Économie

Andrew Seidl

Counting the cost of water

The economic value of water cannot be underestimated. To that end the Head of IUCN's Global Economic and Environment Programme, Andrew Seidl talks about some of the risks that we face if we don't start counting the cost of water. …  

13 Mar 2012 | News story

Cambodia

Forum mondial de l’eau: la nature sur le devant de la scène

Les « infrastructures » naturelles, telles que les bassins hydrographiques, les forêts, les lacs et les zones humides, jouent un rôle central pour répondre aux besoins actuels en eau et doivent faire partie du portefeuille de gestion de l’eau de chacun des pays, dit l’UICN (Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature) au Forum mondial de l’eau qui commence lundi 12 mars à Marseille. …   | English | Spanish

10 Mar 2012 | News story

Fishing on Ang Soui Lake, Xe Champhone Wetland

Celebrating World Wetlands Day

Every year World Wetlands Day is celebrated on 2 February, marking the day of the adoption of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, 41 years ago in the Iranian city of Ramsar. This year the theme of World Wetlands Day is ‘Wetland Tourism, A Great Experience’. …  

02 Feb 2012 | News story

IUCN Director General Julia Marton-Lefèvre joins UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for press conference on the Sustainable Energy for All initiative

IUCN expertise in UN push for sustainable energy for all

IUCN’s Director General joined United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon during the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi this week to outline his Sustainable Energy for All initiative to the media. …  

22 Jan 2012 | News story

Green Economy

New study to help businesses address their impacts on nature

As the business community begins to embrace ecosystems and biodiversity as key components of commercial success, a ground-breaking report from the major study of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) is being published by Earthscan today. …  

15 Dec 2011 | News story

Boy with Rice and Fish in the Tsitongambarika forest

Protéger la nature a un sens: l’UICN et Rio Tinto évaluent les coûts et les bénéfices de la conservation

Une nouvelle étude de l'UICN (Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature) démontre que les entreprises peuvent compenser les impacts négatifs de leurs opérations et générer des retombées économiques importantes en finançant la restauration ou la protection d’espaces naturels. Mais les besoins des communautés locales doivent être correctement pris en compte. …   | English | Spanish

07 Dec 2011 | News story

Masaai boy herding goats, Olbil, Tanzania

Climate awareness at 30,000 feet: IUCN and South African Airways team up

Africa’s most awarded airline, South African Airways, and the world’s largest environmental union, IUCN, have teamed up to launch a unique climate change awareness campaign to coincide with the start of the UN’s Climate Change Summit in Durban. …  

02 Dec 2011 | News story

Couverture

Partager l’eau et ses bénéfices : les leçons de six grands barrages en Afrique de l’Ouest

Le consortium UICN/IIED qui met en œuvre le projet de la Global Water Initiative (GWI) sur les barrages depuis 2009 propose une publication qui passe en revue l’expérience vécue dans le cadre de six barrages au Burkina Faso, au Mali et au Sénégal, du point de vue du « partage des bénéfices » avec les populations locales. …   | English

29 Nov 2011 | News story

Pioneering Water Solutions in Urbanising Areas, Kuala Lumpur, 21-24 November

River basins as urban water infrastructure at the IWA congress

As more than 700 international water experts gather in Kuala Lumpur for the IWA congress, IUCN shifts the focus from cities to their basins, and the key role natural infrastructure plays in the expansion of urban centres worldwide. …  

23 Nov 2011 | News story

Green business

How to help business become greener?

The impact of the private sector on the environment can be very detrimental. Getting companies on board with conservation organisations is crucial to try and reduce this impact and improve the status of species and habitats in Europe. A number of initiatives have been developed to help businesses become greener. A comprehensive European accreditation scheme for companies is now being discussed. …  

04 Nov 2011 | News story

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