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 | 31 Oct, 2021
CEESP News: by A Amarender Reddy, Centre Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture, Hyderabad, India *
Land degradation, water scarcity, poverty, and hunger are major problems faced in drylands across the world. Drylands are degraded across continents due to over-cultivation,…
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.
Story | 28 Apr, 2021
CEESP News: by Sangeeta Mangubhai, Wildlife Conservation Society *
Gender experts frequently talk about gender equality and gender equity, and although they sound familiar and are related terms, they have different meanings. Understanding these two terms is critical for a fair, just and…