This Q&A session over lunch will bring economic representatives from five African and Pacific countries involved in the BIODEV2030 project to share their experience mainstreaming biodiversity in their sector to reconcile conservation and economic development.
The Contributions for Nature platform allows IUCN Members to document where they are undertaking (or planning to undertake) conservation and restoration actions. It overlays data for biodiversity and for nature-based solutions to climate change.
Story | 01 Mar, 2021
Gland, Switzerland, 01 March 2021 (IUCN) – The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) today published its Global Typology of Ecosystems, the first-…
Story | 19 Feb, 2021
CEESP News by Tobiloba Akibo, Tunji Adejumo, Kharbal James Kaltho (CEESP-member) & Ibrahim Bala Girku *
The Society of Landscape Architects in Nigeria (SLAN) launced a lecture series with the theme “UN Decade of Ecological Restoration,”…
Story | 12 Mar, 2020
All coastal and marine ecosystems are critical to human well-being and global biodiversity. Mangroves, coral reefs, and seagrass beds are examples of these. But urban and rural infrastructure investments are having a heavy negative impact on these systems, and it is…