Archives for November 2014

STUDY: Volunteering can help save wildlife

20 November 2014 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

BANGALORE, INDIA Participation of non-scientists as volunteers in conservation can play a significant role in [Continue Reading…]

IUCN summit delivers major commitments to save Earth’s most precious natural areas

19 November 2014 | International Union for Conservation of Nature News Release

Sydney, Australia – The IUCN World Parks Congress 2014, the once-in-a-decade global forum on protected areas, closes [Continue Reading…]

Global appetite for resources pushing new species to the brink – IUCN Red List

17 November 2014 | International Union for Conservation of Nature News Release

Pacific Bluefin Tuna, Chinese Pufferfish, American Eel, Chinese Cobra and an Australian butterfly are threatened with extinction[Continue Reading…]

Sustainable tourism in protected areas can be critical for their survival, says new IUCN report

14 November 2014 | International Union for Conservation of Nature News Release

Sydney, Australia, 14 November 2014 (IUCN) – Increasing the number of visitors to protected areas can be an effective tool for [Continue Reading…]

Historic Advances in International Shark and Ray Conservation

09 November 2014 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

Twenty-one species listed under Convention on Migratory Species
Quito, Ecuador – Conservationists are [Continue Reading…]

A fraction of global military spending could save the planet’s biodiversity, say experts

05 November 2014 | International Union for Conservation of Nature News Release

Only one in four protected areas is well managed. A fundamental step-change involving an increase in funding and [Continue Reading…]

Bangladesh Creates New Marine Protected Area For Dolphins, Whales, Sharks, and Sea Turtles

03 November 2014 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

“Swatch of No Ground Marine Protected Area” is Bangladesh’s first MPA
New marine protected area announced as [Continue Reading…]


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