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New Green List of Protected Areas applauds effective conservation

The announcement of a new IUCN Green List of Protected Areas has been welcomed by leading conservationists at the World Parks Congress in Sydney.

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Latest IUCN Red List released at World Parks Congress

The world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of plant, animal and fungi species shows biodiversity at risk.

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NGOs call for better protection of World Heritage sites

Nine leading NGOs, including Fauna & Flora International, are calling for urgent action to protect UNESCO World Heritage sites from mining and other extractive activities.

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Emergency funding ‘critical for the wellbeing of World Heritage sites’

As leaders gather for the IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney, a new report highlights the importance of emergency funding for World Heritage sites in times of crisis.

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Older News from Africa & Madagascar

  1. 20.10.14One of world’s last remaining northern white rhinos dies
  2. 16.10.14Emergency appeal to combat militant elephant poaching in DRC
  3. 14.10.14Cross River gorillas to benefit from new protected area in Cameroon
  4. 07.10.14New visitor centre showcases splendour of South Africa’s floral kingdom
  5. 15.08.14Four chameleon species discovered in Mozambique’s ‘sky islands’
  6. 01.08.14Fauna & Flora International joins the Amphibian Survival Alliance
  7. 31.07.14World Ranger Day: celebrating the unsung conservation heroes
  8. 08.07.14Wildly popular online game supports wild populations of rhinos
  9. 04.07.1410th annual naming ceremony celebrates new baby mountain gorillas
  10. 30.06.14Garamba National Park under attack from armed poachers in DRC
  11. 23.06.14Andy Murray defends Wimbledon…and wildlife
  12. 20.06.14Trekking tourists to become wild gorilla guardians
  13. 11.06.14Marsh Awards recognise outstanding achievements of two young conservationists
  14. 09.06.14The Duke of Cambridge and David Beckham Unite for Wildlife
  15. 25.04.14World’s threatened trees to benefit from new conservation partnership
  16. 18.04.14Conservation Leadership Programme announces 2014 award winners
  17. 14.04.14Study shows climate change disrupts natural relationships between species
  18. 08.04.14Priority conservation projects given the green light by renowned Swiss foundation
  19. 13.03.14Culture and values enhancing conservation in Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains
  20. 12.02.14United for Wildlife alliance to tackle illegal wildlife trade

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