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The importance of trees and biodiversity in countering land degradation according to Jonathan Davies from the IUCN Drylands Initiative in Kenya.
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Next year, the world gathers to decide on and sustainable development priorities that will affect global goals for 2030. Join us at the 2020 and be part of a pivotal year for preparing the next decade.
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IUCN Jun 17
Land degradation contributes to biodiversity loss, , food and water insecurity, drought, and other social and environmental challenges. Find out how IUCN is combatting desertification.
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IUCN Jun 17
Land degradation is the loss in productivity—biological or economic—of land. Learn about IUCN’s efforts to reduce land degradation.
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IUCN Jun 17
Thank you again for your excellent work as our DG, and we look forward to your success and continued collaboration
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IUCN Jun 15
Freshwater habitats cover less than 1% of the world’s surface, yet they provide a home for over 25% of all described vertebrates. Learn about IUCN’s efforts to lessen the threats to biodiversity.
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IUCN Jun 14
2020 is a critical year for nature and all of humanity, getting nature right is a prerequisite for achieving the vision of a more prosperous, healthy and equitable world by 2030. Join the to set the conservation agenda for the next decade.
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IUCN Jun 14
The degradation of , which cover 41% of the earth’s land surface and sustain the livelihoods of 2 billion people, is a major global concern. Learn about our nature-based solutions to land degradation.
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IUCN Jun 13
The is the only international conservation gathering that brings governments, civil society and indigenous peoples’ organisations to the same table to take decisions. Save the date, and add your voice to the conversation in June 2020.
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IUCN Jun 13
Attn Media: It's less than one year to the 2020 in Marseille in what will be a crucial year for global biodiversity and humanity. Journalists can learn more in our media advisory.
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IUCN Jun 13
is the biggest potential threat to natural sites but these sites can be part of the solution. Learn how
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IUCN Jun 12
2020 is a critical year for nature and humanity and getting nature right is a prerequisite for achieving the vision of a more prosperous, healthy and equitable world by 2030. Join us at the to set the conservation agenda for the next decade.
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IUCN Jun 12
IUCN recommends three natural sites be listed as “in danger” including a site that is part of one of the world’s largest mangrove forests.
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IUCN Jun 12
Thanks to you both. This is a very important point. IUCN and the government of France intend to offset all carbon emissions related to the Congress, as we have done in the past. More details coming as we finalise the process.
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IUCN Jun 11
In one year, the world gathers to decide on and sustainable development priorities that will affect global goals for 2030. Join us at the 2020 and be part of a pivotal year for preparing the next decade.
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IUCN Jun 11
Save the date! Exactly 12 months from today, thousands of participants from over 160 countries convene at the 2020. The decisions made and actions taken will set the conservation agenda for the next decade. Let’s get right together.
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IUCN Jun 11
In one year, the world comes together at the 2020 in Marseille to set the conservation agenda. Join us next June to make sure we get right ensuring a more prosperous, healthy and equitable world by 2030.
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IUCN Jun 11
News: A site in Mexico that is home to the last remaining vaquitas is one of three natural sites IUCN recommends to be listed as “in danger”.
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IUCN Jun 10
Women must be included in efforts to protect the rapidly declining marine ecosystems and the livelihoods they sustain. Statement from IUCN Director General Dr. Grethel Aguilar for .
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IUCN Jun 9
Women play vital roles as decision makers, natural resource managers, stakeholders, caregivers and knowledge holders. Learn about our gender-responsive approach to enable better natural resource governance and .
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