Grey literature | 2018
This document aims to share highlights of the most current and compelling evidence for connecting people with nature to aid decision makers from diverse sectors across the world in implementing policies and practices that will help humans thrive in harmony with nature for decades to come.
Grey literature | 2018
This report presents the growing body of evidence that people’s relationship with nature profoundly influences their behaviours toward the Earth. At a time when the world is confronted with growing environmental threats, better understanding the critical connection between people and nature is…
Story | 21 Jun, 2022
The BIODEV2030 project, launched in early 2020 supports the country's development ambition, while promoting the adoption of voluntary sectoral commitments that incorporate ambitious biodiversity conservation and restoration measures.
Story | 17 Jun, 2022
IUCN welcomes with relief and gratitude the negotiated decisions on fishing subsidies made yesterday by the world’s Trade Ministers at the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) MC12 Trade Ministers’ forum.
Grey literature | 2021
A 2021 study led by members of CEESP's Theme on Human Wellbeing and Sustainable Livelihoods provides yet more evidence that conservation led by Indigenous Peoples and local communities, based around their own knowledge systems and…
DG Statement | 04 Jun, 2022
Exactly 50 years ago, countries gathered in Stockholm for the first time around a common goal: to protect the global environment. As the world marks half a century of multilateral environmental action, IUCN calls for urgent, bold efforts towards a truly sustainable global economy.
Story | 25 May, 2022
This report is the first step in identifying and targeting priority interventions and solutions that can support local marine-based communities. The study highlights seaweed farming, sea cucumber farming, and finfish farming as key opportunities. There is an overview of strengths and weaknesses…
Story | 24 May, 2022
Davos, Switzerland, 24 May 2022 -- IUCN and the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) announced today at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting that they will engage Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities to ensure their voices and…
Story | 05 May, 2022
CEESP News: Patricia Dunne, CEESP member and Director of Applied Social Science at Conservation International (CI) and Alli Cruz, Senior Manager, Indigenous & Traditional Peoples Program at CI.
Story | 05 Apr, 2022
Research into the economic aspects of the Marine Plastics and Coastal Communities project, to contain and reduce plastic pollution in the ocean, delivers insight into the true costs of plastic pollution on communities, livelihoods, coasts, and the global ocean.