• Energy

    Energy

    Countries, corporations and society are currently facing large scale economic and ecological challenges. Corporations are directed to apply systematic environmental management, including the use of renewable energy sources.

  • Water

    Water

    The importance of water cannot be understated. It sustains life, powers industries, irrigates fields and is an essential component to many environmental processes.

  • Climate Change

    Climate Change

    The Climate Change has become one of the most complicated issues facing world leaders today.

  • Forests

    Forests

    Forests are an incredibly rich source of natural resources, but millions of hectares are destroyed every year to meet the increasing demand for paper, wood and other products.

 
 

WNO NEWSROOM

  • Secretary-General: Small Steps Can Already Change a Lot

    Secretary-General: Small Steps Can Already Change a Lot

    Nov 07,2014

    At the beginning of October, the Secretary-General of the World Nature Organisation (WNO), Count Oliver of Wurmbrand-Stuppach gave his second interview for the International Innovation, a publication dedicated to disseminating the latest in science, research […]

WNO Recent News

  • Secretary-General: Small Steps Can Already Change a Lot

    Secretary-General: Small Steps Can Already Change a Lot

    At the beginning of October, the Secretary-General of the World Nature Organisation (WNO), Count Oliver of Wurmbrand-Stuppach gave his second interview for the International Innovation, a publication dedicated to disseminating the latest in science, research […]

     
  • Secretary-General visits Geneva

    Secretary-General visits Geneva

    At the invitation of several ambassadors based in Geneva, the Secretary-General of the WNO, Count Oliver of Wurmbrand-Stuppach visited the Permanent Missions to the United Nations on Friday, 3rd October 2014. Geneva – On the […]

     
  • Invitation to All States to Join the World Nature Organization

    Invitation to All States to Join the World Nature Organization

    After the entry into force of the WNO Treaty on 1st May 2014, all of the world’s governments and a number of intergovernmental organizations have now been invited to join the WNO. Geneva – The […]

     
  • WNO decides on Decentralized Structure

    WNO decides on Decentralized Structure

    The World Nature Organization has not yet determined its headquarters, but in the course of selecting a location, the World Nature Organization has reaffirmed to rely on a decentralized structure and not to create a […]

     
  • EUCLID becomes a member of the WNO

    EUCLID becomes a member of the WNO

    With the signature from His Excellency Syed Zahid Ali, Secretary General of EUCLID on the treaty establishing the World Nature Organization (WNO Treaty) and in accordance with article XVII of the WNO treaty, the intergovernmental […]

     
  • Image (left to right): Hon. Minister André JOHNSON, Minister of Environment of the Republic of Togo, Mrs. Mathilde EZIH, WNO employee and Prof. Koffi Ahanogbe, WNO special representative, during their visit to the Ministry of Environment in Lomé.

    Special Representative Continues Visit in West Africa

    Geneva – The WNO special representative, Prof. Koffi Ahanogbe, once again visited several West African states last month and discussed the accession to the WNO on the highest level. “The interest in a global, intergovernmental […]

     
 
 

WNO HIGHLIGHTS

 

Secretariat of the World Nature Organization

The WNO Treaty officially entered into force on 1st May 2014, in accordance with article XVII (3). The Treaty is open for accession to all states and intergovernmental organizations which have not yet signed the treaty. Following the introduction of the WNO Treaty, the Preparatory Commission was dissolved and replaced by the WNO Secretariat.

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