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List of conservation organisations. This is a list of conservation organisations which are organisations that primarily deal with the conservation of various ecosystems: List of conservation organizations[edit] Cave Conservancies[edit] Cave Conservancies - land trusts specialized in caves and karst features Appalachian Cave ConservancyButler Cave Conservation SocietyCarroll Cave ConservancyCave Conservancy of HawaiiCave Conservancy of the VirginiasEllis Cave ConservancyGreat Saltpetre CaveGreater Cincinnati GrottoIndiana Karst ConservancyKarst Conservancy of IllinoisMichigan Karst ConservancyMid-Atlantic Karst ConservancyMissouri Caves and Karst ConservancyNational Speleological SocietyNew Jersey Cave ConservancyNortheastern Cave ConservancyPennsylvania Cave ConservancyRockcastle Karst ConservancySoutheastern Cave Conservancy Inc.Texas Cave ConservancyTexas Cave Management AssociationWest Virginia Cave ConservancyWestern Cave Conservancy.

List of conservation organisations

Categoría:Parques nacionales por país. Conservation biology. Efforts are being taken to preserve the natural characteristics of Hopetoun Falls, Australia while continuing to allow visitor access Conservation biology is the scientific study of nature and of Earth's biodiversity with the aim of protecting species, their habitats, and ecosystems from excessive rates of extinction and the erosion of biotic interactions.[1][2][3] It is an interdisciplinary subject drawing on natural and social sciences, and the practice of natural resource management.[4][5][6][7] The conservation ethic is based on the findings of conservation biology.

Conservation biology

Use of the term[edit] Description[edit] Conservation biologists research and educate on the trends and process of biodiversity loss, species extinctions, and the negative effect these are having on our capabilities to sustain the well-being of human society. History[edit] The conservation of natural indian resources is the fundamental problem. Categoría:Parques nacionales por continente. Liste des parcs nationaux. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Liste des parcs nationaux

Cette liste des parcs nationaux comporte une partie des parcs nationaux (type II de l'UICN) à travers le monde, par continents. En 2003, la liste des aires protégées des Nations unies comptait plus de 100 000 aires protégées dans le monde, dont 3 881 parcs nationaux[1]. List of national parks. This is a list of national parks as defined by the International Union for Conservation of Nature ordered by nation.

List of national parks

Nearly 100 countries around the world have lands classified as a national park by this definition. Note that this article links to list articles of national parks by country on Wikipedia in the "Country" column in the tables. IUCN protected area categories. IUCN protected area categories, or IUCN protected area management categories, are categories used to classify protected areas in a system developed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).[1][2] The enlisting of such areas is part of a strategy being used toward the conservation of the world's natural environment and biodiversity.

IUCN protected area categories

The IUCN has developed the protected area management categories system to define, record, and classify the wide variety of specific aims and concerns when categorising protected areas and their objectives. This categorisation method is recognised on a global scale by national governments and international bodies such as the United Nations and the Convention on Biological Diversity.[3] Categories[edit] Category Ia — Strict Nature Reserve[edit] A strict nature reserve (IUCN Category Ia) is an area which is protected from all but light human use in order to preserve the geological and geomorphical features of the region and its biodiversity.

Parc national. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Parc national

Parc national de la forêt bavaroise, en Allemagne. Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] La première approche de l'idée de parc national a été formulée aux États-Unis en 1832 par le peintre américain George Catlin (1796-1872). De retour d'un voyage dans l'Ouest, il propose une politique de protection par le gouvernement d'un « parc contenant hommes et bêtes dans toute la beauté sauvage de leur nature ». La première réserve naît aux États-Unis où Abraham Lincoln, le , déclare terrain public inaliénable la vallée du Yosemite en Californie.

Le premier parc national européen est créé en Suisse, en 1914. Plus récemment, certains parcs nationaux ont obtenu le diplôme européen du Conseil de l’Europe pour des actions de protection particulièrement remarquables. Portail:Conservation de la nature. Portail:Conservation de la nature Une page de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Portail:Conservation de la nature

Aller à : navigation, rechercher Autres portails thématiques Rafraîchir cette page Ce document provient de « ». CITES. Global Protected Areas Programme. Protected areas – national parks, wilderness areas, community conserved areas, nature reserves and so on – are a mainstay of biodiversity conservation, while also contributing to people’s livelihoods, particularly at the local level.

Global Protected Areas Programme

Protected areas are at the core of efforts towards conserving nature and the services it provides us – food, clean water supply, medicines and protection from the impacts of natural disasters. Their role in helping mitigate and adapt to climate change is also increasingly recognized; it has been estimated that the global network of protected areas stores at least 15% of terrestrial carbon. Protected Planet.