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Dentro del marco del Foro Regional de la UICN realizado en Lima, Perú, del 13 al 16 de junio, la vice-presidenta regional de la CEC para Sudamérica, Suzana Padua, aprovechó de esta oportunidad para reunir a los miembros de la CEC y compartir así enriquecedoras experiencias de sus trayectorias profesionales en una deliciosa cena con sabor regional.

La CEC presente en el Foro Regional de la UICN para Sudamèrica

Dentro del marco del Foro Regional de la UICN realizado en Lima, Perú, del 13 al 16 de junio, la vice-presidenta regional de la CEC para Sudamérica, Suzana Padua, aprovechó de esta oportunidad para reunir a los miembros de la CEC. …  

02 Jul 2011 | News story

CEC member Mangal Man Shakya of Nepal is Editor of Wildlife Times

Wildlife Times of Nepal - June 2011

CEC member Mangal Man Shakya shares the June issue of his magazine from Nepal.
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02 Jul 2011 | News story

Northern Bald Ibises at their wintering grounds on the Ethiopian highlands in November 2011

Bird diplomacy in action for Syria’s last remaining ibises

Formerly thought to be extinct in the wild in the Middle East, the Critically Endangered Northern Bald Ibis was rediscovered on a remote cliff of the Syrian Palmyra desert in April 2002. With only four remaining individuals, it is currently the rarest and most threatened bird in the region. IUCN, with the help of its partners and diplomatic efforts of the Syrian First Lady, is involved in saving this enigmatic species. …  

01 Jul 2011 | News story

Firma Convenio UICN-Med y Consell Insular de Formentera - 1 de julio 2011

Formentera firma un convenio de sostenibilidad ambiental con UICN-Med

El presidente del Consell Insular de Formentera, Jaume Ferrer, ha firmado hoy el convenio de colaboración con el director del Centro de Cooperación del Mediterráneo de la Unión Internacional de Conservación de la Naturaleza (UICN), Antonio Troya, para que la institución insular forme parte activa de este organismo y colaborar en asuntos concretos relacionados con la protección del entorno. …  

01 Jul 2011 | News story

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The Center for Protection and Research of Birds of Montenegro joins IUCN

IUCN welcomes a new NGO member from South Eastern Europe: The Center for Protection and Research of Birds of Montenegro. The membership application was approved during the recent 76th Meeting of the IUCN Council. …  

01 Jul 2011 | News story

Nam Xong River at Vang Vieng, Lao PDR

Clean Up Day promotes sustainable water resource management along the Nam Xong River

Taking place in Vangvieng on 20 May 2011, the Nam Xong Clean Up Day brought together more than 400 people to learn about water resources management and to collect garbage and waste from along the river. 

01 Jul 2011 | News story
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BirdLife Intl, Preventing Extinctions, SOS

Bird conservation in Brazil

On April 15, 2011 a new protected area - The Costa Do Sol State Park - was created in Rio (Brazil), the only place worldwide for the Critically Endangered Restinga Antwren. The Restinga Antwren is one of the 20 bird species in Birdlife`s Preventing Extinctions Programme that SOS supports through a Threatened Species Grant. …  

01 Jul 2011 | News story

Officials from the AfDB,  Bamba Diop and Richard Walker with Ali Kaka, IUCN Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa and Aimé Nianogo, IUCN Regional Director for West and Central Africa. Photo: Hastings Chikoko

IUCN and African Development Bank explore additional opportunities in Eastern and Southern Africa

Officials from the African Development Bank (AfDB) and IUCN-ESARO staff met in Nairobi today to look at ways of collaboration as they expand their programmes in the eastern and southern parts of Africa. The meeting convened programme staff from the IUCN regional office and its country offices in the region and is buidling on the work that IUCN and AfDB are doing in West and Central Africa. …  

01 Jul 2011 | News story
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Field visit during the Al Hima Workshop held in Lebanon

The old ways are the best—reviving traditional knowledge in West Asia

An ancient conservation practice born in the Arabian desert more than 1,500 years ago is now being revived in the battle-scarred greenery of Lebanon to help meet the complex challenges of a modern economy. …  

01 Jul 2011 | News story

Bandar Khiran, Oman

Boosting ecotourism in Oman

For many years the rich biological and cultural diversity of Oman has been a major draw card for tourists but now eco-tourism is being given a special boost thanks to a project between IUCN and the Omani Ministry of Tourism. …  

01 Jul 2011 | News story

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