Last few hours for discounts on Congress fees

2012 is a busy year for environmental decision-making, with many large-scale conventions taking place. But the IUCN World Conservation Congress is a unique event with a unique audience. It is the only global summit that represents every aspect of conservation, bringing together leaders of all levels – from governments and international NGOs to academia and local charities.

Congress participants during the 2008 IUCN Congress in Barcelona Photo: IUCN

The IUCN Congress is the place to interact directly with the decision-makers who influence the global conservation agenda. This is why you must come to Jeju next September.

Up to 5 July, you can take advantage of the Early Bird fees, offering a 25% discount on the registration cost when you sign up and pay until that date. If you are fully registered up to that date, you can also take advantage of free eco-tours.

IUCN strives to create meaningful links between science, policy and action and every four year the Congress puts momentum into our mission. In 2012, this landmark event takes a new direction, with greater synergy between the Forum and Members’ Assembly.

This is also the first Congress to be held in Northeast Asia. The Korean people are proving to be highly engaged hosts who won’t disappoint you with their hospitality and efficiency.

UPDATE
The deadline for Early Bird fees is today. Due to a technical error, some people may have been instructed to pay the full fees earlier today. To ensure fairness, the Early Bird fees deadline has now been reset and will close on 6 July 10:00 (UTC/GMT).

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