Aires protégées

Sydney Harbour National Park

Leaders wanted for sixth World Parks Congress

The world’s most influential gathering of people involved in parks and protected area management – the IUCN World Parks Congress - is calling for inspiring leaders who will help position protected areas as solutions to some of today’s biggest global challenges and shape the agenda for protected areas and their management over the next decade and beyond. …   | Spanish

24 Jan 2013 | News story

Marine biodiversity in Lebanese's waters

Liban progrèsse dans la protection des habitats marins

Le ministère de l´Environnement au Liban et l´UICN avec le soutien du Centre d´Activités Régionales pour les Aires Spécialement Protégées (CAR / ASP) et du Programme des Nations Unies pour le Environnement (PNUE, Plan d'Action pour la Méditerranée) ont mis en avant la Stratégie des Aires Marines Protégées afin d´atteindre environnement marin sain, productif et biologiquement diversifié dans les eaux libanaises. …   | English | Spanish

08 Jan 2013 | News story

Brown bear in Shiretoko peninsula, World Heritage Site, Japan

China and Japan workshops on WDPA and strengthening the protected area information base

Maintenance of information in the WDPA database for three countries in Asia – China, Japan and the Republic of Korea – is a challenge that the WCPA, in collaboration with UNEP-WCMC, the Korea National Parks Service (KNPS) and the IUCN Regional Biodiversity Conservation, Asia (RBCP) has tackled with national workshops aimed at ensuring a common understanding of the global data standards, present national PA information systems and current data challenges. …  

14 Dec 2012 | News story
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Lionfish swimming around the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Australia creates world’s largest network of marine reserves

In November 2012 the Australian Government announced the creation of the world’s largest network of marine reserves. The government proclaimed 44 marine reserves a network, covering 2.3 million square kilometres, a full third of Australia’s ocean territory. The reserves are home to 45 of the world’s 78 whale and dolphin species, six of the seven known species of marine turtle, and 4,000 fish species. The government received support from over 500,000 Australians, who commented positively on the creation of the network. …  

13 Dec 2012 | News story

2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress

Protected areas are featured in many WCC resolutions

Furthering protected areas importance to IUCN and its future conservation efforts, protected areas are the most featured theme in the recently released 2012 World Conservation Congress resolutions and recommendations. Protected areas garnered 18 percent of the 183 resolutions and recommendations, with major initiatives of the Global Protected Areas Programme (GPAP) and WCPA all receiving notice. As GPAP begins implementation of its most recent work programme, its five main umbrella themes – protected areas conserving nature, achieving quality, respecting people, developing capacity and offering solutions – are all represented in the resolutions and recommendations. …  

29 Nov 2012 | News story

Flower

A good day for nature in Europe

Nearly 25,000 km2 of invaluable natural expanse have been added to the Natura 2000 network, the European Commission reports. This network of protected sites is the EU's primary tool in the fight to conserve Europe’s rich biodiversity.   …  

26 Nov 2012 | News story
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Dugong

En réponse à l'appel SOS de la nature, des dauphins, des rhinocéros, des tigres et d’autres animaux menacés bénéficieront d'un financement accru

Gland, Suisse, 22 novembre 2012 (UICN) – L'initiative phare de conservation des espèces Save Our Species (SOS) va pouvoir étendre ses activités grâce à un financement supplémentaire de 2,5 millions de dollars US qui lui permettra de lancer 25 nouveaux projets. …   | English | Spanish

22 Nov 2012 | News story

Kolkheti National Park

Protected Areas as natural solutions to climate change

Can nature help us face climate change? A pilot project by IUCN in the Caucasus shows concrete opportunities for natural, cost-effective solutions to climate change in Georgia. …  

20 Nov 2012 | News story

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When conservation and borders coincide

A new publication by IUCN shows how transboundary conservation action in South-East Europe’s Dinaric Arc helps protect the region’s rich biodiversity and introduces an innovative tool which helps develop cross-border partnerships.  …  

19 Nov 2012 | News story

WILD 10

A Wilder World , A Wilder Europe….

…is as possible as it is necessary. This is the message of WILD10, a collaborative conservation process occurring right now that will culminate in the 10th World Wilderness Congress in beautiful Salamanca, Spain, 4-10 October 2013.   …  

19 Nov 2012 | News story
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