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Participants of the workshop.

Developing of Base Maps of Tropical Aquatic Resources in the Pacific

 A workshop was organized by the University of Fiji (UniFiji) on USAIDs Pacific-American Climate Fund (PACAM) Project titled “Developing of Base Maps of Tropical Aquatic Resources in the Pacific” at the Lautoka Waterfront Hotel on 2nd December 2015. The objectives of the workshop were: 1. To provide information on the USAIDs funded climate change adaptation project; “Developing of Base Maps of Tropical Aquatic Resources in the Pacific”.
2. To present and discuss the Monitoring and Evaluation plan for the shallow water aquatic resource mapping project. …  

18 Dec 2015 | News story

IUCN Regional Conservation Forum 2015 in Helsinki, Finland

Regional Work Plan for Eastern Europe and Central Asia in focus at the IUCN Regional Conservation Forum

As part of IUCN’s ‘One Programme’ approach, discussions on IUCN’s Regional Work Plan for Eastern Europe and Central Asia and how it can contribute to IUCN’s global programme was held in Helsinki.  …  

17 Dec 2015 | News story

The newly launched iTaukei Affairs Handbook and Factsheets.

Launching of the first ever iTaukei Affairs Conservation Handbook

The first ever Conservation handbook was officially launched on Tuesday 15 December by the Permanent Secretary for iTaukei Affairs, Savenaca Kaunisela at the Holiday Inn Suva. …  

17 Dec 2015 | News story

Participants of the three days Strengthening cooperation between Large Marine Protected Areas in the Pacific meeting.

Strengthening cooperation between large marine protected areas

The Pacific Islands region has responsibility for 10% of the global ocean surface and hosting the world's largest tuna stocks. Currently, marine protected areas cover just over 2% of the world’s oceans, and only about 1% is strongly protected in no-take marine reserves. In this context, small Pacific Island states with massive ocean territory are taking a global leadership position by establishing and effectively managing large scale marine protected areas and others are making similar pledges. …  

17 Dec 2015 | News story

People riding bicycles over a bridge on the Nam Xong River

New Infographic and Blog: Unseen and unrecognised - allocating water to nature in river systems

By Rebecca Welling. Water for nature is too often sidelined in discussions around built water infrastructure development and subsequent water allocation needs. With increasing demands for food and energy production from a growing global population, many countries look to engineered solutions to bring them water, food and energy security …  

15 Dec 2015 | News story
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Les champions de l'eau membres du réseau Oryx

A network of leaders created for the protection of the Lake Chad Basin

A new network of mediators to help anticipate and prevent conflicts related to the use of water resources and who also have as mandate to protect the rights of local actors in the Lake Chad Basin has been put in place. …  

15 Dec 2015 | News story

Regional Conservation Forum Helsinki

IUCN Regional Conservation Forum calls for stronger biodiversity action and nature based solutions in Europe

The IUCN Regional Conservation Forum 2015 started today with a high-level opening session, sending a strong signal for nature conservation in Europe and North and Central Asia. The Forum is organized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature - IUCN, the leading global voice on nature conservation. From 14-16 December in Helsinki, more than 250 participants from 41 countries in Europe, North and Central Asia will come together to forge solutions to the region’s pressing environmental challenges.  

14 Dec 2015 | News story

13A-068-027, Education Sensitization Meeting Chepu Sherbro Island,  Augustine Sesay, SOS Save Our Species, RAP SL, Sea Turtle conservation

Persistence pays with sea turtle education and sensitisation in Sierra Leone

“Community education and sensitisation meetings are considered integral for conservation projects such as ours," explains Edward Aruna (Eddie), project leader with RAP-SL, an SOS Grantee working to save Sierra Leone's sea turtles from over-harvesting, human disturbance and climate change. …  

14 Dec 2015 | News story

Inauguration of the final Conference of the MEET project in Barcelona.

MEET celebrates 3 years of ecotourism achievements in the Mediterranean

 Today the MEET team is closing in Barcelona the 3 years of activities in the last public event of the “Mediterranean Experience of Eco-Tourism” project, co-funded by the EU Cross Border Cooperation ENPI CBC MED Programme. Over two days, from 10-11th December, two events took place: the MEET Final Conference and the Advisory Panel on Ecotourism (APE) workshop. …  

11 Dec 2015 | News story

Photo de groupe des participants à la formation "Water diplomacy"

Local and National actors in the Lake Chad Basin upgrade their skills in conflict management and hydro-diplomacy

From creating national and Transboundary Platforms for the promotion of dialogue in the Lake Chad Basin, the different actors in the region have come together to upgrade their skills on Integrated Water Resources Management, IWRM and on how to prevent conflict associated with the use of shared water bodies. This was in a two-day workshop in Douala, Cameroon organized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, IUCN within its Building River Dialogue and Governance, BRIDGE AFRICA, Project. …  

10 Dec 2015 | News story

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