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Daños en viviendas luego del terremoto.

UICN apoya a damnificados por el terremoto ocurrido el 7 de noviembre del 2012

UICN, a través de la comisión de agua del Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia COE de San Marcos, Guatemala, apoya a damnificados por el terremoto ocurrido el 7 de noviembre del 2012.  …  

15 Jan 2013 | News story

Daños en viviendas luego del terremoto.

UICN apoya a damnificados por el terremoto ocurrido el 7 de noviembre del 2012

UICN, a través de la comisión de agua del Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia COE de San Marcos, Guatemala, apoya a damnificados por el terremoto ocurrido el 7 de noviembre del 2012.  …   | English

15 Dec 2012 | News story
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Proyecto BRIDGE

Abanderados(as) en cuencas transfronterizas dicen: “Vamos para adelante”

Los abanderados(as) se empoderan con su lema “vamos para adelante (vamos pa´lante)” y empiezan a proponer acciones en sus cuencas compartidas  …   | English

04 Dec 2012 | News story
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Fishing in floodwaters in Xe Champhone, Lao PDR.

Turn commitments into action in Doha, says IUCN

The great potential of nature as a cost-effective and no-regret solution to the climate challenge should be one of the central issues at the annual UN climate change summit which starts today in Doha, Qatar. …  

26 Nov 2012 | News story

Water focus square

Launch of the Global Consultation on Water: The World We Want 2015

As UN-Water partner, IUCN is supporting the global launch today of the Thematic Consultation on Water. This public consultation process is part of the UN-led global dialogue 'The World We Want 2015'. …  

21 Nov 2012 | News story

World Water Council

IUCN re-elected on WWC Board of Governors

During the recent 6th General Assembly of the World Water Council (WWC), IUCN was re-elected on the Board of Governors. IUCN’s Mark Smith and Alejandro Iza will serve for a second term as Board Governors and help oversee and guide the World Water Council’s work for another 3 years, until the next Water Forum in 2015 to be held in Daegu Gyeongbuk, South Korea. …  

18 Nov 2012 | News story

The Mekong river at the border tripoint of Myanmar, Thailand, and Laos

Hydro-diplomacy: Bridging the gap between science, policy and action

How we use and share water is a complex issue. It involves diverse groups of people such as farmers and fishermen, energy suppliers and developers, all who are competing for a limited and precious resource. Water use issues typically cross natural, social and political boundaries and can be local, national, regional and global in nature. …  

01 Nov 2012 | News story

BRIDGE: Building River Dialogue and Governance

BRIDGE 'Building River Dialogue and Governance': Plans towards 2013

Cross-border water management not only benefits regional water security, but also promotes dialogue, peace and cooperation. IUCN BRIDGE project colleagues met in Chiangrai to discuss progress on the transboundary initiative since it's inception in May 2011, and in particular to put in place plans for BRIDGE into 2013 and beyond. …  

29 Oct 2012 | News story

Great Wall of China at Jinshanling, near Beijing

Restoring landscapes to support cities' growth

The Chinese capital Beijing is a growing city – growing in terms of people, and the space it needs for them to live, grow food, and to support expanding industries. Provided with water from the Miyun reservoir, new approaches need to be developed to maintain sustainable supplies of water for Beijing. …  

20 Oct 2012 | News story

The river Mekong

Hydro-diplomacy: An invaluable tool for sharing water across borders

IUCN is pleased to announce the upcoming conference: ‘Hydro-diplomacy: A Tool for Sharing Water Across Borders’ which will take place on 31 October in Chiang Rai, Thailand. More than 100 diplomats, political scientists, economists, and water resources professionals from over 25 countries will discuss complexities and ways forward in hydro-diplomacy, in particular in trans-boundary river basins. …  

15 Oct 2012 | News story


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