Climate Change

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Climate Change” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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IUCN engages on this issue from multiple perspectives, from assessing the risks that climate change poses to biodiversity, to advancing practical...
Momentum is everything. The U.S. State of California and city of San Francisco kept climate action momentum fresh in our minds by bringing...
The Global Climate Action Summit (13-14 September 2018) and associated events provided a self-described, “launchpad for deeper worldwide commitments and accelerated action from countries – supported...
The oceans have absorbed between 24% and 33% of anthropogenic carbon dioxide CO2) emissions during the past five decades. While this uptake provides a valuable service to human societies by...
Climate change is severely and rapidly impacting species, ecosystems and people around the globe. Climate change and ocean acidification are...
Ocean Warming Ocean warming may well turn out to be the greatest hidden challenge of our generation. Up to now, the ocean has shielded us from the worst impacts of climate change by absorbing...
The World Conservation Congress, at its 2016 session in Hawai‘i, USA called for a task team of experts to a draft policy statement to be approved by...
Stay updated on the work of the primary forests including intact forest landscapes task team as they craft policy to mainstream and codify the importance these forests into conservation and land use...
On Friday 14th of September, Ms Sandeep K. Singh, Director of the Department of Environment from the Ministry of Waterways and Environment, launched...
Fiji is committed to 30% Marine Protected Areas for its ocean. Fiji is launching a report that forms an important building block for delivering on this commitment. Fiji has an amazing marine...
At an affiliate event in San Francisco, IUCN and partners showcase how investing in nature builds human resilience
Building Resilience Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow, an event hosted by the UN A2R Climate Resilience Initiative, the Stockholm Resilience Centre, ICF, and BSR on September 11 at the Global Climate...
This section provides information and legal analysis from WCEL Members at country and regional level as a contribution to the development,...
WCEL Country and Region Reports engages the expertise and enthusiasm of WCEL's nearly 1,000 members by sharing brief member-authored contributions from countries and regions across the world. Reports...
The need to introduce sustainable forest management practices into Pakistan’s forestry was highlighted by experts at a two-day workshop organized by...
 About 60 senior forestry professionals, policy makers and managers from Forest and Wildlife Departments of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Balochistan Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan...
Avoiding and reducing CO2 emissions through preventing deforestation, conserving forest carbon stocks and the sustainable management of all types of...
Slowing the global deforestation rate is focused on the sustainable management and protection of all types of forests within a broader land use context, conserving benefits from forests, reducing...
  Project title: Utilising landscape scale forest ecosystem rehabilitation as a cost effective bridge for the integrated deployment of national land-based mitigation and adaptation strategies...
While countries have broadly recognised the role of forests in climate change mitigation and adaptation in their Nationally Determined Contributions...
Globally, the financial implications of degradation and deforestation are compelling. In 2008, annual economic losses from deforestation and degradation were estimated at €1.5–3.4 trillion, equal to...

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