2011

CEC member wins “CLIMATE 2011 Best Paper Award” for his paper “Environmental Performance and Vulnerability to Climate Change: A Case Study of India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan”.

CEC member wins CLIMATE 2011 Best Paper Award

How do India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan engage in addressing environmental severity induced by climate change? CEC member Medani Bhadari uses a global and regional comparative matrix in his award-winning paper. …  

19 Dec 2011 | News story

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Natural Connections Conference 2012

Achieving more with less across rural and urban landscapes. A conference hosted by CEC member Diana Pound of dialogue matters. …  

19 Dec 2011 | News story

Ardeel Létang from the Finance Department carefully planting a Clivia seedling

IUCN staff transplant Clivia miniata seedlings at Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden

IUCN staff from the South Africa office supported the work of South Africa National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) on Thursday last week by transplanting Clivia miniata (bush lily) seedlings at the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens in Johannesburg, South Africa. The activity was part of the team building exercise as well as a demonstration of environmental responsibility. SANBI is an institute under an IUCN member, the Department of Environmental Affairs.   …  

19 Dec 2011 | News story
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Water onion, the recent IUCN Red list Threatened species, Naka canal, Ranong, Thailand

A local community on a global mission

The recent listing of the water onion (Crinum thaianum) on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ connects the dots between local and global concerns  
 

19 Dec 2011 | News story
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Foro IPBES: Uno para todos, todos para uno

¿Desea usted ayudar a darle forma a la Plataforma Intergubernamental Científico-Normativa sobre Diversidad Biológica y Servicios de los Ecosistemas (IPBES) y a definir sus objetivos? ¿Desea compartir sus conocimientos y experiencias con los gobiernos y otros decisores políticos? Esta es su oportunidad. El Foro de Interesados en la IPBES es un nuevo grupo de discusión por correo electrónico para todos los interesados en promover la participación de científicos, organizaciones conservacionistas, empresas y otros actores de la sociedad civil en la IPBES. …   | English | French

19 Dec 2011 | News story

Conservation Leadership Masters Program

Conservation Leadership Through Learning is a new 24-month Master of Science degree offered jointly by two schools in the United States and Mexico. …  

17 Dec 2011 | News story

Experimenting with camera equipment and filming

Participatory Video in Northern Uganda

Participatory Video (PV) is an innovative way of empowering and sharing communities’ voices on development and environmental challenges and solutions.Training of PV was introduced by the IUCN Water Programme, following the objective to visually document projects and strengthen communication capacities. …  

16 Dec 2011 | News story

Leaders for Nature

Companies sign statement for biodiversity and ecosystems

Eleven Dutch and multinational companies have signed a statement of intent to develop concrete projects on biodiversity and ecosystems in the Netherlands and abroad. They have agreed upon this with IUCN NL, the Netherlands committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), during a high-level meeting in The Hague. …  

16 Dec 2011 | News story

IPBES

IUCN Experts on IPBES benefits

Tune in to a series of interviews and find out what is the role and benefits of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). The interviews include various biodiversity experts from international organizations, NGOs, academia and scientific bodies - among these IUCN and its Members. …  

16 Dec 2011 | News story

Holcim

Cátedra Holcim: Retos ambientales del Desarrollo

Expertos reunidos en Sevilla debaten sobre la sostenibilidad ambiental en tiempos de crisis …  

16 Dec 2011 | News story

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