Story | 07 Jun, 2022
Addressing gender-based violence and environment linkages to deliver improved rights-based, gender-responsive conservation, climate action and sustainable development for all.
Story | 29 Oct, 2021
This International Black Sea Action Day, 31st October, 11 habitats of Red-List Endangered Black Sea harbour porpoises and bottlenose dolphins as well as Vulnerable Black Sea common dolphins have been formally awarded Important Marine Mammal Area (IMMA) status by the…
Story | 24 Oct, 2021
CEESP News: by Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir *
Story | 16 Aug, 2021
IUCN is publishing a worldwide collection of case studies that provide concrete illustrations of how aquaculture can be part of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), sharing conservation objectives with the community while outlining critical issues that should be explored on a case-by-case basis. Today…
Story | 27 May, 2021
What the ocean means to the Global Stocktake (GST) has been analysed by multiple conservation organisations in this new report. The conclusion? The ocean, as a central part in the Earth's climate system, must also be central to the UNFCCC’s GST.
Story | 12 Jan, 2021
CEESP News: by Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir*
The combined impact of climate change and COVID-19 pandemic is aggravating the marginalisation of the indigenous and local communities in the Sundarbans, an area which spans across the regions of Bangladesh and India. Majority have lost their…
Story | 14 Dec, 2020
The new dates for IMPAC5, Vancouver, Canada, have been announced: 23-29 June 2022. Co-hosts IUCN and the Canadian Government, together with the international committee for IMPAC5, invite you to prepare.
Story | 08 Dec, 2020
Around the world, gender-based violence affects sustainable and equitable natural resource access and control - and solutions are urgently needed. Four projects will work to address these issues in wildlife and forestry conservation.
Story | 10 Aug, 2020
CEESP News: by Carol J. Pierce Colfer, member of CEESP; Senior Associate at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); Visiting Scholar at Cornell University’s Southeast Asia Program, Ithaca, New York, USA
Story | 06 Aug, 2020
Around the world, the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed and deepened existing patterns of social inequality and vulnerability. In particular, indigenous peoples face disproportionate and severe impacts, reflecting long-standing disparities in health services, economic access and…