The IUCN Red List of Ecosystems is a tool to assess the conservation status of ecosystems. It is based on scientific criteria for performing evidence-based analyses of the risk of ecosystem collapse, including changes in geographical distribution and the degradation of the key elements of…
Related website | 2021
The strategy is a small attempt to re-look at conservation education and education in conservation from a perspective that is future based, inclusive and transformational.
UNEP summary report
File | 2016
With the increasing threats that disasters present particularly in the light of climate change, there is an urgent need to prioritise proactive disaster risk reduction over reacting to disaster events.
File | 2019
Despite substantial increases in the scope and magnitude of biodiversity conservation and ecological restoration, there remains ongoing degradation of natural resources that adversely affects both biodiversity and human wellbeing.
File | 2022
Climate change is here, and the impacts we are already being seen around the world, from higher temperatures, rising sea levels, more frequent and intense droughts, floods, and wildfires, and increasing climate variability. For people and society, adaptation to climate change means not only…
Grey literature | 2022
Young people are the future. We need their help and engagement, their unique perspectives and fresh ideas as well as their expertise to address the global challenges humanity is facing. This new IUCN Youth Strategy recognises this. The IUCN Youth Strategy aims to embed young people’s…
Grey literature | 2021
CEC members worked collaboratively on a comprehensive strategic document aimed at showcasing the importance of mainstreaming nature conservation into education in order to enhance nature valuation and sustainability among different generations