It may have been first thing on a Monday morning but the ‘Healthy Parks, Healthy People’ panel were wide awake and keen to talk about town planning, inclusive and accessible parks, connected communities and teaching the young generation.
Sydney, Australie, 15 novembre 2014 – Les représentants des gouvernements Africains et les acteurs de la société civile partagent leurs expériences, sur ce phénomène (criminalité faunique) qui prend de plus en plus d’ampleur.
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After years of relative isolation, Myanmar has now emerged as one of the last frontiers for biodiversity conservation and protected area development in Southeast Asia. Myanmar’s rapid economic and political reforms present both threats and opportunities for biodiversity conservation, protected areas management and World Heritage status.
Durante el Congreso Mundial de Parques de Sídney 2014, Belice, Costa Rica y Nicaragua presentaron casos exitosos de buenas prácticas de ecoturismo, de créditos por biodiversidad y demanejo de áreas protegidas por poblaciones indígenas.
An innovative all-terrain wheelchair – the TrailRider – is improving access toAustralia’s national parks and special places for people of limited mobility. And in a world first, a motorised version of the chair is being launched at the IUCN World Parks Congress by Parks Victoria.
On a crisp winter morning off Lady Elliot Island, a passing manta ray was snapped sweeping above the ocean floor by diver Fabrice Jaine and today that shot has been announced as the winning photograph in the international SAVEDp