanish

02 Mar 2011 | News story

Vida Silvestre

A vivir la naturaleza

La tasa actual de extinción de especies sólo fue igualada cinco veces en la historia de la vida en el planeta y el grado de modificación de ecosistemas solamente tiene precedentes en desastres naturales de orden planetario. Con la pérdida de la biodiversidad se merman las posibilidades de bienestar y supervivencia para nuestra especie y las demás. …  

02 Mar 2011 | News story

Pinta Giant Tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni)

The 25 most endangered turtles and tortoises

Without concerted conservation action, many of the planet’s turtles and tortoises, iconic survivors from the Age of Dinosaurs, will become extinct within the next few decades. That’s according to a new report from the Turtle Conservation Coalition, a global alliance of conservation groups, including the IUCN Species Survival Commission's Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group (TFTSG), which names the world’s 25 most endangered tortoises and freshwater turtles. …  

02 Mar 2011 | News story

British High Commissioner, Malcom McLachlan and IUCN Oceania Regional Director, Taholo Kami with the cheque that will see the set up of the new environment compliance and enforcement course.

Low enforcement weakens environmental fight: new course to help

A new Environmental Compliance & Enforcement Certificate course will be offered from August this year as part of the University of the South Pacific’s calendar. This was revealed today when the British High Commission officially handed over the initial funding for the development of the course to IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature. …  

02 Mar 2011 | News story

IUCN Director General Julia Marton-Lefèvre and Georg Kell, Executive Director of the UN Global Compact Office

IUCN Director General on board for socially-responsible business

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed IUCN Director General Julia Marton-Lefèvre as Board member of the UN Global Compact - the world’s largest corporate citizenship initiative that encourages business to adopt sustainable and socially-responsible policies. …  

01 Mar 2011 | News story

Bosques Amazónicos. Napo, Ecuador

Partners for the protection of Ecuador’s forests

The Ecuadorian Government is taking bold steps to protect the country's native forests - natural 'gold mines' that  store large amounts of carbon, harbour some of the highest levels of biodiversity on the planet, and provide numerous other benefits to people and nature. …  

28 Feb 2011 | News story

White-collared peccary

Finding a better way

In one of the biologically richest places on earth, IUCN Members are helping to provide people with alternatives to income from the illegal wild meat trade that is threatening local wildlife. …   | Spanish

28 Feb 2011 | News story

الدليل التدريبي للنوع الاجتماعي والتغير المناخي 
Gender and Climate Change Manual Arabic

Gender and Climate Change manual now available in Arabic!

IUCN's influential manual on gender and climate change is now available in Arabic. …  

25 Feb 2011 | Downloads - publication

Azraq Wetlands Reserve

Appel à candidature pour le Prix Ramsar pour la conservation des zones humides 2012

Le Secrétariat de la Convention de Ramsar a le plaisir de lancer un appel à nomination pour la cinquième édition du Prix Ramsar pour la conservation des zones humides, qui sera remis lors de la 11e Session de la Conférence des Parties contractantes, à Bucarest, Roumanie, en juin 2012. …   | English | Spanish

25 Feb 2011 | News story

Lyndenburg Cycad (Encephalartos inopinus)

South African measures to restrict cycad trade inadequate

A proposal published for public comment could result in trade in 11 species of native cycad trees being brought to a halt by authorities in South Africa, and trade in others restricted. …  

25 Feb 2011 | News story