Océanie

The IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016 will take place 1-10 September in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi

Le compte à rebours du grand sommet mondial de l’environnement a commencé

Gland, Suisse, 1er septembre 2015 (UICN) – Le Congrès mondial de la nature 2016 de l’UICN commencera d’ici un an, jour pour jour. Cet important forum de décision, le plus grand et le plus inclusif dans le domaine de l’environnement, définira la voie à suivre pour la conservation de la nature dans les années à venir. …   | English | Spanish

01 Sep 2015 | News story

Children in Yemen walking for long distances to get water. Waqf Fund can provide sustainable funding for water projects in the region.

World Water Week: A new course for water and development

Safeguarding the planet's water resources is critical to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). That is the message of this year's World Water Week, the annual global conference on water, which starts on Sunday with the theme 'Water for Development.' …  

20 Aug 2015 | News story

Oceania Regional Conservation Forum Participants

Resilience in a Climate Challenged Planet – Oceania Regional Conservation Forum

This year, the Oceania Regional Office was honoured to host the Oceania Regional Conservation Forum in Suva. Andrew Bignell, IUCN Regional Councillor in Oceania, urged members “to raise the bar and  to think big.” …  

04 Aug 2015 | News story

Southern coast of Upolu island, Samoa

Les principaux forums régionaux font avancer le programme sur les aires protégées et les autres aires conservées du Pacifique

Plusieurs ateliers régionaux et rassemblements dans le Pacifique ont permis d’évaluer et d’améliorer la structure de l’ordre du jour des aires protégées du Pacifique. Ces événements, qui ont pu compter sur la participation de nombreux partenaires, Commissions et Membres régionaux de l’UICN, ont permis de s’engager directement avec les acteurs du Pacifique sur les initiatives du Programme pour la biodiversité et la gestion des aires protégées (BIOPAMA) et ont favorisé la contribution, l’échange et la collaboration. …   | English

24 Jul 2015 | News story

New Solar Home System installed in a church building on the island of Mo'unga'one in Tonga.

The Value of Life Cycle Analysis to combat against “Greenwashing”*

You probably know that burning fossil fuels emits carbon dioxide (CO2) - one of the greenhouse gases that cause the global warming of the planet - and other pollutants. But we often forget that CO2 emissions and contamination also occur during the extraction, refining, and transportation of oil products. For Small Island Nations like those in the Pacific, transportation of fuels plays a proportionately larger role in generating the carbon footprint of fuels.   …  

23 Jul 2015 | News story

Cloud Forest on Mount Lidgbird, Lord Howe Island

Climate change key threat to ecosystems at risk

Climate change has emerged as a key threat to a diverse range of ecosystems in Australia and beyond, according to studies published in a special issue of the journal Austral Ecology. …  

17 Jul 2015 | News story

Local fishers in PNG

Protecting and safeguarding the environment through Law

From Indonesia to the Solomon Islands, 363 million people depend on marine resources in the Coral Triangle region (CTR). Coping with threats from human activities and climate change is a major stake in the western Pacific region which faces overfishing, destructive fishing methods (cyanide or blast), increasing human populations and loss of critical habitats. Increasing the resilience of the coastal and marine ecosystem by strengthening coastal and marine management will contribute to food and livelihood security. …  

09 Jul 2015 | News story

NatureFiji Acmopyle mascot at the Pacific Islands Species Forum 2015

Successful Pacific Islands Species Forum comes to a close in Suva

Over three days, 65 participants came together and shared a diverse range of exciting information on Pacific Island species, talking about the issues of data gaps, research, implementation on the ground, and how data can be fed more effectively into policy. 

08 Jul 2015 | News story

Pacific Islands Species Forum 2015 Day 2

The Pacific Islands Species Forum: appetite for resources threatening our species

Suva, Fiji.  Over-exploitation, invasive alien species, logging, agriculture, mining, fishing, and climate change are just some of the issues threatening our Pacific Islands’ species and ecosystems.  

07 Jul 2015 | News story

Pacific Islands Species Forum 2015

Second Pacific Islands Species Forum: from data to action

Suva, Fiji. On Monday 6th July 2015, the second Pacific Islands Species Forum (PISF) was opened at the University of the South Pacific. …  

06 Jul 2015 | News story

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