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11A-004-028 Markhor in Tree WCS Pakistan, SOS Save OUr Species

Cultural Cooperation and Markhor Conservation in Gilgit-Baltistan

In some ways conservation of the Endangered Markhor (Capra falconeri) in northern Pakistan is complicated by geography according to SOS Grantee Mayoor Khan, Progamme Manager with WCS Pakistan. Tapping into the spirit of community that transcends the region’s physical and cultural borders is key. …  

10 Sep 2014 | News story

Ray in Phoenix Islands Protected Area, Kiribati

Launch of Pacific regional observatory for protected areas and biodiversity

The Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management (BIOPAMA) Programme is pleased to announce the commencement of an important new partnership that will see the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) as the host organization for the Regional Observatory for Protected Areas and Biodiversity in the Pacific Islands region. …  

10 Sep 2014 | News story

Mieke van der Wansem explaining negotiation theory at BIOPAMA training (South Africa, 19-21 August 2014)

Call for applications – negotiation skills training for resolving conflicts in and around protected areas in Eastern and Southern Africa

BIOPAMA (Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management Programme), in collaboration with the Sustainability Challenge Foundation, is offering training on stakeholder engagement and negotiation skills, using the Mutual Gains Approach, to support efforts to better secure protected areas and key biodiversity areas in the Eastern and Southern African region. …  

08 Sep 2014 | News story

Solar panels shown here of the 40kw grid-connected solar pv system installed at the Motofuoua Secondary School, Vaitupu, Tuvalu

Innovative partnership helps Pacific Island countries reach their renewable energy targets

Several Pacific Island countries are edging closer to reaching their renewable energy targets thanks to funding from the three European governments of Italy, Austria and Luxembourg. …  

08 Sep 2014 | News story

Aldabra Banded Snail (Rhachistia aldabrae)

Extinct snail re-discovered in Seychelles

A field expedition on Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles, has resulted in the re-discovery of the Aldabra Banded Snail (Rhachistia aldabrae), which was declared extinct in 2007. This snail was locally abundant in the 1970s but its numbers fell rapidly, likely due to the increasing frequency of dry years on Aldabra as a result of climate change. The last time a living individual of the species was recorded was in 1997. …  

05 Sep 2014 | News story

Quinto Taller Nacional del Proyecto Amazonía más allá de las fronteras

En Manaos se desarrolla el quinto Taller Nacional del Proyecto Amazonía más allá de las fronteras

 La Oficina Regional para América del Sur de la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (UICN), a través Del Proyecto Amazonía más Allá de las fronteras, desarrolla el quinto Taller Nacional para identificar buenas prácticas de gestión de áreas protegidas del bioma Amazónico, este 3, 4 y 5 de septiembre en Manaos, Brasil. …  

05 Sep 2014 | News story

Taller Creación de Capacidades en los Investigadores Peruanos sobre la a aplicación de las Categorías y Criterios de la Lista Roja de UICN

Las especies amenazadas de flora del Perú son evaluadas

 777 especies de flora del Perú fueron incluidas en la Lista Roja de especies amenazadas del Perú del año 2006; a partir de ese esfuerzo, el Ministerio del Ambiente (MINAM) y el Servicio Forestal del Ministerio de Agricultura y Riego (SERFOR) están liderando la actualización de la lista roja de flora para este país. …  

05 Sep 2014 | News story

Both islands use diesel powered boats such as this for fishing and transportation.

Oceania Centre for Sustainable Transport receives grant for low-carbon sea transport

The Oceania Centre for Sustainable Transport (OCST) has been awarded a grant of EUR 30,000 from the Transformations to Sustainability Programme of the International Social Science Council to help the Pacific Islands region shift to more environmentally-friendly forms of sea transport. …  

04 Sep 2014 | News story

Ministers signing the Pacific Mangroves Charter at the UN 3rd International Conference on SIDS in Apia, Samoa

Samoa leads five Pacific Island nations in signing up to the Pacific Mangroves Charter

Environment Ministers of five Pacific Island countries – Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Palau, Samoa and Vanuatu – have committed to increase efforts to conserve mangroves, by signing the Pacific Mangroves Charter at a side event of the 3rd United Nations International Conference on Small Islands Developing States (SIDS). …  

04 Sep 2014 | News story

The 12th meeting of the National Coordinating Body (NCB) of the Mangroves for the Future (MFF) Programme

Meeting Marks Start of Third Phase of MFF with Emphasis on Regional Initiatives and Private Sector Engagement …  

03 Sep 2014 | News story


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