Story | 21 Jun, 2022
The BIODEV2030 project, launched in early 2020 supports the country's development ambition, while promoting the adoption of voluntary sectoral commitments that incorporate ambitious biodiversity conservation and restoration measures.
Story | 17 Jun, 2022
IUCN welcomes with relief and gratitude the negotiated decisions on fishing subsidies made yesterday by the world’s Trade Ministers at the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) MC12 Trade Ministers’ forum.
Story | 27 May, 2022
RECONECT, a 5-year EU project implementing Nature-based Solutions to reduce water-related climate risks, held its 7th general assembly in Zurich from 23 to 25 May 2022.
Story | 20 May, 2022
Feeding a growing population and combatting climate change whilst protecting the environment are key challenges for our future. Sustainability will need to be at the core of economic growth strategies in every country. In Mozambique, the launch of SUSTAIN Pro marks the start of a 10-year…
Publication | 2022
Aquaculture production has very significantly increased in tonnage and value over the last decades. It is seen as a potential solution to replace the declining wild fishery stocks. This publication is a first attempt to examine aquaculture systems within the recent framework of the IUCN Global…
Story | 27 Dec, 2021
In 2018, the highest decision-making body on financial and economic issues in China mandated competent authorities to implement coastal conservation and restoration projects through the use of Nature-based Solutions to keep resilient…
Story | 22 Dec, 2021
Kunming, China (IUCN) – China’s Ministry of Natural Resources, together with IUCN, organised an event, “Nature-based Solutions for Ecological Conservation and Restoration,” as part of the Ecological Civilisation Forum during the Convention on…
Story | 14 Dec, 2021
In cooperation with the Public Investment Management Office of the Government of the Republic of Serbia a working lunch for key partners in Serbia was organised to discuss the application of Nature-based Solutions aimed at…
Press release | 06 Dec, 2021
Gland, Switzerland, 6 December 2021 (IUCN) - A new assessment of the coral reefs of the Western Indian Ocean shows that they are all at high risk of collapse within the next five decades. Ocean warming and overfishing were identified as the main threats.