Publication

IUCN 2021 : International Union for Conservation of Nature annual report

Science tells us where we are today, where we should be going, and how to get there. With political capital and bold partnerships, IUCN can bring actors from all sectors of society together and lead the transformational change we so desperately need.

At the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Marseille in 2021, the IUCN Programme was set over ten years, a time frame that allows us to better shape the world’s conservation agenda in a way that aligns with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. IUCN Members voted to create a new Member category for subnational governments to drive effective local conservation. We look forward to welcoming cities, regions and other subnational governments to our Union of over 1,400 Member organisations.