Crossroads blog | 28 Nov, 2023
Climate change and biodiversity loss are two of the most important challenges and risks for human societies. But as the chairs of IUCN's seven expert Commissions write, the window of opportunity to address them is closing rapidly.
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
Project | 01 Jan, 2018 - 31 Mar, 2022
News | 23 Oct, 2023
Highlighting the ENACT-ing a Billion Campaign for integrated action on climate and biodiversity
The twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss are two of the biggest risks facing our ability to survive and thrive on this planet. This event, taking place on the margins of the UN General Assembly High-Level Week, will explain the severity of these crises, mobilise a range of actors…
This SDG Action Weekend side event, convened by Filantropía Cortés Solari, Velux Fonden, and IUCN, seeks to report on the main advances but also challenges faced by the philanthropic sector when promoting the scope of the environmental SDGs, whether in marine or terrestrial matters.
News | 19 Jul, 2023
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is pleased to announce the Second Call for Concept Notes for the SADC TFCA Financing Facility.
Publication | 2023
The development of linear transport infrastructure (LTI) can have a variety of direct and indirect impacts on protected and conserved areas (PCAs) and other intact areas with high biodiversity and ecological connectivity values. Poorly planned and constructed roads, railways and canals can sever…