Nouvelles et évènements du PACO

James G. Workman

Conserving water in cities: special series - the three paradoxes of water and how to solve them

To mark World Water Day with its theme ‘Water for Cities,’ we’re featuring a four-part series of provocative articles by James G. Workman, a writer who has worked with IUCN for a decade. Author of Heart of Dryness: How the Last Bushmen Can Help Us Endure the Coming Age of Permanent Drought, he is translating the proven system that has sustained indigenous people of the Kalahari Desert into an online, utility-based system that could unleash a widespread, egalitarian race to conserve water and energy in cities worldwide. …  

22 Mar 2011 | News story
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World Water Day, 22 March 2011: "Water for Cities - Responding to the urban challenge"

Journée mondiale de l'eau: répondre au défi urbain

Faire face aux besoins croissants en eau dans les villes est l'un des défis les plus urgents de ce siècle. La moitié de la population mondiale vit désormais dans les villes, et on estime que dans les deux décennies à venir, la population augmentera de 60%, soit 5 milliards de personnes. …   | English | Spanish

22 Mar 2011 | News story

Woman carrying wood and leaves

World’s poorest billion to gain from managing own forests

The lives of a billion of the world’s poorest people could be improved though investing in community forest management, according to a recent IUCN study. As the world celebrates World Forest Day, IUCN urges decision-makers to recognize the various benefits of forests for forest-dependent communities. …  

21 Mar 2011 | International news release

A woman and children crossing the river at the border between Ghana and Burkina Faso.

Protected areas increase economic gains in West Africa

Local populations living close to protected areas in West Africa , earn an additional 40% of their income from activities related to these areas. …  

15 Mar 2011 | News story

A woman and children crossing the river at the border between Ghana and Burkina Faso.

Protected Areas Increase Economic Gains in West Africa

Local populations living close to protected areas in West Africa , earn an additional 40% of their income from activities related to these areas. …  

14 Mar 2011 | International news release

Women participating in an FAO Farmer Field School focusing on tree planting in Kitui District, Kenya

International Women’s Day – women in forest communities need louder voice

To mark the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8 March 2011, IUCN is calling for women in forest communities to be given more control of the management of forests and to be involved in decisions relating to them. …  

08 Mar 2011 | News story

arborvitae 43: Intégration de l’égalité des genres

arborvitae 43: Intégration de l’égalité des genres

  • Femmes et droits de propriété aux forêts: Garantir des droits fonciers sûrs aux femmes et aux hommes, promeut la gestion forestière durable et atténue la pauvreté. 
  • Reportage: Il est maintenant temps que la communauté environnementale et forestière reconnaisse que les femmes sont des parties prenantes majeures des schémas de gestion forestière.
  • Femmes et sylviculture communautaire: Les femmes passent sensiblement plus de temps en forêt que les hommes.
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08 Mar 2011 | News story

Women participating in an FAO Farmer Field School focusing on tree planting in Kitui District, Kenya

International Women’s Day – women in forest communities need louder voice

Background: To mark the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day on Tuesday March 8th 2011, IUCN is calling for women in forest communities to be given more control of the management of forests and to be involved in decisions relating to them. …  

07 Mar 2011 | Media advisory

Volta Basin, West Africa

Echange et partage d’expériences pour une meilleure gestion des ressources en eau

L’UICN-PACO en partenariat avec l’Autorité du Bassin de la Volta (ABV) et le Projet GEF-Volta a effectué une visite d'étude et d'échanges à la Commission de Orange-Senqu (ORASECOM) à Centurion en Afrique du Sud du 30 janvier au 5 février 2011 afin de s’inspirer de leurs expériences et surtout de développer une plateforme future de collaboration entre les deux organismes de bassin. …   | English

07 Mar 2011 | News story

Plantation of 8500 saplings of various indigenous species at Bagh Viala village in Qilla Saifullah district.

Tree plantation campaign launched by IUCN as contribution to International Year of Forests, 2011

Tree plantation campaign launched by IUCN as contribution to International Year of Forests, 2011

Concrete steps are needed to combat the alarming deforestation issues of Balochistan, Mr. Ghulam Ali Baloch, Secretary Forests & Wildlife …  

03 Mar 2011 | News story

Une vue aérienne d'écosystèmes d'Afrique centrale et occidentale