Commission on Education and Communication

We believe conservation is all about people. When we decide it’s good for us -for our homes, families and businesses- nature wins. We win, too. Our job is to mobilize people all over the planet to support action for conservation.

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The Commission on Education and Communication (CEC) drives change for the co-creation of sustainable solutions through leading communication, learning and knowledge management in IUCN and the wider conservation community.

 

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  • Wuhan, China Photo: ©IUCN/Claire Warmenbol

    GrowGreen: Chinese cities grow and with it, the need for green

    18.12.2018

    Worldwide out of the 47 megacities, China alone counts 17. These are cities with a population in excess of 10 million people. Today over half of the Chinese mainland population lives in cities. Towards 2030, China aims for 70% of its population, about...

  • Photo: Yuri Yakovlev

    IUCN seeks whale conservation experts to advise on energy development impacts

    14.12.2018

    IUCN seeks applications from qualified individuals to serve on its independent scientific and technical advisory panel to minimize impacts on western gray whales during offshore oil and gas development near Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East....

  • Photo: Hanying Li

    #NatureForAll – reaching out to key Chinese institutions

    14.12.2018

    Dr. Balakrishna Pisupati, IUCN-CEC Regional Vice Chair for South and Southeastern Asia interacted with several senior officials of both the Government and academia on emerging issues of conservation during this recent visit to China as the Visitor of Minzu...

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Anna's Forest

Comic Anna's Forest focuses on the need to protect life on land (SDG #15). 
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