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  • Hike to the wolf house ruins

    Sonoma County’s new approach to the State Parks System

    19.01.2018

    By Pamela Lanier and Jessica Hughes After being run by the government since their creation, facing the threat of being closed down after the Great Recession, Jack London State Historic Park and Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in Sonoma County, California (USA)...

  • Cheetah

    MOOCs and protected areas capacity building – where we stand

    16.01.2018

    Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are now an undeniable part of the education landscape. Their development really started to take off in 2012 and there are now over 7,000 of them mainly from European and North American universities. MOOCs are a...

  • Elephants in Kenya

    An analysis of non-state protected area governance in Kenya

    15.01.2018

    By Phil Franks, IIED IUCN-Papaco and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) conducted a survey of non-State protected areas in Kenya where this type of governance is fairly common. These kinds of governance arrangements deserve...

  • Swiss Alps, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland

    Open Call for the testing and application of the IUCN Green List Sustainability Standard in Natura 2000 sites

    15.01.2018

    IUCN invites Natura 2000 sites managers to apply for participation in the testing phase of the ‘Green List for N2K’ project. Deadline for application: 13th April 2018.

  • Turismo - Cuyabeno - Ecuador

    Piscicultura y turismo de naturaleza, dos grandes oportunidades productivas sostenibles para la Amazonía

    15.12.2017

    Los ecosistemas acuáticos de la Amazonía no solo son vitales para la cosmovisión de sus habitantes, sino que albergan una gran riqueza biológica, entre esta, los peces. La piscicultura es una opción sustentable que se puede fortalecer a partir de experiencias...

  • Large-Scale Marine Protected Areas: Guidelines for Design and Management

    13.12.2017

    The IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas and Big Ocean are proud to announce the latest addition in the IUCN WCPA Best Practice Protected Areas Guidelines Series: Large-Scale Marine Protected Areas: Guidelines for Design and Management.

  • Dan continues to SCUBA dive to explore and be inspired by the ocean

    Dan Laffoley : IUCN’s Neptune

    11.12.2017

    Dan is a well respected leading global expert on ocean conservation. At IUCN, he is the Principal Advisor for Marine Science and Conservation with the Global Marine and Polar Programme, and has been the Marine Vice Chair for the IUCN World...

  • Views from Gorbeia Natural Park, Spain

    Participatory scenario planning

    11.12.2017

    By Ignacio Palomo How can we manage a large protected area system with reduced public funding resources and new challenges arising from multiple drivers of change? This was the question that EUROPARC Spain, an institution that mobilises multiple...

  • Bhutan

    International Mountain Day

    05.12.2017

    Take time to reflect on mountain landscapes, people and pressures.

  • Kawésqar communities in Chile have protected their environment for centuries

    The Kawésqar legacy

    29.11.2017

    With governance diversity a key theme in conservation, our inspiring person this month is Carolina Huenucoy, the President of the Kawésqar community of Puerto Eden in patagonian Chile.  Read our interview where she talks about their community...

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