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IUCN全球总干事访问中国

2015年3月12日,中国北京——世界自然保护联盟(IUCN)新上任的全球总干事Inger Andersen女士近日到中国访问,期间先后拜访了国家发展与改革委员会、国家环境保护部以及国家林业局,还同IUCN会员单位和科学委员会专家代表进行了座谈,共同探讨IUCN与各部委、会员单位和专家的合作情况与发展前景。IUCN主席章新胜出席了上述活动。 

19 Mar 2015 | Article

BRIDGE Technical Forum, March 2015, Bangkok, Thailand.

Technical forum yields commitments for better collaboration on data sharing in the 3S Basins

“Cooperation” was the key word that echoed throughout a forum meant for technical experts working on the 3S Basins held last month. …  

19 Mar 2015 | Article

Forest Connect members meeting with forest planting group in Yen Bai Province

Beyond grouping: toward sustainable forest and farmer enterprises

By 2013, as part of a long-term national program to "socialize" forest management, 3.4 million hectares of forest had been allocated to more than 1.4 million smallholders. However, nearly 50% of these households have no more than 1 hectare of forest, which limits their ability to achieve economies of scale in, and increase income from timber production. Organizing smallholders into forest and farm producer organizations (FFPOs) and promoting cooperatives is therefore considered a precondition to increasing the productivity of the forestry sector and reducing poverty.   …  

16 Mar 2015 | Article
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Aerial view of Fire Island wilderness breach after Hurricane Sandy

Nature's protective power

IUCN experts are gathering at a UN conference in Japan this week to deliver the evidence to policy makers that healthy ecosystems play a critical role in protecting people from disasters. …  

14 Mar 2015 | News story

Youth plant mangroves near the Bhitarkanika Mangrove Forest, Orissa, India

Mangroves pivotal to protection of Bengal communities

A study has revealed that rice croplands which are protected by mangroves provide a stronger resistance to cyclones and therefore help support human lives in countries affected by tropical weather conditions. …  

11 Mar 2015 | Article

Cham Islands, Hoi An, Vietnam

Vietnam beauty spot learns to tame the beast

As the Vietnamese city of Hoi An boldly declared its vision to become an eco-city by 2030, locals - who have long feared for the future of nearby Cham Islands Marine Protected Area (MPA) - breathed a huge sigh of relief secure in the knowledge that every effort would be made to preserve this paradise which has been threatened by overfishing, climate change and extreme weather for many years. …  

11 Mar 2015 | Article

Group - IUCN President's visit to SriLanka

IUCN President Mr Zhang Xinsheng visits IUCN Sri Lanka office

 Mr Zhang Xinsheng, the President of International Union for Conservation of Nature visited IUCN Sri Lanka office on Sunday, 28 December 2014.  …  

09 Mar 2015 | News story

Women bike on the way back home after collecting aquatic resources in Xuan Thuy National Park.

Empowering women: a win for the environment and humanity

Closing the gender gap in the environmental arena will lead to huge gains in conservation, biodiversity, and in addressing climate change. …  

09 Mar 2015 | Article

Sunda pangolin (Manis javanica)

Wildlife crime - it’s everyone’s challenge

Statement by IUCN Director General, Inger Andersen on World Wildlife Day. …  

03 Mar 2015 | Article

Sundarbans cyclone

IUCN Director General joins French State visit to the Philippines to mobilise support for a global climate agreement

At the invitation of French President François Hollande, IUCN’s Director General, Inger Andersen, travelled with a high-level delegation this week to the Philippines to see first-hand the impacts of climate change on the island nation and mobilise support for a global climate deal which is expected to be signed later this year in Paris. …   | French

28 Feb 2015 | News story