At the forefront of the impacts of climate change, islands ask for their concerns to be heard and offer solutions and commitments towards adaptation and mitigation.
On 23 November, 2015, representatives from 11 countries, experts from international agencies, civil society and NGOs will come together for a Regional Consultation on the “Blue Economy for Climate Change Resilience: Towards a Regional Vision”.
Coastal and marine nature-based solutions to support mitigation and adaptation activities.
Your excellency, Ollanta Humala, President of the Republic of Peru Your Excellency, Francois Hollande, President of the Republic of France Your Excellency Mogens Lykketoft, President of the General Assembly Excellencies Ladies and gentlemen
At the invitation of French President François Hollande, IUCN’s Director General, Inger Andersen, travelled with a high-level delegation this week to the Philippines to see first-hand the impacts of climate change on the island nation and mobilise support for...
The Katoomba workshop on June 25-27, 2010 on coastal management, mangroves, and carbon sequestration brought together more than 70 carbon market specialists and mangrove experts from 14 countries to discuss the opportunities and issues related to mangrove...
Previous to the Antarctic Treaty Meeting of Experts scheduled for the 6–9th of April 2010 in Svolvær, Norway (link), the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition (ASOC) released the results of two studies on the impact of climate change on species.
FORMULAIRE DE CANDIDATURES /APPLICATION FORM PACO
International negotiations towards formulation of a long-term cooperative action to manage the adverse impacts of climate change have entered into an important phase.
Based on the real-life experiences of three polar explorers on a 73-day ocean survey in 2009, new learning materials are free to download. Parents and teachers will want to explore these educational activities on climate change and the Arctic Ocean, says CEC...