Crossroads blog | 22 Feb, 2022
The addax desert antelope may be the world’s rarest hoofed mammal, with as few as 100 animals left in the wild. Despite oil exploration and extraction in and around their last remaining habitat, conservation efforts can still save the species from extinction if government agencies, big business…
Story | 02 Feb, 2022
Open call for the position of Green Climate Fund Consultant in the frame of ADAPT: Nature-based Solutions for resilient societies in the Western Balkans.
Story | 02 Nov, 2021
IUCN Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Centrals Asia (ECARO) seeks one (1) international consultant specialised in hydrological engineering and 1 consulting company or team of consultants specialised in biodiversity, GIS, socio-economic and…
Story | 07 Apr, 2021
IUCN Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Centrals Asia (ECARO) seeks five (5) applications from qualified individuals based in Serbia to serve as independent experts within the ADAPT project: Nature-based Solutions for resilient societies in…
Story | 28 Aug, 2020
The Western Balkans are highly prone to climate change, affecting water resources, while predictions indicate increases in extreme weather events leading to repeated disasters.