Story | 01 Dic, 2023
A new article was co-written by Kamaljit Sangha, Co-Chair of the CEESP Local Economies, Communities, and Nature Specialist group. "Expert Corner: A Unique Coexistence of an Indigenous Tribe (Adivasi) with Tigers in the Western Ghats of India"
Story | 02 Nov, 2023
Story | 16 Oct, 2023
The Women in Recycling Foundation (WORF) is led by young women committed to promoting a healthy environment for women, young women, and women with disabilities by strengthening the waste management system, developing skills and knowledge, and empowering them through circular economy solutions....
Story | 07 Ago, 2023
Guardianes de la Cuenca El Chaltén is a local water advocacy project led by young women dedicated to water conservation. We seek to transform the local water governance of one of the largest water reserves in the world. We involve young people through water conservation training...
News | 26 Jun, 2023
The body responsible for the protection of Antarctica’s precious life, The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), has just completed a special meeting in Santiago, Chile. IUCN participated as an observer promoting independent science and urging delegates...
Story | 18 Abr, 2023
Mirali Shukla, Environmental Peacebuilding Association, Deputy Chair of the CEESP Theme on Environment and Peace
Story | 03 Dic, 2022
CEESP News: Antonia Nyamukuru, researcher based in Kampala, Uganda and Cory Whitney, member of IUCN’s CEESP SULi group, based in Bonn, Germany.
“Conservation will ultimately boil down to rewarding the private landowner who conserves the public interest.” - Aldo Leopold
Story | 30 Mar, 2022
CEESP News: Ritu Dhingra, IUCN CEESP Regional Vice Chair for South and East Asia.
Who will wear the burnt–the speechless lifeforms through no fault of their own? War always brings calamity and strife. When human beings, Homo sapiens, “The Wise Man,” and the most evolved species on this...