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IUCN’s work covers a diverse range of issues and projects in more than 50 countries and in communities all over the world. You can explore our work here by using the search boxes or browse through the alphabetical list.

North Africa Programme

The IUCN Programme in North Africa 2013‐2016 was prepared by the IUCN Centre For Mediterranean Cooperation in Malaga (IUCN‐Med), based on the main orientations...

Occasional Papers

Agroecology versus Ecoagriculture: Balancing Food Production and Biodiversity Conservation in the Midst of Social Inequity CEESP Occasional Paper 3, by...

Oceans

MARINE BIODIVERSITY At the 2012 UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20), States committed themselves "to address, on an urgent basis ... the...

Oceans, Coasts and Coral Reefs

2016 Year in Review The Oceans, Coasts and Coral Reefs Specialist Group, led by Co-Chairs Nilufer Oral and David VanderZwaag, had a productive year in 2016...

Other projects

IUCN work in the field of Ecomomics is varied and highly important to support the work of many IUCN thematic programmes. Some of these are listed and explained...

Peer networks

IUCN connects more than 16,000 specialists across its six expert Commissions, as well as more than 1,300 Member organisations. Clearly, though, the challenges...

People and Landscapes

The People & Landscapes thematic area in Eastern and Southern Africa aims to deploy nature-base solutions to regional challenges, including climate...
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People in Nature (PiN)

People benefit from flows of resources and services provided by nature, yet this relationship remains insufficiently recognized in planning and policy....
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People in Nature (PiN)

The People in Nature (PiN) Knowledge Basket (formerly Human Dependence on Nature, or HDN) provides a process of systematic data collection, analysis and...
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Permanent Observer Mission to the UN

IUCN maintains a formally accredited permanent observer mission to the UN in New York. IUCN also has designated representatives for the United Nations...

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