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Prácticas en la Fundación Quebrantahuesos

La Fundación para la Conservación del Quebrantahuesos en España ofrece la posibilidad de realizar un módulo de prácticas en el “programa de cría de quebrantahuesos en aislamiento humano”.   …  

30 Mar 2011 | Event

Logotipo Comité Español de UICN

Reforestación con Groassis Waterboxx

La Embajada de los Países Bajos en España y el Comité Español de la UICN (CeUICN) organizan el próximo domingo, 10 de abril, una jornada de reforestación en el Parque de los Cerros de Alcalá de Henares. El evento se desarrollará de 10 a 13 horas y está enmarcado dentro del proyecto Iberclima, una iniciativa subvencionada por el Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino (MARM) y coordinada por el CeUICN, en la que también participan Fundación Naturaleza y Hombre, Nereo y Efe Verde. …  

30 Mar 2011 | Event

Cousin female wardens,  Jelle and Dorothy leading tours

A push for more women in conservation at Cousin Island

 Cousin Island Special Reserve in Seychelles is becoming a success story on increasing the role of women in conservation, with support from Nature Seychelles -  an IUCN member. Arriving at Cousin, visitors will not fail to notice the enthusiastic group of female wardens who will welcome them to the island. It might be the driver of the boat, one of the people pushing the boat, or the person leading a tour of the island. …  

30 Mar 2011 | News story
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Huascarán, Ecuador

Acting beyond boundaries to address urban water challenge

You cannot optimize water in cities without looking at the natural water basin or catchment areas which are serving them” said Dr Mark Smith, Director of the IUCN Water Programme during a recent workshop at the UN World Water Day conference in Cape Town. …  

30 Mar 2011 | News story
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Oil-soaked Northern Rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes moseleyi)  in the rehabilitation shed

Endangered penguins in rehab

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSBP), an IUCN Member, other conservationists and volunteers, are working hard to save a colony of threatened Northern Rockhopper penguins (Eudyptes moseleyi) after a devastating oil spill in the Tristan da Cunha archipelago. …  

29 Mar 2011 | News story

Moist evergreen forest in Mae Nan Khao, southern Thailand (2)

Giving Citizens a Voice in Environmental Management in Industry

IUCN Thailand and TATA Steel (Thailand) PLC are working together to identify stakeholders and their concerns relating to the environmental impact of the mini blast furnace plant operated by NTS Steel Group PLC, a subsidiary of TATA Steel Thailand, at the Hemaraj Industrial Estate in Bor Win, Chonburi province. …  

29 Mar 2011 | News story

Remote and marginalized cultures that have survived in balance with nature for thousands of years will simply disappear if climate change is allowed to go unchecked much longer.

Search for Nature Photojournalist of the Year

Photojournalists, both professional and amateur, are invited to enter the first ever Nature Images Awards organised by IUCN and French nature magazine Terre Sauvage. Judges will be looking for entries which use inspirational images of nature to demonstrate the unique relationship between people and the natural world. …   | Chinese

29 Mar 2011 | News story

Vegetable Garden

European SAVE Foundation eNews

Keep up to date on the latest reports from the field of conservation of endangered livestock breeds and agricultural plants through SAVE eNews.  IUCN Member, the European SAVE Foundation (Safeguard for Agricultural Varieties in Europe), recently released their latest email newsletter. …  

28 Mar 2011 | News story

IUCN's new conservation centre

A new Neighbour

IUCN European Member FIBA (La Fondation Internationale du Banc d’Arguin) has recently settled into their new offices at our Conservation Center in Gland, Switzerland. …  

28 Mar 2011 | News story

Sixoala watershed workshop

Climate change resilience and good water governance in Mesoamerica

A recent workshop in the Sixaola River watershed, located on the Caribbean side of the Costa Rica-Panama border, highlighted the vulnerability of communities to increasing climate change impacts. …   | Spanish

28 Mar 2011 | News story