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« Genre, tenure foncière et forestière dans les politiques de changement climatique » : L’étude validée

Un atelier s’est tenu à Ouagadougou le 21 septembre 2010, sous le patronage du Ministère de la Promotion de la Femme. Il visait à examiner dans l’application des politiques nationales de changements climatiques du Burkina Faso, la prise en compte effective des questions d’équité de genre et tenure pour l’amélioration des capacités d’adaptation au changement climatique des groupes défavorisées et, en particulier les femmes. 

04 Oct 2010 | News story
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Valeur économique de la vallée du Sourou : Étude préliminaire

Valeur économique de la vallée du Sourou : Etude préliminaire

L’intérêt de la vallée du Sourou comme pôle de développement socioéconomique tiré par l’accroissement de la production agricole remonte à peu près à la fin de la première guerre mondiale et a connu plusieurs épisodes jusqu’à la mise en place de l’Autorité de Mise en valeur de la Vallée du Sourou (AMVS) en 1986. …  

04 Oct 2010 | News story
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Danish Ministry of Environment

Success story of the day: Danish Ministry of the Environment

Story featured in the Made in Countdown 2010 publication: The Ministry (an IUCN Member)  joined Countdown 2010 to promote its own achievements for biodiversity and utilise the initiative’s outreach potential to advance conservation in the country. In January 2007, the Minister sent special New Year post cards to all mayors in Denmark. …  

04 Oct 2010 | News story

Coralina

Success story of the day: Coralina

Story featured in the Made in Countdown Publication: Based on a participatory process and with an ecosystem approach, the Seaflower Marine Protected Area (MPA) was created in 2005 thanks to the leadership of IUCN Member Coralina – the Corporation for the Sustainable Development of the Archipelago of San Andrés, Old Providence and Santa Catalina , a department of Colombia in the Caribbean – and the support of the local and national governments. Seaflower is the largest MPA in the Great Caribbean and one of the largest on the planet. …  

04 Oct 2010 | News story

Coop

Success story of the day: Coop

Story featured in the Made in Countdown 2010 publication:  Acknowledging that organic production assures better sustainable management of resources and can increase biodiversity, Coop – the first Swiss supermarket chain – felt the need to act. The company fosters organic agriculture at various levels: it has established a close partnership with Bio Suisse (Swiss organic farmers association, www.bio-suisse.ch) and launched the organic brand Naturaplan. …  

02 Oct 2010 | News story

Recognition of IUCN Pakistan Members

Representatives of two of the IUCN Pakistan Members Khwendo Kor and Strengthening Participatory Organisation have been selected to be part of a nine-member committee constituted on the instructions of the President of Pakistan for flood relief work. …  

01 Oct 2010 | News story

Made in Countdown

Success story of the day: Cascais Natura

Story featured in the Made in Countdown 2010 publication:   The environmental agency Cascais Natura, who joined Countdown in 2007, is very active in the preservation of Cascais’ …  

01 Oct 2010 | News story

IUCN Science Bulletin October 2010

IUCN Science Bulletin October 2010

The IUCN Science Bulletin is a quick summary of some of the vast amount of peer-reviewed literature that relates to IUCN’s Programme. It is produced by the IUCN Science & Learning Unit, which provides the Secretariat focal point for CEC.   …  

01 Oct 2010 | News story

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Made in Countdown 2010

It’s 2010 – a year of stock-taking for world governments and for the Countdown 2010 initiative. The 2010 Biodiversity Target was not reached but the thousands of biodiversity actions taken by Countdown 2010 partners are an important step towards the improvement of the status of biodiversity and the increase of public awareness. Thousands of biodiversity actions all over the world have contributed to conserving biodiversity. These actions are a model for other communities, regions and countries. The initiative itself has served as a springboard for increased, and concrete, action beyond 2010. A renewed and enhanced phase of biodiversity conservation and awareness raising can now start. …  

01 Oct 2010 | News story

Young adults aged 18-28 who live or work in 15 natural World Heritage sites will prepare an exhibit and statements to present at CBD COP 10 in October 2010.

Young People from World Heritage Sites Hold Forum for COP 10

IUCN has partnered with UNESCO World Heritage Centre and GTZ for a youth event in parallel to COP10 in Nagoya. The Youth Forum Go4BioDiv - World Heritage welcomes 35 young adults from natural World Heritage sites. Tatjana Puschkarsky of IUCN reports. …  

01 Oct 2010 | News story

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