IUCN World Parks Congress
12.11.14 - 19.11.14
The IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 is a landmark global forum on protected areas. The Congress will share knowledge and innovation, setting the agenda for protected areas conservation for the decade to come. Building on the theme “Parks, people, planet: inspiring solutions”, it will present, discuss and create original approaches for conservationand development, helping to address the gap in the conservation and sustainable development agenda.
Some of the major issues discussed in combination with parks will be:
- climate change
- better management
- parks as a protection from natural distasters
- discussions on an IUCN Green list of protected areas
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TEEBAgriFood Interim Report
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