Patrimoine mondial

Les sites naturels du patrimoine mondial sont des lieux emblématiques, tels que la Grande Barrière de corail, Yellowstone, les îles Galapagos et le Kilimandjaro, et sont reconnus comme étant les aires protégées les plus importantes de la planète.

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  • Map showing forest loss in World Heritage sites

    Paper showing damage to natural World Heritage wins international award

    25.05.2017

    A study revealing the extent of damaging activities and forest loss in Natural World Heritage Sites, led by the University of Queensland with a team of international experts, has won one of the most prestigious international publishing awards.

  • Qinghai Hoh Xil, China - Chimed Ochir Bazarsad

    IUCN recommends listing key habitats for species conservation as World Heritage

    19.05.2017

    The advisory body on natural World Heritage, IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature, recommends World Heritage status for three sites nominated for their outstanding natural value. IUCN also recommends danger-listing for the Cerrado Protected...

  • WCPA Steering Committee meeting in Colombia, March 2017

    Setting the WCPA agenda

    28.04.2017

    The Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia (PNNC) hosted this year’s annual WCPA Steering Committee meeting in Cartagena, Colombia.  The meeting was the first since Kathy MacKinnon was elected Chair and focused on the Commission’s achievements and...

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