As a result of the revised motions process, all motions were discussed online prior to the World Conservation Congress and the Motions Working Group submitted 85 motions to an electronic vote before the Congress.
The voting results have now been collated and are available on the Union Portal now.
For those who do not have access to the Union Portal, a pdf summary document is posted here.
Join Caroline as she introduces us to Hawai’i and the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Read Aloha from Hawaii!
Please join us at the IUCN Word Conservation Congress Canadian Delegate Reception
September 2, 2016, 6 pm to 9 pm
RSVP by August 26 to email@example.com
Dear CCIUCN members,
I am sure you are all reviewing the IUCN motions and providing comments if you have that right and ability.
Your CC IUCN board would like to understand what motions are of particular interest to our Canadian members so that we can provide a voice in support of those motions important to our CC IUCN members.
As an example, the Canadian Museum of Nature is interested and monitoring comments on the following motions:
002: Global group for national and regional committees
028: Urban dimensions of conservation
042: Protected areas as natural solutions
044: identifying key biodiversity areas
053: identifying marine protected areas
059: IUCN response to the Paris Agreement
063: Natural Capital
092: Environmental education
093: Connecting people with nature globally (#natureforall)
094: increasing resources for biodiversity research
Email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below. Thank you for making us aware of your priorities!
The second reading of the online discussion of motions is now open and will close on 26 June 2016.
President, CC IUCN
The draft agenda approved by Council and the first set of Congress documents are available on the Congress Website.
The documents relate to matters requiring the approval of the Congress (as per Article 45 of the Rules of Procedure of the World Conservation Congress). In addition, the 2015 audited financial statements of IUCN will be published in July 2016, once they have been reviewed by the IUCN Council following receipt of the external auditors’ report.
A second series of documents, including reports to Congress of the Council, Director General and IUCN Commissions, will be circulated on 11 July 2016.
Early-bird registration ends May 31st
Come, help define the path to a sustainable future at the IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016 in Hawai’i from 1-10 September 2016. Share, learn, network and influence with high-level experts and decision-makers from government, business and civil society.
Make the most of IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016 – start planning today!
Come, help define the path to a sustainable future. Share, learn, network and influence with high-level experts and decision-makers from government, business and civil society in Hawai’i from 1-10 September 2016.
Watch our new video and share with your networks.