Help Define a Sustainable Future for All

Your Voice is Needed To Safeguard People and Wildlife

The wildlife and wild lands we all cherish are at a crossroads. The ecosystems that support the planet’s wildlife and underpin our economies, providing with us food and water, are collapsing. Species are becoming extinct at unprecedented rates. Our climate is in crisis.


This is happening on our watch: so what are we doing about it? A whole lot, but not enough and not nearly fast enough. Our window of opportunity is closing, but it’s not shut yet.

You can join the global conservation community in Hawai‘i September 1 – 10 at the 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress to help define the path to a sustainable future. Learn about the latest in conservation and sustainable development from top scientists and experts. Share your ideas with heads of state, CEOs and leaders from NGOs and Indigenous people’s groups, and network with thousands of conservation and sustainable development professionals from around the world.

This ten-day event starts with the Forum, four days of the world’s largest marketplace of conservation ideas with over a thousand workshops and other sessions. The Forum informs the next five days, the Members’ Assembly. This is where IUCN’s 1300+ government and NGO Member organizations from over 160 countries vote on actions to address some of the world’s most pressing and often controversial conservation and sustainable development challenges.

This is the moment for all of us to come together and get it right.

Take PartCome, be part of the action and help define a sustainable world for wildlife, wild lands and our children’s future. Registration and more information here. 

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Published: August 11, 2016