Patrons of Nature
IUCN founded the Patrons of Nature in 2010 to rally global leaders and mobilize resources in support of the Union’s vision of a just world which values and conserves nature. Patrons of Nature...
We work with more than 100 Members in this area, as well as with other regional partners and non-governmental organisations interested in the construction of a just world which values and committed...
IUCN and Cambodia’s Ministry of Environment sign agreement to promote closer collaboration
Phnom Penh 23 August 2017 — IUCN Cambodia and the Ministry of Environment (MoE) strengthened their cooperation by signing a Memorandum of...
In recent years, IUCN and MoE have collaborated on a wide range of projects with a focus on freshwater and coastal wetlands, transboundary water cooperation, and forest landscape restoration. Ms...
Waste not, want not - Wastewater focus of World Water Week
Every year World Water Week draws the global spotlight onto the world’s water challenges and opportunities. This year, the focus is on wastewater....
‘Water and waste: reduce and reuse’, is the tagline of this year’s World Water Week (WWW) taking place in Stockholm from 27 August to 1 September. The IUCN Global Water Programme, along...
Use of IUCN Member logo
IUCN Members can show their association with IUCN by using an official IUCN logo extension, designed specifically for the membership. This extension may be used in websites, letterheads, presentation...
In the past, Congresses were held every two years, then every three, and now they are held every four years. Initially, the Congress only consisted of a Members’ Assembly for all IUCN member...
On this page you will find documentation related to past Congresses and General Assemblies 2012 Congress ¦ All Resolutions and Recommendations ¦ All motions ¦ All Proceedings...
World Conservation Congress
Held once every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress brings together several thousand leaders and decision-makers from government, civil society, indigenous peoples, businesses, and...
How to become IUCN Member?
The IUCN receives applicants for institutional Members four times a year. The deadlines are: 31 March, 30 June, 30 September and 31 December. How to apply for a Membership?...
Who can become a Member?
According to the Statutes of the IUCN, States States shall be those which are Members of the United Nations or any of its Specialized Agencies, or of the International Atomic Energy Agency, or...
In recent years, from the IUCN Regional Office for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, our investigations and field work has generated knowledge on issues such as protected areas,...
New IUCN training focuses on engaging business to safeguard international public goods
All over the world, businesses make use of natural capital. Companies therefore benefit from healthy ecosystems. But how can nature conservation...
Businesses rely on natural resources for their production processes and depend on healthy ecosystems to remove waste, and maintain soil, water and air quality. At the same time, businesses can have...
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