Environment & Conservation
YourTerm ENVI is a terminology project aiming at creating multilingual glossaries in the field of environment and conservation, and at promoting the harmonisation of environmental terminologies.
Conservation of the global environment is one of the major issues at stake to define the future of contemporary societies: committing to a more sustainable and fair development is surely the key for the protection of all ecosystems.
The following sub-projects collect and classify relevant terminology in the macro-field of environment:
One of the most topical issues of current times, climate change includes terminology from a variety of disciplines and research fields, from science and biology to communication, health, and social studies.
Natural Parks are one of the most valuable means for the protection of natural ecosystems. This sub-project includes terminology about inland reserves and protected terrestrial areas, with relevant terminology in the domain of conservation.
Nature and Biodiversity
All natural environments are incredibly rich in biodiversity. In this sub-project, terms about natural environments, biodiversity and its forms are collected.
Conservation of the marine environment is pivotal to the future of our planet. This sub-project collects multilingual terminology on global oceans and seas from several domains, such as science, chemistry, biology, but also international law and policy-making.
Find and use the relevant terminology resources.
TERMINOLOGY PROJECTS & COLLABORATIONS
Consult the concepts and terms of the ongoing project and connect with the partners in the project.
For this week, we decided to dedicate our #MondayReading category to climate change. From the moment though that terminology is our passion, what could be better than a reading related to climate change valuable terms? Thus, we present you the brochure produced by the General Secretariat of the Council in 2011 entitled Climate Change Key Terms in 23 Languages.
We bring to you this refreshed post originally published on the 25th of January, 2016 after the recent events affecting the Paris Agreement. In this post you will find an interesting reflection on the role that terminology plays in the construction of social dialogue and in the success of global conversations, and also a useful glossary in relation to the issues covered by the Paris Agreement. We hope you find it interesting!