Grey literature | 2021
This report is a consolidation of in-country data gathered during 2020 in three Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, and St. Lucia. For the purpose of this report, all regional data analysis is based on these countries only. Data collection encompassed three sectors — household and…
Grey literature | 2021
This report is a consolidation of in-country data gathered during 2020 in three Pacific countries: Fiji, Samoa and Vanuatu. For the purpose of this report, all regional data analysis is based on these countries only. Data collection encompassed three sectors — household and commercial, tourism…
Noticias | 04 dec, 2023
Más de 130 personas fueron parte del Seminario Virtual "Información para la Diplomacia del Agua" organizado por la UICN, a través de su proyecto BRIDGE 5 y con la colaboración de ARFE y UNECE.
Story | 04 dec, 2023
In 2014-2015, as part of an EU project, IUCN and local NGO Fisheries Action Coalition Team (FACT) established three fish conservation areas (FCAs) in the Tonle Sap: in Phlov Touk near the Stung Sen Ramsar…
Story | 01 dec, 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"
Crossroads blog | 28 nov, 2023
Climate change and biodiversity loss are two of the most important challenges and risks for human societies. But as the chairs of IUCN's seven expert Commissions write, the window of opportunity to address them is closing rapidly.
Join us in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for the 28th UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP28), a global climate change forum bringing together scientists, government and industry leaders, and professionals of all walks of life to inform, inspire and act on climate change.
News | 27 nov, 2023
This introductory report's target audience is professionals from governments, civil society, private sector, and other stakeholders who know multilateral processes and treaties but are not high seas “BBNJ (biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction) experts”. The report is more digestible than…
Grey literature | 2023
An Introduction to the Agreement under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction
Policy brief | 2023
Humanity is deeply intertwined with nature, and up to 50% of our global GDP is linked to nature and biodiversity. A fundamental change in the way we produce and consume goods and resources is required, so that the tipping point is not crossed. It is therefore imperative that economic growth is…