Patrimonio Mundial

Sand mining adjacent to St Lucia, South Africa, World Heritage Site

Dialogue between the mining sector and World Heritage sites in Africa

A network of World Heritage Site managers and stakeholders in the extractive sector will gradually be put in place following the success of two training sessions organized by IUCN and PACO (Protected Areas Programme for Central and West Africa). Taking place in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso in June 2012 and Dakar, Senegal in January 2013, they addressed the co-existence of World Heritage Sites and extractive activity. Additional sessions are planned for 2013. …  

12 Apr 2013 | News story

IUCN@CAMBODIA

Why you should come to Cambodia next June

Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh will be the backdrop of the next World Heritage Committee, from 17-27 June 2013. The annual event represents a key opportunity for civil society to advocate onsite issues and the World Heritage Convention’s policies and procedures. …  

12 Apr 2013 | News story

Plane in Eger, Hungary

Hungarian Plane Tree wins European Tree of the Year award

The winner of the third international contest European Tree of the Year organized by the Czech Environmental Partnership Foundation is the Plane tree in Eger, Hungary which scored 14,205 votes. Over 45,000 votes were cast in this year’s contest that aspires to bring attention to trees and their stories.  …  

01 Mar 2013 | News story
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protected area peru

The World Heritage Convention: back on the right track?

By Jim Thorsell, IUCN Senior Advisor on World Heritage …  

12 Feb 2013 | News story
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Lee Talbot

US Secretary of State accolade for former IUCN Director General

As part of the 40th anniversary celebrations of the World Heritage Convention, former IUCN Director General Dr Lee Talbot has been awarded by the US Secretary of State for his leadership in helping to make the Convention a reality. …  

04 Jan 2013 | News story

Chad - Ounianga-Serir - Formations de grès Lac Teli

Five new African World Heritage sites

Five new African world heritage sites were inscribed this year on the World Heritage List, including the first site for Chad (Lakes of Ounianga), Cameroon, Congo and the Central African Republic (Sangha Tri national). The additions include Morocco’s elegant capital city (Rabat); the old colonial capital of Cote d’Ivoire (Grand-Bassam); a diverse “cultural landscape” in rural Senegal (Bassari, Fula and Bedik). …  

19 Dec 2012 | News story

Dugong

Una respuesta al pedido de auxilio de la flora y fauna: delfines, rinocerontes, tigres y otras especies contarán con más financiación

Gland, Suiza, 22 de noviembre de 2012. La emblemática iniciativa para la conservación de especies Salvemos Nuestras Especies (SOS, por sus siglas en inglés) ampliará sus esfuerzos con USD 2,5 millones de fondos para 25 nuevos proyectos. …   | English | French

22 Nov 2012 | News story

A volcano in the Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra, Indonesia

Se precisa un liderazgo más sólido para salvar las maravillas naturales del mundo

En este momento en que celebramos el 40º aniversario de la Convención del Patrimonio Mundial, la UICN (Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza) advierte sobre las crecientes amenazas a las que se enfrentan muchos sitios del Patrimonio Mundial e insta a adoptar medidas más firmes para garantizar su futuro. …   | English | French

11 Sep 2012 | News story
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Now available: Pocket guide to World Heritage events at IUCN Congress

Be part of the World Heritage agenda at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Jeju Island, Republic of Korea -- take advantage of up to 20 sessions tackling core issues affecting conservation of the world’s iconic natural places. …  

21 Aug 2012 | News story

Palau - Rock Islands Southern Lagoon

世界遗产——未来有风险?

St. Petersburg, Russia, 6 July, 2012 (IUCN) – As the number of natural wonders on the World Heritage List continues to grow, too many sites are left with little resources to manage them properly and conserve the very values they were inscribed for, say IUCN experts. Many face a barrage of threats, not least from mining and oil exploration. …   | English

06 Jul 2012 | News story
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