Story | 30 Oct, 2023
Member of the CEESP's Green Criminology Specialist Group publishes the book "Green Criminology for Mexico: Developing a Green Perspective in Mexico's Criminological Heritage"
Story | 07 Aug, 2023
The case of Virunga National Park. Without the involvement of young people living in the vicinity of protected areas, ecosystem conservation and management will always have failures and serious problems.
Story | 10 Dec, 2022
Environmental Human Rights defenders, including Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities, women and youth, continue to shape global discussions and actions to address the climate and biodiversity crisis. As front-line defenders against environmental degradation, their activism contributes…
Artículo | 07 Dec, 2022
CEESP News: José Luis Carpio Domínguez, Unidad Académica Multidisciplinaria Reynosa Aztlán, Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, México, Jesús Ignacio Castro Salazar, Tecnológico Nacional de México, Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Abasolo, México, e Inés Arroyo Quiroz, Centro Regional de…
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…
Story | 25 May, 2021
CEESP News: by Helen Anthem and David Johnson *
At the IUCN World Conservation Congress, the Union’s 1,400 Member organisations democratically determine the most pressing issues in nature conservation and agree actions to address them. But very few of the motions proposed for Congress in…
Story | 12 May, 2021
A video is now available of the public event held April 20, 2021, to celebrate the launch of the new CCRN book, co-published by IUCN-CEESP: Communities, Conservation and Livelihoods.