Eau

Seul 3% de l'eau sur Terre est de l'eau douce. Environ les deux tiers de celle-ci est gelé dans les glaciers et les calottes glaciaires polaires. Nous avons depuis bien trop longtemps excessivement fait usage de cette précieuse ressource.

 

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  • Okavango Delta Photo: ©IUCN/Peter Howard

    World must act now to strengthen protection of most important wetlands

    28.09.2018

    An open letter from International Organization Partners of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands: In July this year the United Nations reported that the world is off-track to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) – ensuring the availability and...

  • RDP report cover photo Photo: @Joshua Stevens/NASA Earth Observatory

    Rio Doce Panel report outlines critical gaps and measures for region’s long-term restoration

    24.09.2018

    Belo Horizonte, Brazil (IUCN) – Following one of Brazil’s worst environmental disasters, the IUCN-led independent Rio Doce Panel released its first report, outlining critical gaps and measures that need to be addressed for the long-term restoration of the...

  • Photo: Finn Thilsted, World Fish Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

    Water for fish: Sustainable inland fisheries

    10.09.2018

    Inland fisheries are being overlooked in policy, management and development decisions, undermining the vital food and livelihood benefits they provide to the poor – Conservation International and Co-chair of IUCN Species Survival Commission Freshwater...

Lectures rapides

Destiné aux décideurs politiques et aux journalistes, les dossiers thématiques de l'UICN fournissent des informations clés sur des thématiques au cœur du travail de l’UICN en deux pages (en anglais uniquement).

Thumbnail_CC and Water issues brief Photo: IUCN

Water and climate change

Water and weather, the delicate balance between evaporation and precipitation, is the primary cycle through which climate change is felt. As our climate changes, droughts, floods, melting glaciers,...

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