Noticias de y para los Miembros

Ulaanbaatur, Mongolia, Sept 2009

UICN le da la bienvenida a Mongolia como nuevo Estado Miembro

El Gobierno de Mongolia ha anunciado su decisión de convertirse en Miembro de la UICN. El Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, Desarrollo Verde y Turismo ha sido designado por el Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores como su enlace con la Secretaría de la UICN. La UICN extiende su más cálida bienvenida al Gobierno de Mongolia.   | English | French

02 Apr 2015 | News story

LifeCycle project.

Fiji Stakeholders meet to review the LifeCycle Initiative

Multi sector stakeholder representatives of the LifeCycle initiative met in Fiji to review bicycle survey results and develop a plan to promote cycling in Fiji.   …  

02 Apr 2015 | News story

13A-062-009, SOS - Save Our Species, World Parrot trust, Timneh Parrot, Daniel Lopes

Turning the tide on nest poaching of Timneh parrots in Guinea-Bissau

As another breeding season for Timneh parrots gets underway in the Bijagós islands, hopes are high that the nest monitoring team can build on the successes of the previous year. In late 2014 the return of a poached chick to its nest, and its re-adoption by its parents, provides a heart-warming conservation story and a tangible sign that the strategy of employing former parrot trappers is paying conservation dividends.   …  

01 Apr 2015 | News story

Summer Northern Lights in Oulu

Finlandia acogerá el próximo Foro Regional de la Conservación para Europa, Norte y Centro Asia

La UICN anuncia que Helsinki, Finlandia, será la sede del Foro regional de la conservación para UICN en Europa, Norte y Centro Asia; del 14 al 17 de diciembre 2015.   | English | French

27 Mar 2015 | News story

West African Chimpanzee

Reducing Human-Chimpanzee conflicts in Guinea-Bissau

Tedros Medhin, project coordinator with Stichting Chimbo, an SOS Grantee and IUCN Member, reports from Boé, Guinea-Bissau, about how Village Vigilance Committees (CVVs) are helping to protect the local population of Endangered West African Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes ssp. verus). …  

25 Mar 2015 | News story

Watering a school vegetable garden on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. IUCN and partners are promoting water education so that future generations can benefit from development based on sustainable and equitable use of water.

Water is nature, water is everything

Every year on 22 March, the international community celebrates World Water Day, a day to draw global attention to the water challenge and renew commitments to safeguard the planet’s most vital resource. …  

22 Mar 2015 | News story

The Race For Water Odyssey to create the first ever inventory of plastic pollution in the ocean set off from Bordeaux, France.

Race against oceans of plastic

A unique sailing expedition to create the first ever inventory of plastic pollution across the most polluted ocean areas set off yesterday from Bordeaux, France. …  

16 Mar 2015 | News story

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

Purple-throated Carib

Pollinating birds and mammals declining, reveals first global assessment of trends in the status of pollinators

According to a new study by IUCN and partners, the conservation status of pollinating bird and mammal species is deteriorating, with more species moving towards extinction than away from it. …  

13 Mar 2015 | International news release

West Ship Island, Florida

Ecosystems key to protection from hurricanes

A study conducted in the United States following the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina has concluded that natural landscapes can contribute greatly to reducing disaster risk from storms if they are well managed. …  

11 Mar 2015 | Article