Between now and Congress, we will highlight many conservation and sustainable development issues in the feed below. Please check back frequently as we add more stories on new topics every couple of weeks.

Benjamin and the team
01 Mar 2016
Tech-enhanced wildlife protection gives rangers a new edge. 
Green turtle in the Pūpūkea Marine Life Conservation District, O’ahu
01 Mar 2016
As microcosms of worldwide conservation challenges, how islands protect biodiversity and address wildlife trafficking can offer insights into how to address this issue on a larger scale.  
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES)
01 Mar 2016
More than 50 years ago, IUCN Members began the call for international regulations on the trade of rare or threatened flora and fauna. The resulting CITES convention has helped protect thousands of species.
Greater One Horned Rhino
01 Mar 2016
Dan Challender of the IUCN Global Species Program discusses the real opportunity the IUCN Congress provides to spark action to combat illegal wildlife trafficking. 
IUCN Congress
24 Feb 2016
The IUCN World Conservation Congress will define the sustainable path for moving the Paris climate agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals from targets to achievements.
IUCN Member representatives at the Jeju Congress Members' Assembly in 2012
19 Nov 2015
Define the path to a sustainable future at the IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016
12 Nov 2015
IUCN Member Organisations and Institutions have been invited to propose names for the positions of President, Treasurer and Chairs of IUCN’s Commissions and to nominate candidates for Regional Councillor, for the period 2016-2020. IUCN Commission members may also propose names for the position of Chairs of Commissions.
rainforest in Borneo
05 Nov 2015
Deadline 22 November to propose projects from which certified carbon offsets may be purchased to offset carbon emissions for the IUCN World Conservation Congress 
Sea Turtle
01 Sep 2015
Gland, Switzerland, 1 September 2015 (IUCN) – Today marks one year to the opening of the IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016, the world’s largest and most inclusive environmental decision-making forum that will define the future path for nature conservation.


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