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Project | 21 Jan, 2018 - 31 Oct, 2022
Key basins and aquifers for biodiversity and ecological services - Vjosa River
Project | 15 Jun, 2021 - 14 Jun, 2022
Community and youth engagement for wetlands conservation in the Buna River Delta
Project | 28 Jul, 2021 - 31 Oct, 2022
ey basins and aquifers for biodiversity and ecological services - Vjosa River
Story | 05 May, 2023
Saving Phu My, one of the Mekong Delta’s last natural grasslands
In 1996, Tran Triet as part of his PhD research at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, recommended to the Kien Giang government in Viet Nam that they conserve 60,000 hectares of seasonally flooded grassland in the southwest of the province. These grasslands are characterized by Eleocharis…
Grey literature | 2023
The 2023 IUCN Situation analysis on ecosystems of the Yellow Sea with particular reference to intertidal and associated coastal habitats.
The report provides an update on the status of the Yellow Sea ecosystem since the first publication of the IUCN Situation Analysis, more than ten years ago.
Story | 25 Apr, 2023
Cambodia Ramsar Site threatened by upstream dam operations, climate change and poaching
In April 2023, the Fishing Cat Ecological Enterprise (FCEE), an entity supported by IUCN’s Mekong WET project, published a Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (CCV
Blog | 10 Apr, 2023
Community-engagement to conserve Endangered Javan Silvery Gibbons in Indonesia
The conservation of the Javan silvery gibbon through rehabilitation, population re-enforcement and habitat protection to re-establish viable and self-sustainable populations of the species.
Actualité | 31 Mar, 2023
Le projet WACA se lance dans la restauration du chenal de Gbaga
Le Chenal de Gbaga, une zone humide d'importance internationale située entre le Togo et le Bénin fait partie de la Réserve de Biosphère du Mono dans sa partie togolaise.
News | 27 Mar, 2023
World Wetlands Day 2023 in Cambodia
On 2 February, Cambodia celebrated World Wetlands Day 2023 with the theme It’s time for Wetlands Restoration at Neth Yong High School, Battambang Province, which is one of the six provinces surrounding the Tonle Sap Lake, or the largest lake in Southeast Asia and the world’s…
Story | 27 Apr, 2023
New IUCN report shows loss of tidal wetlands in Yellow Sea slowing since 2013, but urgent action is still needed.
Urgent action is needed to conserve the endangered intertidal zone and associated habitats along the Yellow and Bohai Seas, with populations of globally threatened and near threatened waterbird species continuing to decline, according to IUCN’s new report titled …