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Latest news from and for Members

 

SOS - Save Our Species, EWT, Jay Roode, Dugong, Bazaruto Archipelago National Park

A good year for Bazaruto's Dugongs

Reaching October without a single Dugong mortality is something we need to shout about according to SOS Grantee Karen Allen from IUCN Member, Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT).   …  

31 Oct 2014 | News story

Connecting to Earth

Survey on online networking tools for biodiversity

The Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Network (BES-Net) welcomes your views on an online networking tool for a more effective management of biodiversity and ecosystems worldwide. …  

29 Oct 2014 | News story

Stefan Leiner, Head of the Nature Unit, European Commission Directorate General for the Environment

The power of partnerships

Interview with Stefan Leiner, Head of the Nature Unit in the European Commission’s Directorate General for the Environment. …  

29 Oct 2014 | Article

Scalloped hammerhead, Sphyrna lewini

New commitments for the conservation of migratory species

Internationally coordinated conservation measures for the world’s migratory species will be discussed next week at the 11th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP) of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS). The IUCN Delegation, including participants from the Regional Office for South America and experts from the Species Survival Commission (SSC), will provide technical advice to Parties on the submitted proposals. …   | Spanish

28 Oct 2014 | News story

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