Social Policy

Bangladesh is situated on one of the largest river deltas in the world and is highly vulnerable to the steadily increasing effects of climate change...
Implemented since May 2016 by local NGO Community Development Centre (CODEC), the “Restoration of coastal vegetation in Hnila Union Teknaf Peninsula” project aims to enhance the resilience of coastal...
CEESP News By Cory W. Whitney The application of alternative modeling approaches could be expanded to help bridge the social and biological...
The application of alternative modeling approaches such as Bayesian Networks (BN) could be expanded within the SULi working group to help bridge the social and biological strengths of IUCN’s SSC and...
CEESP News -  By Dr Rosie Cooney, SULi Chair and Dr Rebecca Cross, SULi Programme Office 2016 was a very eventful year for the IUCN Sustainable Use...
Collaborative Partnership for Wildlife event at the IUCN WCC, Hawai'i, in September 2016. Eight partner organizations took part, including (from L to R): Braulio de Souza Dias, CBD Executive...
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CEESP News - by Christoph Weigl A study conducted as part of an Imperial College London degree in collaboration with the Agricultural University of...
Renewable energy sources and continual innovation in energy efficiency are the most promising strategies towards a low-carbon future. However, their realisation is often subject to high costs and, in...
Comme il s'agit ici du premier bulletin de la Commission depuis le Congrès mondial de la nature à Hawaï, je voudrais présenter le cadre général de...
En tant que Commission de l'UICN, nous avons pour tâche de contribuer à la mission de l'UICN en produisant et en diffusant des connaissances, en mobilisant des soutiens, et en faisant la promotion de...
CEESP News - by Kristen Walker- Painemilla, February 2017   As this is the first Chair's Note since the World Conservation Congress in Hawaii, I...
As a Commission of IUCN, we are charged with contributing to the IUCN mission by generating and disseminating knowledge, mobilizing influence, and promoting actions to harmonize the conservation of...
View of Auckland from Maungawhau / Mount Eden volcanic cone, a sacred Māori site in the middle of Auckland city
CEESP News -  By: Wendy Jackson and Alison Ormsby Much has been written about sacred sites in urban areas, which tend to be human-built structures...
Wendy Jackson and Alison Ormsby (both CEESP members) recently published an article in Urban Ecosystems (DOI 10.1007/s11252-016-0623-4) on sacred natural sites (SNS) in urban settings. Much...
CEESP News - by Kristen Walker- Painemilla, February 2017 Ya que este es el primer boletín de la Comisión desde el Congreso Mundial para la...
Como Comisión de la UICN, somos responsables de contribuir a la misión de esta mediante la generación y difusión de conocimiento, la movilización de influencia, y la promoción de acciones para...
If you have a concern or a grievance about the decision on your LoI or any aspect of the CEPF programme in Indo-Burma more broadly, please contact the RIT (CEPF-Indoburma@iucn.org) and we will be...
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Local people fishing in Tanguar Hoar, Bangladesh 2007
The Theme on Culture, Spirituality and Conservation (CSC) focuses on increasing understanding of the relationships between culture, biocultural...
The theme will provide technical advice on evolving norms, policies and the implementation of the World Heritage Convention and other protection efforts, as well as assessments of proposed natural...

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