Learn how the IUCN Contributions for Nature platform works and how it shows contributions to global goals during this demonstration session.
Protected and conserved Areas are vital solutions to a range of critical global problems. They are fundamental in avoiding the loss of biodiversity, are essential contributors to mitigating and adapting to climate change and are the first line of defence in avoiding future pandemics.…
IUCN and partners are hosting the Nature Positive Pavilion at COP15. With over 100 events throughout 2 weeks, the Pavilion seeks to engage and build convergence amongst all key stakeholders in support of the agreement and implementation of an ambitious nature-positive Global Biodiversity…
This side event will bring together high-level representatives of governments and relevant organisations to highlight why ecological connectivity is crucial to the long-term success of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF).
The Regional Observatories catalyse and facilitate technical cooperation and technology transfer. This side-event will showcase the role of existing regional observatories in Africa, Caribbean, Europe, and the Pacific play in support of the CBD Parties in the implementation of the Global…
Explore some of the thematic challenges facing conservation NGOs and showcase the innovation happening in the sector
Information brief | 2022
At the OEWG-3, the first information document on the Global Species Action Plan was submitted, calling for the development of the GSAP and a programme of work on species conservation under the new Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.
Policy brief | 2022
Instead of encouraging generation of environmental harm through subsidies, countries should assess options to reform subsidy policies to neutralise their effects on biodiversity or even find ways to reform subsidies so that they incentivise conservation and sustainable management of nature.
Policy brief | 2022
• Disease risks are a growing threat to human health and species survival • Changes in ecosystems and contact with wildlife and other animals are driving risks • A One Health approach is essential to help identify and reduce sources of risk to prevent disease more proactively; conservation…