Press release | 08 Dec, 2022
Montreal, Canada, 8 December 2022 (IUCN) - Twenty million jobs could be created by further harnessing the power of nature to address major challenges facing society, such as climate change, disaster risk, and food and water insecurity.
Story | 29 Nov, 2022
Primary forests including intact forest landscapes (PF-IFL) are more important for us to preserve than other forests. Let that sink in. See this story map to explore the issues around PF-IFL, learn through case studies from forests across the world, and understand what you can do to help.…
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 | 11 Apr, 2022
CEESP News: Emmanuel Mvé Mebia, IUCN CEESP member.
Based on the recommendations of the 2nd International Forum of Indigenous Peoples of Central Africa (Impfondo, March 15-18, 2011), this article reflects the action plan to coordinate efforts to protect the rights of Indigenous Peoples.…
Story | 04 Apr, 2022
CEESP News: Mahawa Komala, Mandela Washington Fellow for Young African Leaders with CI’s Center for Communities and Conservation
Reflecting on her work with everyday ghandis in northern Liberia, Mahawa Komala describes how engaging communities in forest management in Liberia in times of…
Story | 29 Nov, 2021
Grassroots action for the restoration of your local ecosystem is a means to engage yourself and the community around you to become part of the change that you are trying to achieve, according to the IUCN Community-Organizing Toolkit on Ecosystem Restoration.