Story | 01 Nov, 2021
CEESP News: by Nigel Dudley and Sue Stolton, Equilibrium Research *
Under current proposals from the Convention on Biological Diversity, a target is likely to be set for 30% of the world’s land surface to be set aside into protected and conserved areas. Over 60 countries have pledged to…
Story | 05 Jan, 2021
CEESP News: by Victor Bonito, Director, Reef Explorer Fiji
With corals and coral reefs facing increasing threats, coral restoration has become a growing tool for conservation and marine management practitioners.
Story | 22 Sep, 2020
CEESP News: by Kasandra-Zorica Ivanić, Sue Stolton, Carolina Figueroa Arango and Nigel Dudley
What do protected areas give back to local and more distant communities, if anything?
A new tool from the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas helps us find out. The Protected Areas…
Story | 03 Jun, 2020
CEESP News - Blog post by Robert Fletcher, Bram Büscher & Kate Massarella, Wageningen University, the Netherlands
Story | 28 Jun, 2019
CEESP News - by Dr. Marina Rosales Benites de Franco, Professor and Researcher of Federico Villarreal National University
Story | 11 Oct, 2017
CEESP News - by Fiona Wilton, OCC-Uruguay
Over the last decade, OCC-Uruguay has developed a collaborative, participatory and youth-focussed approach to marine and coastal protection – a new approach to conservation in this South American country!
Story | 14 May, 2015
Key recommendations by IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, on new and threatened natural World Heritage sites are released today ahead of the World Heritage Committee meeting which takes place in Bonn, Germany from 28 June to 8 July. IUCN recommends that Colombia’s Los…
Story | 02 Jan, 2011
The world’s forests are essential to life in all its diversity and to attaining humanity’s biggest goals such as reducing poverty, curbing climate change and achieving sustainable development. Throughout 2011 IUCN will work towards making sure that forests deliver their maximum potential for…
Press release | 20 May, 2010
This report reflects the progress made by BBP in 2009; the stories are selected to present our results in terms of delivering the planned programme activities.