Nouvelles des Membres et pour les Membres

Intern photo: Securing Water for Ecosystems and Human Well-being: The Importance of Environmental Flows

Water and Climate: Focus of 2010 World Water Week

How does water allocation happen if water resources increasingly fluctuate? What does sustainability mean in the context of an evolving definition of “normal”? …  

06 Oct 2010 | News story

Success story of the day: Fundació Caixa Catalunya

Story featured in the Made in Countdown 2010 publication: The Fundació Territori i Paisatge (now Fundació Caixa Catalunya and IUCN Member)  was created by the Caixa Catalunya Savings Bank at the end of 1997 with the main aim to preserve, natural areas, biodiversity and landscapes, as well as raise public awareness. The foundation’s long-term programme has three action lines. …  

06 Oct 2010 | News story

IUCN

Les Membres espagnols lancent un dernier effort pour lutter contre la perte de la biodiversité en 2010

Septembre 2010 – Le Comité national espagnol de l’UICN, avec le concours de la Fundación Biodiversidad et d’Obra Social Caja Madrid, ont lancé le projet « Année internationale de la diversité biologique », dans le cadre de l’Année internationale de la biodiversité (AIB). Cette initiative a pour objet de sensibiliser le public à la diversité biologique et à sa perte, au moyen de l’éducation environnementale. Des bénévoles s’impliqueront dans les efforts réalisés pour combattre la perte de la biodiversité. …   | English | Spanish

05 Oct 2010 | News story

Coralina

Success story of the day: Coralina

Story featured in the Made in Countdown Publication: Based on a participatory process and with an ecosystem approach, the Seaflower Marine Protected Area (MPA) was created in 2005 thanks to the leadership of IUCN Member Coralina – the Corporation for the Sustainable Development of the Archipelago of San Andrés, Old Providence and Santa Catalina , a department of Colombia in the Caribbean – and the support of the local and national governments. Seaflower is the largest MPA in the Great Caribbean and one of the largest on the planet. …  

04 Oct 2010 | News story

Recognition of IUCN Pakistan Members

Representatives of two of the IUCN Pakistan Members Khwendo Kor and Strengthening Participatory Organisation have been selected to be part of a nine-member committee constituted on the instructions of the President of Pakistan for flood relief work. …  

01 Oct 2010 | News story

Garba Tula drylands project, Kenya

Preserving life and land in Kenya

IUCN's work to restore local rights in Garba Tula dryland district in North-East Kenya. …  

30 Sep 2010 | Video

Bruguiera gymnorhiza - flower

Satoyama: People and nature under one roof

Preserving and developing villages and farmlands in a sustainable way is just as important for biodiversity and human well-being, as is the conservation of wilderness. But to achieve this, we need to build a sound, harmonious and long-lasting relationship with nature. …  

30 Sep 2010 | News story

Women pastoralists taking part in participatory filming (Olbil, Tanzania)

Participatory Video in the Pangani Basin, Tanzania

Participatory Video, a new innovative way of capturing and sharing communities’ voices on social and environmental change, was recently introduced by the IUCN Water Programme. …  

30 Sep 2010 | News story

Mariners Cave, Vava'u group

A solution to the global ocean crisis

3 new publications from the Science-to-Action partnership …  

30 Sep 2010 | Article

Duba lilies, Okavango delta

New study shows over one fifth of the world’s plants are under threat of extinction

A global analysis of extinction risk for the world's plants, conducted by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew together with the Natural History Museum, London and IUCN, has revealed that the world’s plants are as threatened as mammals, with one in five of the world’s plant species threatened with extinction. …   | Spanish

29 Sep 2010 | News story