Global

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Global” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is the world's most comprehensive inventory of the global conservation status of plant and animal species. It uses a set of criteria to evaluate the...
Ecosystem Insider - IUCN CEM's Newsletter is sent out 4 times a year in the 3 official IUCN Languages
Latest Edition - December English - French - Spanish COP 24 Katowice, Poland - 10 years of EbA - UN Biodiversity Conference COP 14 Sharm El Sheikh-Egypt 13-29 November - Fisheries Expert Group...
Rangelands are currently neglected in the growing global restoration agenda, yet they are a major store of carbon and offer great possibilities for...
Pastoralism and the Restoration Agenda Chris MAGERO, Jonathan DAVIES and Razingrim OUEDRAOGO Rangelands are currently neglected in the growing global restoration agenda, yet they are a major store...
IUCN WCPA has a proud tradition of proposing global guidelines to protected area practitioners. For the full list of Best Practice Protected Areas Guidelines Series in the IUCN Library System, click...
Publications - Reports - Database - Webinars  -TAPAS Governance Documents Publications Photo: IUCN Tourism and visitor management in protected...
CEESP News - by Helen Schneider Flora and Fauna International is pleased to announce publication of a set of learning documents and practical tools...
These documents,developed through a partnership with Practical Action, can be downloaded here. For further information on this work, contact Helen Schneider  
A guest blog by Julia PG Jones, professor of conservation science from Bangor University and a member of IUCN’s Sustainable Use and Livelihoods...
At the IUCN World Conservation Congress in 2016, Members formally adopted a global policy on biodiversity offsets. This policy, the result of four years’ work by many IUCN Members, presents...
IUCN SSC Viper Specialist Group
Co-Chairs: Christopher L. Jenkins and Jesús Sigala-RodríguezRed List Authority Coordinator: Johannes PennerWebsite2016-2017 Viper SG Report
The IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) Quarterly Reports aim to share the activities of SSC with everyone interested in the conservation of...
December 2018SSC Quarterly report (web version 7mb) SSC Quarterly report (high resolution 15mb)   September 2018SSC Quarterly report (web version 6mb) SSC Quarterly report (high resolution 17mb...
The Mountain Ecosystems Specialist Group serves as the technical focal point for IUCN on mountain ecosystems.
Specialist Group LeadOmer Aijazi and Sejuti Basu SC Focal PointBernal Herrera Mountains cover 24% of the Earth’s land surface. They are home to 12% of the world’s population and another 14% of the...
IUCN Commission on Ecosystems Management (CEM) Mountain Ecosystem Specialist Group invites submissions of case studies on local and indigenous...
Deadline for abstracts –April 15 2019 - Deadline for final submissions – July 15 2019 Despite their documented roles in biodiversity conservation and resource governance (see, e.g. Reyes-Garcia et...
The central objective of the People and the Ocean SG is to promote the need to understand and integrate the voices, visions, rights, and livelihood...
  Indigenous people, coastal communities, small-scale fishers and island nations are intimately connected to, depend on and claim resources and territories in much of the world’s oceans and coastal...

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