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China Biodiversity Week 2009

Biodiversity Week 2009 – Showcasing Nature Conservation in China

This year IUCN Countdown 2010, in partnership with the EU-China Biodiversity Program (ECBP), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Global Village Beijing (GVB), organised a week long event (May 16-22) to showcase biodiversity conservation in China. Biodiversity Week 2009 featured biodiversity films, speaker nights, exhibitions and a children’s day. The final day of events coincided with the International Day for Biological Diversity, May 22nd. …  

25 May 2009 | News story

Alien Invasive Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) which has spread around the entire tropics and is now moving north into southern Europe as Climate Change makes conditions suitable for it.

International Biodiversity Day sounds the alarm on invasive species

International Biodiversity Day, celebrated each year on May 22, pays tribute to the global importance of biodiversity, both as an asset for posterity and a vital resource for people and their livelihoods. …  

22 May 2009 | News story

Ms. Julia Marton-Lefèvre

IUCN Director General to visit Oceania

Ms Julia Marton–Lefevre, IUCN’s Director General, will be visiting the Oceania Region from 1-12 June. …  

21 May 2009 | News story

IUCN Project in Minia Egypt

REWARD Strategic Workshop held in Sharm El Sheikh

Core partners and core team of IUCN ROWA Regional Water Resources & Drylands Programme (REWARD) were involved in a strategic work meeting to define a strategy for the REWARD Programme. This meeting took place in Sharm El Sheikh during May 16-19, 2009. The meeting focused on incorporating new dimensions in the programme such as ecosystems, drylands, climate change, gender and livelihood security. The last day of the workshop focused on the organization of the Regional Water Knowledge Network of WESCANA Water Project (an integral part of the REWARD Programme). …  

20 May 2009 | News story

Participantes de la reunión sobre la Meta 2010, Lima.

Quedan sólo 590 días para salvar la biodiversidad del planeta

Representantes de alto nivel de doce países y organizaciones de Sudamérica y Europa están reunidos en Lima, Perú, para evaluar la situación de la biodiversidad en América del Sur y el futuro de la Meta 2010 del Convenio sobre la Diversidad Biológica (CDB). Coinciden en que el panorama actual de la región no es bueno y que son necesarios mayores esfuerzos para detener la pérdida de la biodiversidad. La economía, la salud, la alimentación, la industria, el turismo y cualquier forma de vida y desarrollo dependen de la biodiversidad. …  

20 May 2009 | News story
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本书的制作出版是世界自然保护联盟(IUCN)和森林趋势的共同成果。在此过程中我们得到了欧盟驻华代表处的支持,同意使用FLEGT简报;IUCN加纳办公室提供了关于加纳VPA谈判的材料;英国皇家国际事务所提供了政府公共采购政策译文的版权使用权。在此我们衷心感谢这些机构的大力支持。 …  

20 May 2009 | News story

New policies could help local vendors reap more sustainable benefits from the forest

IUCN Researches Policies to Promote Sustainable Forest Livelihoods

IUCN-supported researchers discussed ways to identify policy solutions to forest management and market access challenges facing poor, rural communities dwelling in and around Bac Kan province’s forested areas at an April 23 workshop. …   | Vietnamese

20 May 2009 | News story
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Premian al Aula del Mar por su defensa del medio ambiente

Este organismo ha obtenido el Premio Chico Mendes, que da el Ayuntamiento de Córdoba 

19 May 2009 | News story

New Study Reveals Natural Disasters Increase Poverty in Fiji

A new study, commissioned by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR), on the relationship between poverty and disasters, including climate related disasters, was released last week in Nadi, Fiji at the Pacific Regional meeting of national disaster managers and Chief Executive Officers (CEO’s) of the Ministries of Finance and Planning, supported by SOPAC, UNDP and ISDR. …  

19 May 2009 | News story
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Western Gray Whale and ship.

New Assessment for the Arctic

IUCN welcomes the first comprehensive study of arctic marine transportation …  

18 May 2009 | News story


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