Les six Commissions de l’UICN sont de vastes réseaux actifs de scientifiques et d’experts fournissant à l’UICN et à ses Membres un savoir-faire solide et des conseils stratégiques en faveur de la conservation et du développement durable. Les Commissions se concentrent sur :

UICN Commission de l'Education et de la Communication Photo: IUCN
UICN Commission de la Gestion des Ecosystèmes Photo: IUCN

Commission des politiques environnementales, économiques et sociales Photo: IUCN
UICN Commission de survie des espèces Photo: IUCN IUCN WCEL Photo: IUCN UICN Commission mondiale des aires protégées Photo: IUCN

Les priorités des Commissions sont:


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