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COVID-19 fallout undermining nature conservation efforts - IUCN publication

COVID-19 fallout undermining nature conservation efforts - IUCN publication

The pandemic has significantly impacted nature conservation around the globe, including job losses among protected area rangers, reduced anti-poaching patrols and environmental protection rollbacks, according to a collection of new research papers published today by IUCN in a special issue of PARKS.
12 Mar 2021
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©Antonio Busiello/WWF-US

COVID-19 fallout undermining nature conservation efforts - IUCN publication

The pandemic has significantly impacted nature conservation around the globe, including job losses among protected area rangers, reduced anti-poaching patrols and environmental protection rollbacks, according to a collection of new research papers published today by IUCN in a special issue of PARKS.
12 Mar 2021
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COVID-19 fallout undermining nature conservation efforts - IUCN publication

COVID-19 fallout undermining nature conservation efforts - IUCN publication
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How the post-COVID world will be different for MPAs

MPA News speaks to Carol Phua of CRRI and Marc Hockings of the University of Queensland on how the post-COVID world will be different for MPAs and how practitioners can plan ahead for the next disruption.
20 Apr 2021
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How the post-COVID world will be different for MPAs

How the post-COVID world will be different for MPAs
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©George J. Maelagi

As seafood disappears from reefs in western Solomons, communities call for government support

Solomon Islands communities call for assistance from authorities to help the reefs to recover from overfishing, pollution, climate change and human development.
16 Mar 2021
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As seafood disappears from reefs in western Solomons, communities call for government support

As seafood disappears from reefs in western Solomons, communities call for government support
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Widespread Bleaching Spotted in Solomon Islands Coral Reefs

Scientists have identified a widespread coral bleaching event on shallow, inshore reefs that had been previously thought to be less reactive to climate stress.
11 Mar 2021
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Widespread Bleaching Spotted in Solomon Islands Coral Reefs

Widespread Bleaching Spotted in Solomon Islands Coral Reefs
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In Solomon Islands, marine protection must put livelihoods front and center

As small island nations in the Pacific look to expand protected areas, creating mechanisms for effective community management will be key to ensure future generations can benefit from the ocean too.
10 Mar 2021
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In Solomon Islands, marine protection must put livelihoods front and center

In Solomon Islands, marine protection must put livelihoods front and center
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5 lessons we've learned as women in conservation science

February 11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Coral Reef Rescue Initiative's Shauna Mahajan and Gabby Ahmadia share five lessons they've learned as women in conservation science.
12 Feb 2021
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5 lessons we've learned as women in conservation science

5 lessons we've learned as women in conservation science
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10th Pacific Islands Conference

Theme: Nature Conservation Action for a Resilient Pacific, with effective conservation and management of biodiversity critical for ensuring Pacific island countries and territories are resilient and adaptable to a changing world.
24 - 27 Nov 2020
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10th Pacific Islands Conference

10th Pacific Islands Conference
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Summit on biodiversity

The Summit on Biodiversity will be convened under the theme “Urgent Action on Biodiversity for Sustainable Development.” The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) will assist the President of the General Assembly in the...
30 Sep 2020
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Summit on biodiversity

Summit on biodiversity
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World Fisheries Congress

The World Fisheries Congress will bring together research, industry and management to discuss the sustainable development of the world’s oceans, lakes, estuaries and rivers.
20 - 24 Sep 2020
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World Fisheries Congress

World Fisheries Congress
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Sparks of hope — why the least exposed coral reefs will determine the future

Carol Phua, WWF Coral Reef Rescue Initiative, and Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, University of Queensland, share some hopeful reasons to celebrate World Oceans Day.
07 Jun 2019
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Sparks of hope — why the least exposed coral reefs will determine the future

Sparks of hope — why the least exposed coral reefs will determine the future

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