Asie de l'Ouest

صحفيون في الميدان

تمديد موعد التقديم لجائزة الإعلام البيئي الاستقصائي لشهر أيار 2010

عمان، الأردن، (الاتحاد الدولي لحماية الطبيعة) بهدف ضمان الحصول على مشاركات أكبر من قبل الصحفيين والإعلاميين قام الاتحاد الدولي لحماية الطبيعة بتمديد موعد التقديم لجائزة الإعلام البيئي الاستقصائي لتاريخ 12 أيار 2010، وهي جائزة سيقدمها الاتحاد لأفضل تحقيق استقصائي حول الوضع البيئي في حوض سيل الزرقاء. وسيقوم الاتحاد بتوزيع ثلاثة جوائز مقدمة لأفضل تحقيق استقصائي صحفي وتقرير تلفزيوني وإذاعي وذلك خلال حفل التكريم الذي سينظمه الاتحاد يوم 22 أيار 2010 والذي يعتبر اليوم العالمي للتنوع الحيوي. وينظم الاتحاد الدولي لحماية الطبيعة هذه الجائزة بالتعاون مع وزارة البيئة الأردنية من خلال مشروع إعادة تأهيل سيل الزرقاء وبدعم من الوكالة الإسبانية للتعاون الدولي (AECID) ومكتب اليونسكو في عمان. …  

17 Mar 2010 | News story
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International Convention Centre, Jeju

L’UICN et la République de Corée s’engagent pour le meilleur Congrès de l’histoire

L’UICN et le Ministère de l’environnement de la République de Corée et de la province autonome de Jeju ont signé un accord afin d’organiser conjointement le Congrès mondial de la nature de 2012. …   | English | Spanish

05 Mar 2010 | News story

2001 IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria version 3.1 (Arabic)

Catégories et Critères de l’UICN version 3.1 pour la liste rouge en arabe

L’UICN-Med a le plaisir d’annoncer que la version 3.1 des catégories et critères de l’UICN pour la liste rouge est maintenant disponible en arabe grâce à l’appui de l’Agence Espagnole de Coopération et Développement Internationale (AECID) avec l’objectif de promouvoir la liste rouge dans les pays arabes au niveau national et régional. Les “Guides pour l’Application des Critères de l’UICN pour la Liste Rouge auToute nouvelle évaluation et réévaluation de la Liste Rouge de l’UICN utilise les Catégories et Critères de l’UICN pour la Liste Rouge, version 3.1 de 2001. niveau régional” seront publiés également cette année. …   | English | Spanish | Arabic

01 Feb 2010 | News story

IUCN chiefs at the Global Competitveness Forum in Riyadh

Top IUCN chiefs among leaders at the Global Competitveness Forum in Riyadh

More than 100 world leaders participated in the Global Competitveness Forum in Riyadh to discuss solutions to the global financial crisis under the theme Sustainable Competitveness, which symbolises the start of a new decade of thinking. IUCN Director General Julia Marton-Lefèvre and IUCN President, Ashok Khosla, highlighted the importance considering the value of ecosystem services in 21st Century.  
 

31 Jan 2010 | News story

Diver enjoying the experience of diving on biodiverse and healthy Egyptian coral reefs. Photo by HEPCA

Tourism industry should better cater for climate-sensitive holiday makers

A survey of tourists and tour operators in the Egyptian Red Sea region shows that the industry often misperceives its clients’ environmental sensitivity, putting its own business at risk. Climate change is a growing threat to the tourism industry by making destinations less attractive and jeopardizing major sources of income. The awareness of tourists towards climate change and other environmental issues is likely to be a major driver of their future holiday choices.
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29 Jan 2010 | News story

Celebrating Biodiversity

IUCN celebrates International Year of Biodiversity

Join us in celebrating the start of 2010 – the International Year of Biodiversity, declared by the United Nations. For the next 12 months we will be celebrating biological diversity – the variety of life on earth – and boosting awareness of how important it is for our lives. Most people appreciate the beauty of the natural world, but awareness of biodiversity, how seriously it is threatened, and the implications for human wellbeing, is alarmingly low. …  

01 Jan 2010 | News story
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The severely polluted Zarqa river in Jordan

Minister of Environment explores the environmental situation in Zarqa River

The severely polluted stream of Zarqa River in Jordan is suffering from serious environmental degradation and without an urgent policy-level intervention, the future of the river will remain dark. In an effort to further elevate this issue to the policy level, the newly appointed Jordanian Minister of Environment Eng. Hazem Malhas carried out an exploration mission to Zarqa governorate to closely look at the environmental challenges encountering the river. …  

31 Dec 2009 | News story

Jordanian journalists

IUCN promotes investigative environmental reporting for journalists

In an effort to harness the vital role of press and media institutions in raising the consciousness towards environmental stewardship and sustainable development, a group of Jordanian journalists were engaged in an interactive 3-day training workshop entitled Media for Sustainable Development. …  

30 Dec 2009 | News story
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Zarqa River in Jordan, December 2009

Restoring the Zarqa – Respecting Our Rivers

‘When you look down the Zarqa River at Janna’a Park it is hard to imagine that 30 years ago this area was green and fertile’, said Eng.Mohammad Al Zawahra from Zarqa Municipality. ‘People would swim in clear water pools, fish, swam in the river, and we had flowing water throughout the year’. …  

18 Dec 2009 | News story
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Private Sector @ IUCN

IUCN’s Business and Biodiversity Programme organized a four day event “Private Sector @ IUCN” from 19 – 22 October in its Head Quarters in Gland, Switzerland. The event brought together IUCN staff working with the private sector and representatives from businesses interacting with IUCN. …  

03 Dec 2009 | News story

West Asia Regional Office