News | 11 Sep, 2023
At the CBD COP 15 in December 2022, the State Parties, including Viet Nam, approved the 30x30 commitment to protect 30% of its land and sea area by 2030. In addition, Viet Nam joined the UK-led Global Ocean Alliance, which aims to protect at least 30% of the global oceans by 2030.
Story | 06 Sep, 2023
Gland, Switzerland 6 September 2023 (IUCN) – The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), as the official advisor on nature to the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, recommends inscription of seven sites on the World Heritage List. The Volcanoes of Kamchatka, in…
Press release | 31 Aoû, 2023
Gland, Switzerland, 31 August 2023 – Over 20% of mapped global species richness are found in World Heritage sites, despite these areas making up just 1% of the Earth’s surface, according to a joint assessment by IUCN, International Union for Conservation Nature, and UNESCO,…
Page | 26 Juil, 2023
In collaboration with the Royal Commission for Albula (RCU), IUCN is dedicated to safeguarding the natural heritage of AlUla County and achieving international conservation standards. This project aims to establish a network of protected areas that adhere to best practices, ensuring equitable…
Page | 26 Juil, 2023
The project "Enhancing Climate Resilience of Biodiversity hotspots in Jordan" aims to enhance the resilience of vulnerable ecosystems and communities dependent on natural resources, to mitigate the adverse impacts of climate change. Well-designed and effectively managed protected areas provide…
Story | 20 Juin, 2023
The Seub Nahasathien Foundation (SNF) is a Thai non-governmental organisation committed to the preservation and safeguarding of vast forests, natural ecosystems, wildlife habitats, and precious endangered species. One of their vital initiatives focuses on preventing the sixth extinction and…
Grey literature | 2023
The report provides an update on the status of the Yellow Sea ecosystem since the first publication of the IUCN Situation Analysis, more than ten years ago.
Story | 25 Avr, 2023
In April 2023, the Fishing Cat Ecological Enterprise (FCEE), an entity supported by IUCN’s Mekong WET project, published a Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (CCV
Story | 10 Avr, 2023
The conservation of the Javan silvery gibbon through rehabilitation, population re-enforcement and habitat protection to re-establish viable and self-sustainable populations of the species.