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  • Daño del castor en Tierra del Fuego El castor (Castor canadensis) fue introducido en el año 1946 en la Isla Grande Tierra del Fuego, alcanzando una distribución rápida en este territorio insular argentino y chileno, y colonizando luego la península Brunswick, en el territorio continental de Chile. La población actual de la especie se estima en 100.000 individuos. Los efectos del castor incluyen la destrucción de árboles por anillado e inundación de bosques de Nothofagus, así como la modificación de la dinámica de nutrientes del bosque. Photo: Carla Nowak

    Argentina; comunicar como estrategia ante las especies exóticas invasoras


    UICN América del Sur acompaña a su socio FAO Argentina en el lanzamiento de audiovisuales para el abordaje de una de las mayores problemáticas para la conservación de nuestra biodiversidad.

  • Participantes desarrollando dinámicas de ODS en el primer modulo del Programa de Lideres Ambientales Photo: Instituto Jane Goodall Argentina

    El Instituto Jane Goodall Argentina y la Universidad del Salvador presentan el Programa de Líderes Ambientales


    El Instituto Jane Goodall Argentina, junto a la Universidad del Salvador, lanzaron el “Programa de Líderes Ambientales - Diseño, desarrollo y mentoreo de proyectos socio-ambientales”.  El objetivo del programa es capacitar estudiantes universitarios para...

  • SEAMEO Call for entries SEAMEO Call for entries Photo: SEAMEO

    2018 SEAMEO - Japan Education for Sustainable Development Award


    Competition for educational organisations in Southeast Asian countries - Submission deadline: 3 September 2018.

  • Enfants de l'école privée d'Oualidia, Maroc Photo: Blandine Mélis

    De nombreuses voix, une seule chanson


    Les enfants d’Afrique chantent pour les oiseaux migrateurs

  • Exposure of 50,000 postcards in Marrakech at COP22in 2016 Photo: Daniel Maselli, SDC

    Guinness Record 2018: 100'000 climate change postcards


    The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC intends to beat the Guinness World Record of the largest composed postcard with the help of children and youth.

  • Taghi Farvar Photo: IUCN

    IUCN mourns the passing of Dr Mohammad Taghi-Farvar


    It is with great sorrow that we inform you that Dr Mohammad Taghi-Farvar passed away on Monday 16 July 2018.

  • 'Global Youth Movement for Climate Change Action' Photo: IUCN

    Guinness Record 2018: 100,000 climate change postcards


    The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC intends to beat the Guinness World Record of the largest composed postcard with the help of children and youth.

  • IUCN 70th Celebrations Photo: IUCN

    IUCN 70th Anniversary celebrations in Halifax, Canada


    IUCN Indigenous Peoples’ Organisation (IPO) Members and non-members attending the Communities, Conservation & Livelihoods conference in Halifax, celebrated IUCN’s 70th Anniversary on 30 May 2018.

  • Feeling save during field trip Feeling save during field trip Photo: Peter Paul van Kempen

    Great solutions deserve strategic communication


    The desert in Africa is always hungry, looking for fertile land to devour. The SAWAP project develops new ways to fight the desert, for instance with smart agriculture. That’s great! But who knows about these innovative solutions? And who adopts them? Experts...

  • Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, World Heritage, youth Madison Pearl Edwards Photo: IUCN / Angela Jones

    The 12-year-old Belizean girl who spoke up at the World Heritage Committee meeting – interview


    “I respectfully encourage the representatives of each country present to think of my generation in decision-making regarding World Heritage sites – our barrier reef and our planet depend on it.” Thus did Madison Pearl Edwards address the delegates gathered at...


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