Nouvelles des Membres et pour les Membres

Forest fire in Niokolo-Koba National Park, Senegal

Forests, people and climate change: the REDD solution

Major reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions are necessary if we are to avoid disastrous climate change. Given that deforestation and forest degradation account for up to 17% of man-made global greenhouse gas emissions, conservation and sustainable management of forests is a good place to start. …  

01 Oct 2009 | News story

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Nouveau système pour les membres sur les Résolutions et Recommandations de l’UICN

Un nouveau système automatisé, qui sera lancé à la mi-novembre, permettra aux membres de l’UICN de partager des informations sur les actions entreprises pour mettre en œuvre les Résolutions et Recommandations adoptées à Barcelone l’année dernière.  …   | English | Spanish

28 Sep 2009 | News story

The Time for Biodiversity Business

Biodiversity can make a good business. Business can also be very good for conservation. These are the findings of a recent survey of 80 IUCN Members. …  

23 Sep 2009 | News story

Conservation for a New Era

Conservation for a New Era

The latest analysis of the state of conservation has been published today by IUCN. The book, Conservation for a New Era, outlines the critical issues facing us in the 21st century, developed from the results of last year’s World Conservation Congress in Barcelona. …  

17 Sep 2009 | International news release

Basking shark

News from IUCN members: Save Our Seas Foundation study basking sharks and call to protect cetaceans

Marine experts, assembled by the Save Our Seas Foundation in July, called for action to sustain the Indian Ocean whaling ban and protect dolphins from growing slaughter. Despite the ban on whaling in a large area of the Indian Ocean, populations of both whales and dolphins appear to be on the decline, mainly because of accidental entrapment in fishing gear and in some cases, intentional hunting. …  

08 Sep 2009 | News story

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L’UICN accueille trois nouveaux membres

Le 26 août 2009, le Bureau du Conseil de l’UICN, lors de sa 54e session, a admis trois nouveaux membres: le Réseau des Aires Protégées d’Afrique Centrale – RAPAC, une organisation internationale non-gouvernementale basée au Gabon, et deux organisations non-gouvernementales : The Jordanian Society for Organic Farming JSOF (Association jordanienne d’agriculture biologique), Jordanie, et The Garrison Institute, Etats-Unis d’Amérique. …   | English | Spanish

07 Sep 2009 | News story

Windturbine and rapeseed

US IUCN Members comment on recent climate legislation

US IUCN Members have commented on the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 approved by the US House of Representatives. …  

03 Sep 2009 | News story

Robin Yarrow, IUCN Regional Councillor

New Regional Councillor for Oceania

Mr. Robin Yarrow has been elected as Regional Councillor for Oceania, replacing Mr. Lionel Gibson, and will hold office until the close of the next ordinary session of the World Conservation Congress in 2012. …  

02 Sep 2009 | News story

Wild Aisan Elephant in Bangladesh

IUCN Members in Asia

We are pleased to inform you that a series of web pages on and for IUCN members in Asia has been launched . …  

01 Sep 2009 | News story

Regional Director Handover

Hans Friederich to guide IUCN in Pan-Europe ad interim

Today the IUCN Regional Office for Pan-Europe welcomes its new Interim Regional Director Hans Friederich. …  

01 Sep 2009 | News story