International Conservation News
The conservation news section provides the latest news from various sources on conservation, environmental science and wildlife. AFC aims to raise interest in current issues to raise awareness and promote the support of conservation.
2016/10/10 - A decision on the siting of a seaport could improve the prospects of the restoration of the lizards, which were once believed to be extinct.
2016/10/10 - The Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog, discovered only in 2005, was probably a victim of the global trade in amphibians.
Opening Remarks by Ibrahim Thiaw, UN Environment Deputy Executive Director at the Regional Forum on Health and the Environment in Manila
Closing Remarks by Ibrahim Thiaw, UN Environment Deputy Executive Director at the 4th Regional Forum on Environment and Health
2016/09/29 - Seizure records in the database date back to 2005, and include any removal of great apes from unlawful situations...
2016/09/28 - - Twenty innovative start-ups from eight African countries announced as winners of UN-backed SEED Awards for eco-inclusive innovation - Winners will receive technical assistance and six months of free, tailor-made support to develop their business...
2016/09/28 - Check against delivery...
UN Secretary General's climate resilience initiative set to mobilize and accelerate climate action for sustainable development
MEDIA ADVISORY: Nations aim to reach an important agreement to protect the climate while continuing to preserve the ozone layer
2016/09/16 - - Italian Environment Ministry commits 4.5 million euro for the protection of the Mediterranean - The money will go to improving protection of marine parks and tackling marine litter, among others
2016/09/15 - - Global Environment Outlook findings for the pan-European region form basis for common action - Up to 44,000 Poles die prematurely due to poor air quality, according to European Environment Agency - Better use of available resources could earn the region 1.8 trillion Euro and create up to 3 million jobs in EU alone
2016/09/12 - Brazil and Barcelona star takes up Gisele Bündchen invitation to help end illegal trade in wildlife...
Governments to decide on trade in ivory, rhino horn and other wildlife products at World Wildlife Conference
2016/09/11 - Like her father before her, Isabella Dalla Ragione scours the countryside in search of varieties that no longer satisfy agricultural trends, market demands and modern tastes.