Join us in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for the 28th UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP28), a global climate change forum bringing together scientists, government and industry leaders, and professionals of all walks of life to inform, inspire and act on climate change.
News | 27 Nov, 2023
This introductory report's target audience is professionals from governments, civil society, private sector, and other stakeholders who know multilateral processes and treaties but are not high seas “BBNJ (biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction) experts”. The report is more digestible than…
Grey literature | 2023
An Introduction to the Agreement under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction
Information brief | 2023
IUCN Key messages for the twenty-eighth session of the Council (Part II) and the Assembly of the International Seabed Authority (ISA), Kingston, Jamaica.Council: 10 - 21 July Assembly: 24 - 28 July 2023
News | 26 Jun, 2023
The body responsible for the protection of Antarctica’s precious life, The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), has just completed a special meeting in Santiago, Chile. IUCN participated as an observer promoting independent science and urging delegates…
Story | 29 Mar, 2023
As the world moves towards an international, legally binding instrument on plastic pollution, IUCN and GRID-Arendal partner in a new project: AFRIPAC, "Effective Plastic Treaty Capacity Building for Africa." This project aims to empower five African nations´ negotiating skills for a strong…
Story | 09 May, 2022
Artificial Intelligence (AI) analytics and data visualization technologies can help practitioners to access, utilize and disseminate information in a strategic and cost effective way for management and conservation in remote areas. The new report reviews the existing state-of-the-art on remote…
Story | 08 Mar, 2022
The IUCN-WCEL’s Ocean Law Specialist Group submitted written evidence in response to a recent inquiry convened by the U.K. House of Lords International Relations and Defence Committee entitled “UNCLOS: The law of the sea in the 21st century”.