L'équipe d'Intervention d'urgence d'IFAW en route pour l'île de la Dominique

October 26, 2017
Kelvin Alie, Vice-président exécutif et l'auteur du blog sur ses terres natales.

Kelvin Alie, Vice-président exécutif et l'auteur du blog, sur ses terres natales pour intervenir suite aux ouragans.Ce dernier mois a été atroce après le passage de l'ouragan Irma et toute la destruction qu'il a apportée chez moi, sur l'île de la Dominique.

Rettungsteam nach Hurrikan „Maria“ im Einsatz auf Dominica

October 26, 2017
IFAW Vizepräsident Kelvin Alie auf Dominica nach Hurrikan Maria.

IFAW Vizepräsident Kelvin Alie auf seiner Heimatinsel Dominica nach Hurrikan "Maria".Es war ein entsetzlicher Monat für mich, seit Hurrikan „Maria“ meine Heimatinsel Dominica überrollt hatte. In den ersten Tagen nach der Katastrophe gelangten kaum Informationen nach außen.

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世論調査でアイスランド人の捕鯨支持下落が明らかに

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October 25, 2017
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今日発表された世論調査の結果によると、アイスランド人のミンククジラ猟への支持は、わずか1年で5パーセント下落しました。

国際動物福祉基金 (IFAW)が委託したギャラップ調査によると、昨年の50.8パーセントに比べて、今回はアイスランド人の45.8パーセントがミンククジラ猟を支持すると答えました。こうした調査でアイスランド人の捕鯨への支持が50パーセント未満だったのは初めてです。

アイスランド人のナガスクジラ猟への支持も大幅に減少し、2016年の42パーセントに比べて、今回ナガスクジラ猟を支持すると主張した人は35.4パーセントでした。わずか4年前、同様の調査では、ミンククジラ猟を支持する人は65.7パーセント、ナガスクジラ猟を支持する人は56.9パーセントで、約20パーセント高かったことになります。

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英国ロンドン
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クレア・スターリング(IFAW UK)
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+44 (0)7917 507717
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НА КОНФЕРЕНЦИИ ООН СТРАНЫ МИРА ВЗЯЛИ НА СЕБЯ ОБЯЗАТЕЛЬСТВА В ОТНОШЕНИИ ОХРАНЫ ДИКИХ ЖИВОТНЫХ АФРИКИ

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October 26, 2017
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Global commitment secured to safeguard African wildlife at UN conference
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Global commitment secured to safeguard African wildlife at UN conference

IFAW (Международный фонд защиты животных) в большим воодушевлением отнесся к решению правительств мировых государств взять на себя обязательства по совершенствованию мер, направленных на охрану некоторых символических видов диких животных Африки: львов, леопардов, шимпанзе и жирафов. Такое решение было принято на 12й Конференции Сторон Конвенции по сохранению мигрирующих видов диких животных (CMS).

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Manila, Philippines
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Rebekka Thompson-Jones (IFAW AU)
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+61 (0)401 090 034
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IFAW Disaster Response team heads to the island of Dominica

October 26, 2017
ifaw kelvin alie travels to his home island of dominica after hurricane maria

ifaw kelvin alie travels to home island dominica after hurricane mariaIt has been an excruciating month for me since Hurricane Maria slammed my home island of Dominica. There was almost no information coming out in the first few days after the disaster. I couldn’t reach my family.

IFAW Disaster Response team heads to the island of Dominica

October 26, 2017
ifaw kelvin alie travels to his home island of dominica after hurricane maria

ifaw kelvin alie travels to home island dominica after hurricane mariaIt has been an excruciating month for me since Hurricane Maria slammed my home island of Dominica. There was almost no information coming out in the first few days after the disaster. I couldn’t reach my family.

Artenschutzkonferenz einigt sich auf besseren Schutz für Haie, Löwen, Leoparden, Giraffen und Schimpansen

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October 26, 2017
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Leoparden werden in Zukunft besser geschützt
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Leoparden werden in Zukunft besser geschützt

Heute haben die Vertragsstaaten der Bonner Konvention zum Schutz wandernder Tierarten (oder CMS) auf ihrer Konferenz in Manila (COP 12) für einen besseren Schutz verschiedener Arten gestimmt. Der Walhai und die Mittelmeer-Population des Geigenrochens wurden in den Anhang I aufgenommen, das heißt, dass alle 126 Mitgliedsstaaten sich verpflichten, diese Arten und ihre Lebensräume streng zu schützen.

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Hamburg
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Dörte von der Reith
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Global commitment secured to safeguard African wildlife at UN conference

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October 26, 2017
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Global commitment secured to safeguard African wildlife at UN conference

IFAW (the International Fund for Animal Welfare) welcomed the commitment by world governments to increase protection for some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife: lions, leopards, chimpanzees and giraffes at the 12th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS),

However, this added protection, only came about after a historical first at CMS, when governments had to vote on species proposals, after failing to reach consensus.

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Manila, Philippines
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Rebekka Thompson-Jones (IFAW AU)
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+61 (0)401 090 034
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Greater protection on sharks likely at UN conference

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October 26, 2017
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Greater protection on sharks likely at UN conference

IFAW (the International Fund for Animal Welfare) is hopeful that after four days of intense negotiation, world governments are set to increase protection for a range of shark species at the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS), a UN wildlife conference today, including the world’s largest fish, the whale shark.

By contrast, the CMS looks to be heading to a historical first-ever votes on species proposals, after countries failed so far to agree on new international collaboration to conserve lions, leopards, giraffes and chimpanzees.

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Manila, Philippines
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Rebekka Thompson-Jones (IFAW AU)
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