Nouvelles des Membres et pour les Membres

Tree nursery at the Mouth of Limpopo, Mozambique

Forest Day: the face of forests at UN climate change negotiations

Forest Day has become something of a tradition at the annual UN climate change conference, the UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP). Here at COP17 in Durban, Forest Day 5 was held on 4 December, bringing together over 1000 people who work on – and are passionate about – forestry issues, including more than 200 official climate change negotiators. …  

06 Dec 2011 | News story

Polar light in the Hammastunturi wilderness area

Akwé: Kon collects traditional Sámi knowledge

Treaties made by the UN constantly introduce new principles to forest use. Luckily, they do not always cause problems. A good example is Akwé: Kon. …  

05 Dec 2011 | News story
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Cato Manor's Green Street, Durban

Welcome to Green Street South Africa

Just fifteen minutes away from the UN Climate Summit in Durban you can see what a real difference putting policy in to action can actually make. In a first for South Africa, 30 low-income houses in a street in Cato Manor Township have been given a green upgrade.   …  

03 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

Coraux Wallis

Climate SAVE

Did you know that Europe overseas territories host over 20% of the world’s coral reefs, lagoons and associated mangrove ecosystems and form the world’s largest Exclusive Economic Zone? Did you know that these territories are not only vulnerable to climate change, but can also provide solutions? Read the full message travelling to world leaders currently gathering at the UN Climate Change Conference in Durban.  …  

02 Dec 2011 | News story

El Salvador

Governance of the Goascorán River: a shared resource between El Salvador and Honduras

As part of the IUCN Building River Dialogues and Governance (BRIDGE) project, a workshop was held to strengthen governance capacity of the transboundary river Goascorán. This river basin is shared by Honduras and El Salvador, an area of great environmental, economical and geopolitical importance in the region. …   | Spanish

01 Dec 2011 | News story

Natural Solutions: Protected Areas helping people cope with climate change

Solutions Naturelles-aider les gens faire face au changement climatique

Les aires protégées sont une part essentielle de la réponse globale au changement climatique à l’échelle planétaire. …   | English | Spanish

01 Dec 2011 | Downloads - document
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Mangrove

Independent Panel to advise on rehabilitation and remediation of oil spill sites in the Niger Delta

The deadline for submissions to the Independent Panel on the Niger Delta has been extended until Thursday 22 December 2011. …  

30 Nov 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

Penguins walking on the beach

L’UICN passe le cap de 1200 Membres

Le 16 novembre 2011, le Conseil de l’UICN, lors de sa 77e session, a admis 52 nouveaux Membres et reconnu officiellement le Comité national des Membres de l’UICN du Malawi. L’UICN a donc passé le cap de 1200 Membres. …   | English | Spanish

29 Nov 2011 | News story