Ms Patti Moore & Dr Bill Jackson

IUCN Puts Nature at the Centre of Climate Change Law and Policy Discussions

IUCN India, in collaboration with the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law (CEL) and the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India, initiated the first conference on Climate Change Law and Governance in South Asia from 20 – 21 August, 2010 in New Delhi, India. The forum sought to provide a platform for informed discussion by bringing together leading policy and decision makers from India and abroad to explore how the mechanism of law could be used to tackle the growing threat of climate change. …  

06 Sep 2010 | Event

LLS India

Livelihoods and landscapes in Orissa, India: from an enterprise-based approach towards whole landscape planning

In Orissa, India, IUCN Member Winrock International India (WII) is working with local communities to better manage forests within a wider agricultural landscape. …  

21 Jul 2010 | Downloads - document

IUCN Commission on Environmental Law (CEL)

BRICs Law and Policy Dialogue on Climate Change & Biodiversity

Climate Change Law and Governance in South Asia - IUCN Commission on Environmental Law Conference to be held in New Delhi on August 20th - 21st, 2010 Venue: Auditorium, India International Center, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi …  

19 Jul 2010 | Event

Fisherfolk attending focussed group discussion in Tonle Sap, Cambodia

Linking Grassroots Action to Policy Formation

The Copenhagen Summit held last year brought forth several recommendations and highlighted the immediate requirements for combating/mitigating climate change. Though the Summit came up with a mixed bag of events and resolutions, it is important to take forward the recommendations and build on the positive aspects. We also need to ensure that the national and international policies, strategies and actions are fully informed by the results, outcomes and perspectives coming from field actions in climate change. …  

19 Jul 2010 | Event

Orchid

Indian Orchids under Threat

India has a rich diversity of over 1,200 species of tropical and temperate orchids, including many with floriculturally and therapeutically proven traits. The majority of them are, however, endangered due to unregulated commercial collection and habitat destruction. …  

04 Jun 2010 | News story

Mangroves, Vanua Levu, Fiji

Mangrove forests in worldwide decline

More than one in six mangrove species worldwide are in danger of extinction due to coastal development and other factors, including climate change, logging and agriculture, according to the first-ever global assessment on the conservation status of mangroves for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™. …  

09 Apr 2010 | International news release

Kumbhalgarh Map

Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) carries out biodiversity assessment of the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary in India

The Biodiversity of Kumbhalgarh, Phulwari-ki-Nal and Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuaries, located in the Southern Aravalli Hills, Rajasthan, India, were assessed to make an inventory of the flora and fauna of the area and prepare appropriate conservation action plans by an IUCN member Foundation for Ecological Security (FES). …  

09 Mar 2010 | News story

IUCN @ 7th Winrock II biofuels conference

IUCN brings sustainability discussions to member conference on biofuels

A team of IUCN colleagues participated in the 7th International Biofuels Conference organized by IUCN member, Winrock International India, which took place in New Delhi on the 11th and 12th February, 2010. …  

22 Feb 2010 | News story

IUCN-ADB to publish River Basin Management cases across Asia-Pacific

IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, Asia Regional Water and Wetlands Programme and the Asian Development Bank have begun work on a new study of river basin management in the Asia-Pacific region. …  

12 Feb 2010 | News story
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