IUCN Global Protected Areas Programme and
IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas
Delivering the Promise of Sydney
Regulations under development at the International Seabed Authority (ISA) to manage deep-sea mining are insufficient to prevent irrevocable damage to marine ecosystems and a loss of unique species – many yet to be discovered, an IUCN report warns.
Returning from the 42nd World Heritage Committee meeting in Manama, in the Kingdom of Bahrain, Peter Shadie, IUCN’s World Heritage Senior Advisor and head of the IUCN delegation at the Committee, takes a moment to share some reflections on this year’s meeting...
Effective management of protected areas will allow countries in the Caribbean to better track the status of their natural resources, intervene quicker when issues need to be resolved, and potentially open them to more international funding that could aid in...
Lewis, Nai'a, Day, Jon, Wilhelm, 'Aulani, Wagner, Daniel, Gaymer, Carlos, Parks, John, Friedlander, Alan, White, Susan, Sheppard, Charles, Spalding, Mark, San Martin, Gustavo, Skeat, Andrew, Taei, Sue, Teroroko, Tukabu, Evans, Jacqueline
Badman, Tim, Bertzky, Bastian, Jaeger, Tilman, Kormos, Cyril F., Larsen, Peter Bille, Merm, Remco van, Osipova, Elena, Shi, Yichuan