Océans

Left to right: Sandeep Singh (US Embassy), Milika Sobey (IUCN), Jacqueline Evans (Marae Moana Marine Park), Tukabu Teroroko (PIPA), Samantha Brooke (US NOAA), Christophe Fonfreyde (Government of New Caledonia), and Susan White (US Fish and Wildlife Service)

Positive prospects for marine park collaboration

Co-training of marine park staff, sharing of technology development and coordination of data collection and sharing arrangements are some opportunities for collaboration between managers of marine parks identified during a workshop held this week in Suva, Fiji. …  

30 May 2014 | News story

Nguna-Pele LMMAs

Pacific communities demonstrate marine management

An innovative model of coastal and marine community management is well established in the Pacific, and while this model does not fit comfortably within the IUCN definition of protected areas, it is delivering positive conservation outcomes. …  

28 May 2014 | News story

Ray in Phoenix Islands Protected Area, Kiribati

Large marine protected areas – how can we manage them together?

The benefits, challenges and opportunities for collaboration in the management of large marine protected areas in the Pacific are the focus of discussion at a workshop being held in Suva, Fiji this week. …  

27 May 2014 | News story

World Fish Migration Day 2014

Cry for help for migratory fish from New Zealand to Hawaii

Today is the first ever World Fish Migration Day and community events are taking place across the globe to celebrate the importance of freshwater migratory fish and free flowing rivers. WWF (NL), The Nature Conservancy (USA), the IUCN SSC/Wetlands International Freshwater Fish Specialist Group and Wanningen Water Consult with LINKit consult have all come together to promote the theme of CONNECTING FISH, RIVERS AND PEOPLE. …  

24 May 2014 | News story

World Oceans Day

Inspiring action to protect our ocean

On June 8th, people in communities around the globe will celebrate World Oceans Day! …  

23 May 2014 | News story

Kayangel Atoll, Palau

Célébrez la nature unique et merveilleuse des îles du monde

L’UICN s’est jointe à ses partenaires et organisations membres pour célébrer la Journée Internationale pour la Diversité Biologique (IDB en anglais), qui prône le rôle joué par les îles pour répondre aux problèmes mondiaux actuels, et ce à travers ingéniosité, innovation et utilisation du savoir traditionnel. …   | English

22 May 2014 | News story

11A-05-069, Karen Allen, EWT, SOS, Save our species, Sauvons nos espèces

Nouvelles perspectives pour les dugongs du parc national de l’archipel Bazaruto

Souvent, nos relations émotionnelles avec des sites magnifiques et des espèces étonnantes relèvent d’une question de perspective. En quête de nouveaux angles de prise de vue avec son appareil photo, la bénéficiaire d’une subvention de SOS et membre de l’UICN, Karen Allen, de l’Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), révèle la beauté du parc national de l’archipel Bazaruto au Mozambique où vit la plus vaste population de dugongs dans l’ouest de l’océan Indien.   …  

21 May 2014 | News story

SOS - Save Our Species, EWT, Dugong, Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, 11A-05-069

New angles on Bazaruto Archipelago National Park's Dugongs

Often our emotional connections to beautiful places and amazing species are about perspective. Finding new angles with her camera, SOS Grantee and IUCN Member, Endangered Wildlife Trust’s (EWT) Karen Allen reveals the beauty of Bazaruto Archipelago National Park in Mozambique – home to the largest viable population of dugongs in the western Indian Ocean.   …  

21 May 2014 | News story

scalloped_hammerhead, sphyrna lewini, simon rogerson

Oceana requests Undersecretary of Fisheries measures to prevent shark bycatch in Chilean oceans

SOS Grantee and international marine conservation organization, Oceana, made big news for shark conservation in Chile at the end of April 2014. Calling on the Chilean government to protect its sharks, Oceana hit the nation's television screens with a 3 minute feature on TVN's 24 horas news programme. Speaking to camera Oceana's Executive Director, Alex Muñoz reached an estimated audience of 2 million viewers explaining the impacts of practices such as over-fishing and shark finning. …  

05 May 2014 | News story

A killer whale breaches with Mt Baker in the background

Bikers to raise awareness on plight of orcas in captivity

On June 14, 2014, IUCN’s Headquarters in Gland will be the starting point of one of the more unexpected and unusual awareness-raising stunts: “Bikers for Orcas”. Set up to call into question the use of orcas in amusement parks, as part of a simultaneous worldwide event entitled “The Ultimate Ride to Freedom”, the ride will focus attention on 2 wild-born captured orcas still in captivity and will call for their release. …  

05 May 2014 | News story

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