News | 14 Sep, 2022
Following on from five years of action in the Buna River Velipoje Protected Landscape, the partners of the Living Buna project have shared two of their successful solutions for improved protected area conservation through ‘PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet’. Both solutions respond to…
Story | 02 Sep, 2022
By Julia Horwitz
Story | 25 Jul, 2022
IUCN team of experts has delivered a set of training events in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia from March to July 2022 aiming to facilitate experience sharing, strengthen knowledge, and sensitise decision-makers, planners, and practitioners on the role of Nature-based…
Story | 20 Jul, 2022
Until now, there has been no systematic and consistent approach to legal and policy analysis that addresses the integration of Nature-based Solutions (NbS) into development strategies, sectoral policies and legal instruments to tackle climate change and disaster risks. In responding to this gap…
Page | 01 Jul, 2022
Increasing ecosystem and community resilience to climate change and environmental degradation by applying Nature-based solutions in the Western Balkans
Story | 12 Apr, 2022
ArAves, a member-based conservation organisation from Armenia and the Urban Research Institute from Albania have joined IUCN, the world’s largest global environmental network. We wish them a warm welcome and look forward to their engagement and contributions!
Story | 02 Feb, 2022
To celebrate the 2022 World Wetlands Day, the Living Buna project partners release two videos portraying the efforts of the local community to safeguard the wetlands in the Buna River delta in Albania.
Story | 12 Oct, 2021
Three new regional Bonn Challenge pledges were announced today at the Ministerial Meeting on Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) and the ECCA30/Bonn Challenge in Eastern and South-East Europe organised by FAO and UNECE, in cooperation with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN…
Story | 28 Apr, 2021
There is a need to protect the Vjosa River Valley along its full length, including its tributaries - confirms the new IUCN WCPA authored study.
Project | 01 Nov, 2019 - 30 Jun, 2022
DestiMED PLUS is the next step on a journey to evolve the Mediterranean into an internationally recognized ecotourism destination, where regions support protected areas through improved planning, policies, and promotion strategies that link tourism with conservation. The project builds on the…