Environmental Governance

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Environmental Governance” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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CEESP News - by Dr. Marina Rosales Benites de Franco, Professor and Researcher of Federico Villarreal National University The Intergovernmental...
Chapter 6 in IPBES' regional assessment report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services For the Americas emphasizes that in most countries of the region, the environment is mostly dealt with as a...
CEESP News: by Dr. Nathan Bennett, Chair of the CEESP 'People and the Oceans' Specialist Group, and Dr Ameyali Ramos Castillo, Deputy Chair of CEESP...
Research shows that the rate of tree cover loss is less than half in community and indigenous lands compared to elsewhere and that Indigenous peoples and local communities are investing substantially...
CEESP News - Anita Varghese, Keystone Foundation and Dilys Roe, SULi Chair How does conservation and development fare in the context of India and...
Globally, biodiverse-rich areas coincide with regions of high poverty. Yet often poor people have limited rights to access or use the biodiversity on their doorstep.  This scenario characterizes many...
CEESP NEWS - by Dr. Purabi Bose, Deputy Chair of the CEESP Theme on Governace, Equity and Rights (TGER) How does multi-stakeholder dialogue matter...
Members of the CEESP Theme on Governance, Equity and Rights (TGER) led a multi-stakeholder dialogue during the  17th Biennial Conference by the International Association for the Study of Commons (...
This week we launched the 2nd and final public consultation on IUCN Global Nature based Solutions for Societal needs – climate change, disasters,...
Follow us at: IUCN Global NbS Standard - #day4yoursay Given the environmental crisis and sustainability challenges we face right now, we need to fundamentally change our relationship with nature...
The World Environmental Hubs (WEH) is a framework for evaluating and certifying cities and regions which place environmental sustainability,...
Population growth and urban expansion have increased the challenge of ensuring that citizens have access to basic needs such as food, water, and energy, and are protected from more frequent and...
Outcomes of the 3rd Session of the Intergovernmental Conference (IGC) on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond...
Following two weeks of intense negotiations at United Nations headquarters in New York, delegates and civil society applauded progress towards a new treaty to help safeguard ocean life beyond...
WCEL members Jonathan Liljeblad and Bas Verschuuren co-edited a book featuring indigenous voices and indigenous perspectives on indigenous sacred...
"Indigenous Perspectives on Sacred Natural Sites: Culture, Governance and Conservation" seeks to support efforts to redress the marginalization of indigenous voices in conservation discourse by...
Environmental Governance is the means by which society determines and acts on goals and priorities related to the management of natural resources.
Environmental Governance includes the rules, both formal and informal, that govern human behavior in decision-making processes as well as the decisions themselves. Appropriate legal frameworks on the...
CEESP News  The Chair of CEESP seeks nominations/expressions of interest for the position of TGER Chair. Candidates for the Chair should preferably...
The CEESP Theme on Governance, Equity and Rights (TGER) works to advance approaches to the conservation of nature that are grounded in and promote good governance, social equity and human rights....
Agriculture plays a crucial role in European society, securing the production of sufficient and safe food and sustaining viable rural communities....
“Around half of EU land is farmed, and agriculture is the most frequently reported pressure with negative impacts on the state of nature in Europe,” said Alberto Arroyo Schnell, Senior Policy Manager...

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