WCC 2012 Rec 142

Status: 
ACTIVE
Other code: 
WCC-2012-Rec-142
Type: 
Recommendation
Conference type: 
World Conservation Congress
Year / Conference: 
2012 Jeju
English title: 
Actions to avert the extinctions of rare dolphins: Maui’s dolphins, Hector’s dolphins, Vaquita porpoises and South Asian river and freshwater dependent dolphins and porpoises
English file: 
French title: 
Actions en vue d’éviter l’extinction des dauphins rares : le dauphin de Maui, le dauphin d'Hector, le marsouin de Californie et les dauphins et marsouins de rivière et d’eau douce d’Asie du Sud-Est
Spanish title: 
Acciones para prevenir las extinciones de delfines raros: delfines de Maui, delfines de Héctor, vaquita y delfines del Ganges
Spanish file: 
Keywords: 
Species
Water
International agreements and processes
Fisheries
Environmental governance
ScienceResearch
Geographic scope: 
Global
South and East Asia
Country: 
New Zealand
Mexico

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Activity reports Period covered IUCN Constituent typesort descending IUCN Constituent Results /achievements
WCC 2012 Rec 142 - Activity Report 2015 IUCN Member Department of Conservation See attached Report: Maui dolphin: current status and 2015 update on New Zealand's research and management approach
WCC 2012 Rec 142 - Activity Report 2019 IUCN Member Faunam A.C./PG7 The suggested actions in the resolutions, have not been implemented
WCC 2012 Rec 142 - Activity Report 2019 IUCN Member Faunam A.C./PG7
WCC 2012 Rec 142 - Activity Report 2019 IUCN Member Environment and Conservation Organisations of New Zealand ECO and other NGO members of IUCN in NZ has been urging the NZ Government to take action to protect Maui and Hector's dolphin from fisheries bycatch.
WCC 2012 Rec 142 - Activity Report 2015 IUCN Secretariat Asia Regional Office The IUCN Cambodia and Thailand Country Offices have recently launched a transboundary dolphin conservation project, which includes the Irawaddy Dolphin (one of the species also targeted by this Recomm