The IUCN World Conservation Congress is where the world comes together to set priorities and drive conservation and sustainable development action. IUCN’s unique and inclusive membership gives the Congress a powerful mandate as it is not solely government or non-government, but both together.
Don't miss out on the WLE session on:
Agricultural Finance as a Force for Conservation: Innovations for and from the Global South
- Date: September 7 2021, 11:00 - 12:30
- Room: H8-C Cap Corse
- Online/Onsite: Onsite & livestreamed
- Themes: Landscapes, Economic and Financial Systems
The session will spark collaborations, build understanding of the innovations that can turn agriculture into a driver of conservation, and give participants a chance to influence a major global Review on Sustainable Agricultural Intensification.
The IUCN Congress schedule consists of three main components: The Members’ Assembly, where IUCN Members vote on priority actions; the Forum, a global marketplace of conservation science and innovation; and the Exhibition, where exhibitors can showcase their work to Congress participants and the public.
Congress Themes include Landscapes; Freshwater; Oceans; Climate change; Rights and governance; Economic and financial systems and Knowledge, innovation and technology.
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