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IUCN in mining dialogue

IUCN Oceania was part of a high level symposium on extractive industries, hosted by UNDP in Nadi, Fiji last week, and emphasized the need for governments and the mining sector to take extra-ordinary measures to rebalance the environment and social sectors and deliver long term sustainable development.   …  

25 Mar 2013 | Audio

Kadavu, Fiji Islands.

Momentum rolls on with Fiji's national biodiversity plan

National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) are the principal instruments for implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) at the national level and in the past few months IUCN has been supporting the Fiji Government, an IUCN State Member, to review its existing NBSAP Implementation Framework (2010 - 2014). …  

21 Mar 2013 | Article

Helen Pippard, IUCN Oceania

Helping governments, helping species

The CITES CoP 16 was an important event for the Pacific and IUCN's Helen Pippard was there to support the Pacific delegation.   …  

20 Mar 2013 | Article

IUCN Members' Assembly

IUCN Congress 2016: a green opportunity

After a successful World Conservation Congress held in Jeju, Republic of Korea in 2012, IUCN is looking ahead to the next Congress in 2016, and has launched the search for a host country. Please note that the schedule for the process of selecting the Host Country has been modified. …   | French | Spanish

15 Mar 2013 | News story

Alan Saunders, Regional Programme Coordinator, IUCN Oceania

New Regional Programme Coordinator appointed

 Mr. Alan Saunders has been appointed Regional Programme Coordinator for IUCN Oceania. …  

15 Mar 2013 | News story
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Mangroves, Tetepare, Solomon Islands

New mangrove project launched in the Pacific

A new five-year project to restore mangrove forests in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu was launched today by U.S. Ambassador Walter E. North. IUCN Oceania was part of this launch in PNG. …  

12 Mar 2013 | Article

Solomon Islands.

Solomon Islands serious about green economy transition

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo is convinced that vital economic sectors in Solomon Islands should move to a green economy approach. …  

07 Mar 2013 | News story

Bluefin tuna

Pacific Countries are the largest donors in the world

Considering the extent of the fisheries resources that are extracted from our region, we could say that Pacific Countries are the largest donors in the world,” says Dr Transform Aqorau - Director for the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) at the Solomon Islands PM’s Roundtable on Development, Society and Environment. …  

06 Mar 2013 | News story

A wood carver in Solomon Islands.

Solomon Island’s uncontrolled logging dilemma: Roundtable’s agenda

Discussions at the Solomon Islands Prime Minister’s Roundtable on Development, Society and Environment continues today in Honiara with logging being the subject of the morning session. …  

05 Mar 2013 | News story

Lionfish swimming around the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Australia leading the way in ocean conservation

During September 2012 the IUCN World Conservation Congress in South Korea adopted a resolution congratulating Australia for its landmark announcement to establish the world’s largest network of marine reserves, and urging Australia to proclaim the network swiftly. Just weeks later the Australian Government did just that, and set in law the national network of marine reserves showing the world that Australia means business when it comes to protecting our oceans. …  

05 Mar 2013 | Article
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