Press release | 28 Nov, 2023
Cooperation among Central Asia countries to protect biodiversity and promote sustainable management of natural resources is gaining momentum. The Regional Dialogue on Transboundary Conservation in Central Asia held 28-30 November 2023 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, makes a significant stride in…
This regional dialogue aims to enable relevant actors from Central Asia, and those active in the region, to gain a common understanding of Nature-based Tourism and Transboundary Conservation as concepts, their value for the region, and learn about the experiences, challenges, and opportunities…
A multi-stakeholder regional dialogue among governmental bodies, civil society organizations, academics, and private sector with the aim to collaboratively identify and scale up innovative, sustainable pasture management practices and strategies in Central Asia, thereby contributing to the 3 Rio…
Project | 27 Dec, 2016 - 31 Mar, 2023
The work area of the Amazon 2.0 project is implemented in: Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Guyana, Suriname. Its mission is to strengthen forest governance models in indigenous and peasant territories of the Amazon biome.
Project | 31 Mar, 2021 - 30 Aug, 2025
Scaling up the EbA approach to increase the resilience to climate change of vulnerable communities and ecosystems in rural areas of Ecuador, Guatemala and Costa Rica.
Project | 01 Jan, 2019 - 31 May, 2022
BRIDGE promotes cooperation and water diplomacy in the 9 transboundary basins between Ecuador and Peru, and in the Titicaca basin, shared between Bolivia and Peru.
Project | 01 Apr, 2022 - 15 Feb, 2024
Project | 23 Jun, 2022 - 14 Jul, 2023
For over ten years, the Forest and Farm Facility has supported forest and farm producer organizations (FFPOs) to achieve significant results in gaining access to markets and better prices, leveraging financial resources, policy changes and tenure security, improving livelihoods, and…
News | 21 Sep, 2023
Cold Winter Deserts of Turan and Tugay Forests of the Tigrovaya Balka Nature Reserve are newly added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, following IUCN’s advice and the dedicated work of national authorities and international experts who supported the nominations.