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The WCPA team gather for a photograph in Vilm

WCPA look to Hawai'i after Vilm gathering

The leaders of the world’s largest network of protected areas experts, the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (IUCN WCPA), gathered in Germany last week to discuss and advance the world protected area agenda and move forward the implementation of the Promise of Sydney which was put in place at the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 IUCN WPC).  …  

23 Apr 2015 | Article

Tacana people of Bolivia dancing

Tacana people define future of the forest

One of Bolivia's Indigenous Peoples - the Tacana - have helped to develop a territorial management programme which has already significantly reduced forest loss in large areas of South America and could help to determine the future of much of the Amazon rainforest. …  

22 Apr 2015 | Article

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Where the blue Danube goes green

Donau-Auen National Park is one of the largest wetlands in Europe and extends from Vienna to the Slovakian border. Established as a transboundary national park in 1996,  it will host IUCN's 'Little Sydney' conference between 28-31 May and is one of the last remaining wetlands in Europe, consisting of a network of riparian forest (65%), water (20%) and meadow (15%).  …  

22 Apr 2015 | Article
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