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Consulting on the Blue Society

The Sea for Society project is in the process of examining how it is that a more integrated and sustainable approach to marine and maritime systems can be achieved in Europe. Between May and October of this year citizens from all of Europe will be meeting to discuss such issues and help towards the goal of defining a new vision for the marine environment: the Blue Society.  …  

29 Aug 2013 | News story
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High seas

The high seas call for more transparency

At the United Nations Headquarters on Friday, governments agreed to start scoping the content and feasibility of a new international legal agreement to conserve marine biodiversity in the two-thirds of the ocean that lies beyond the jurisdiction of individual States. This signals a strong shift in political opinion in favour of a new agreement, though the final outcome of these talks remains unclear. …  

25 Aug 2013 | News story

EWt, SOS, dugongs

Activists Swim for Dugongs

Picture this. On August 22, 2013, a group of eleven friends will swim 5 kilometres across a lake from France to Switzerland. This not any ordinary swim, this is the IUCN Big Swim across lac Leman! You can support the Big Swim by donating via the following link to the SOS project page: http://bit.ly/1epxCf3  Every little helps and is much appreciated.     …  

21 Aug 2013 | News story

Western gray whale

Salmon fishing clashes with endangered gray whales

An IUCN group of experts is calling for an immediate halt to large-scale commercial salmon fishing near Piltun Lagoon, Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East because of the risk it poses to about 150 critically endangered Western Gray whales found in this area. …   | Russian

16 Aug 2013 | News story

Cover of the publication "Mediterranean MPAs and climate change"

Las áreas marinas protegidas mediterráneas desempeñan un papel importante en la comprensión de los efectos del cambio climático

El cambio climático es probable que cause serios impactos en los hábitats y fauna del Mediterráneo, sin embargo su impacto variará según las regiones del Mediterráneo y entre las áreas marinas protegidas (AMP) de cada región. La UICN publica una guía que analiza las amenazas y los impactos del cambio climático sobre la biodiversidad marina del Mediterráneo y proporciona a los gestores de AMP un conjunto de herramientas para controlar y mitigar dichos cambios.
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24 Jul 2013 | News story

IUCN-WWF cover MPA guide publication

Nueva herramienta para evaluar la gestión de las áreas marinas protegidas en el Mediterráneo

Un estudio reciente llevado a cabo por la Asociación MedPAN en más de 80 áreas marinas protegidas (AMP) del Mediterráneo revela que más de la mitad de ellas aún no tienen un plan de gestión y el 75% de aquellas que son parte de la red Natura 2000 (en los países de la UE) aún no tiene un órgano de gestión. Con el fin de reforzar la efectividad de las áreas marinas protegidas del Mediterráneo y para lograr un enfoque más unificado, el Centro de Cooperación del Mediterráneo de la UICN y WWF-Italia han trabajado en estrecha colaboración con responsables de AMP para crear una herramienta inclusiva y sintetizada que contribuya a evaluar la gestión de las áreas marinas protegidas en el Mediterráneo. …   | English | French

03 Jul 2013 | News story

El Foro del Congreso Mundial de la Naturaleza 2012

Manteniendo vivo el espíritu del Congreso del 2012

La UICN se complace en anunciar el lanzamiento de la Plataforma de la UICN sobre las tendencias de la conservación, que ilustra las tendencias para la conservación extraídas de los análisis realizados durante el Foro del Congreso Mundial de la Naturaleza 2012 con base en una selección de talleres realizados sobre los diferentes temas del Congreso. Cada día se elaboró un “Informe sobre las Tendencias”, identificando los principales mensajes de conservación derivados del trabajo colectivo. …   | English | French

01 Jul 2013 | News story

Tuvalu Marine Life

Tuvalu releases the first inventory of its most vital resource: Marine life

Alofa Tuvalu,the French-Tuvaluan NGO, handed out "Tuvalu Marine Life" a publication symbolically printed in 100 copies, to Tine Leuelu, Ambassador of Tuvalu to Belgium, to IUCN, UNESCO and to its partners. The event took place, early June, at the Paris Tropical Aquarium. …  

25 Jun 2013 | News story

Manta ray, Mayotte

Mayotte: yet to be recognized exceptional biodiversity

The French overseas department of Mayotte is located in the biogeographical area of the Comoros Archipelago, at the heart of the Mozambique Channel and close to Madagascar. Mayotte hosts a variety of land and marine tropical ecosystems which are of major ecological value, despite significant landscape changes due to the exploitation of first sugar cane and later rice. Read more about Mayotte in the new Country Focus. …  

20 Jun 2013 | News story
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Delphine Batho, Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, Victorin Lurel, Minister of Overseas France, Pascal Canfin, Deputy Minister for Development and Anne Paugam, CEO of the French Development Agency sign a new agreement with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), represented by its Director General Julia Marton-Lefèvre.

France and IUCN intensify their efforts to protect global biodiversity

Yesterday IUCN signed a new partnership agreement with France, which aims to support the Union's global biodiversity conservation work, focusing on sub-Saharan Africa, oceans and global governance of natural resources. …   | French

13 Jun 2013 | News story


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