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Perspectives on Water and Climate Change Adaptation

'Water and Climate Change Adaptation' newest publication series is online. The series includes a collection of 16 papers, produced in collaboration with the World Water Council, CPWC, IWA and IUCN …  

23 Apr 2009 | News story
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Watering a school vegetable garden on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. IUCN and partners are promoting water education so that future generations can benefit from development based on sustainable and equitable use of water.

G20 must follow through on green promises

The G20, meeting yesterday in London, agreed with what IUCN and many others have been saying: the economic recovery must be inclusive, green and sustainable. …  

03 Apr 2009 | News story

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Planning for a sustainable energy future: IUCN reacts to Shell’s Strategy Update

Last week Shell repeated its intention to disinvest in wind and solar power and concentrate its efforts and investments on biofuels. IUCN takes note of Shell’s decision and hopes that it can be convinced to show more leadership in renewable energy in the future. …  

23 Mar 2009 | News story

Moiry Dam in Valais, Switzerland

Knowing the wealth of water to the energy industry - lessons from IUCN

In a world where each unit of energy is becoming increasingly water intensive, many countries are already facing severe water scarcity. This short IUCN opinion piece explores the links between energy and water systems from an environmental perspective.  …  

27 Feb 2009 | News story
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Mr. Vo Van Mai, chairman of the management board of HIPT Group

Businesses Push Ahead Council for Sustainable Development

Representatives from leading Vietnamese enterprises agreed to move forward with the IUCN-supported Viet Nam Business Council for Sustainable Development (VBCSD) at a stakeholder consultation meeting on Feb. 24, 2009. …  

25 Feb 2009 | News story
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Compost project Sharkia, Egypt

Compensation à 100% des émissions de carbone estimées du Congrès mondial de la nature de l’UICN

Le Congrès mondial de la nature de l’UICN est un événement sans pareil par sa capacité de rassemblement de très nombreux membres de la communauté mondiale de l’environnement. Cette occasion unique d’apprendre, d’échanger des idées et de rencontrer des gens n’a pas de prix pour les participants. Cependant, le plus grand rendez–vous mondial de l’environnement a aussi un coût pour la planète. Une évaluation indépendante des gaz à effet de serre du Congrès mondial de la nature (Barcelone, 5 -14 octobre 2008), menée par ECCM, a estimé que l’événement a généré 7 934 tonnes d’équivalents/dioxyde de carbone. …   | English | Spanish

12 Feb 2009 | News story
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Mining in the Philippines

Global Reporting Initiative Releases Mining & Metals Supplement for Public Comment

The Global Reporting Initiative has released the Mining and Metals Sector Supplement for public comment. …  

09 Feb 2009 | News story

Rio Tinto operations

Rio Tinto – IUCN Relationship Negotiations Continue

Rio Tinto and IUCN continue to discuss the possibility of a formal relationship arrangement, with an IUCN Secretariat staff visit to Australia and Indonesia during November and December, 2008 and a visit to the London headquarters of Rio Tinto in January, 2009. …  

23 Jan 2009 | News story

Sugarcane processing plant, Piraciaba, Brazil

Don’t wait to produce renewable energy sustainably, urges IUCN

A hands-on guide to producing bioenergy without harming the environment was launched today by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to coincide with the World Future Energy summit in Abu Dhabi.  

21 Jan 2009 | News story

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Buy, Sell and Trade! Free Game on Ecosystem Services.

IUCN and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), along with input from key stakeholders (Earthwatch Institute, World Resources Institute, Katoomba Group/Forest Trends, the US Business Council for Sustainable Development and Fundacion Entorno) have developed a free, interactive and fun game about how ecosystem markets work. …  

20 Jan 2009 | News story

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