26 April 2017 In Malawi, when asked what trees should be planted as a part of forest landscape restoration (FLR) projects, local stakeholders—predominantly male—suggested trees that provide timber, charcoal, and furniture-making materials commonly used only to provide sources of income. However, in these communities, planting trees and restoring the landscape provides opportunities and benefits for […]
Please enjoy this short video prepared by UICN-ORMACC on women’s roles in water management, conservation, and education in the Goascorán Basin in Honduras and El Salvador. To find out more visit http://www.waterandnature.org/initiatives/bridge-building-river-dialogue-and-governance
Women and wetlands: the hidden side of conservation solutions October 19, 2016 By Lorena Aguilar and Maggie Roth Melissa Wurramarrba, Karmelina Daniels and Daphne Daniels are three Aboriginal women rangers working as a part of the Yugal Mangi Rangers programme in the Northern Territory of Australia. There they oversee tasks such as controlled burning of […]
Quisiéramos empezar el año compartiendo con Ustedes una entrevista a Lorena Aguilar, Consejera Mundial de Género de UICN, que se realizó en el marco de la clausura del Grupo de Desarrollo de Capacidades en Género y Conservación,, el pasado mes de noviembre.