Members

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Members” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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Among the active projects in the Region, there are national, bi-national and regional (multi-country) projects, as well as global projects that are implemented in many countries around the world,...
These are the projects that have ended in the last three years in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Various projects mentioned here lead to the approval of a second or third implementation...
A Brighter Outlook for World Heritage, a project supported by the MAVA Foundation following the former Agenda for Nature project (2010-2014), is at the heart of IUCN’s vision for natural World...
The Asia Regional Conservation Forum (RCF) is one of Asia’s most important regional conservation events. This gathering of IUCN Members and partners brings together states, government agencies, NGOs...
IUCN Regional Office for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean works jointly with more than 100 Members and strategic allies in the region. 
Agenda for World Heritage over the next decade The sixth IUCN World Parks Congress, IUCN’s landmark global forum on protected areas taking place every 10 years, was organised from 12 to 19 November...
As part of Union-wide preparation for the 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress, three North American Regional Conservation Forums (RCFs) took place in 2015: one U.S. RCF in Washington D.C. on June...
Our work seeks to promote the concept of “rights approach” in the conservation and management of natural resources. This refers to the recognition of the rights of people and communities who inhabit...
Among the active projects in the Region, there are national, bi-national and regional (multi-country) projects, as well as global projects that are implemented in many countries around the world,...
Project’s Official Name: Energy and Extractive Industries and Afro American and Indigenous Territories in Central America. Articulating Territorial Agendas with National and Regional Agendas Much of...
IUCN harnesses the knowledge, resources and reach of 1,300 Member organisations. These include states and government agencies, NGOs large and small,...
Who can become a Member? IUCN membership is open to organisations (not individuals) particularly states, government agencies, political/economic integration organisations, and national and...
6th Asia Regional Conservation Forum 10-12 August 2015, Bangkok, Thailand In August 2015, around 500 representatives of governments, NGOs and the business sector from across Asia will come together...

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