Saving the Wild: Nature Conservation in the Caucasus
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Saving the Wild: Nature Conservation in the Caucasus
The Caucasus is one of the most diverse places on earth, with more species per acre than any other temperate zone. Leopards still roam here, only a few hours from central Europe, and conservation strategy is one of the few examples of inter-country collaboration in this region. A fascinating blend of culture, society and traditional life set in a history of fragmentation and conflict.
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Environmental Security in Azerbaijan

Environmental Security in Azerbaijan | Saving the Wild: Nature Conservation in the Caucasus | Scoop.it

Speaking at the presentation Mohamed Sheikh highlighted the increasing role of Azerbaijan in regional and global policy, and briefed the attendees on bringing many geo-economic, transport and energy projects to fruition in the country. He also underscored importance of activities as part of the IDEA Environment Campaign.  The South Caucasus is one of the regions with rich agro-biodiversity and is very senstive to climate change.  This report highlghts recent progress on environmental issues in the country.

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Environmental campaign IDEA calls for immediate actions

The international camp of young environmentalists 'The role of youth in environmental management:today and tomorrow' has kicked off in Gabala region of Azerbaijan.

 

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Five Gabala Principles Point Way to Rio

Five Gabala Principles Point Way to Rio | Saving the Wild: Nature Conservation in the Caucasus | Scoop.it
Recently I outlined my support for the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, and his aim for more young people to be included in crucial discussions on major policy issues such as sustainability and our global fight against climate change.
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