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Oceania is geographically one of IUCN’s largest regional programmes, covering over 100 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean. The region comprises Australia, New Zealand and the 22 Pacific Island countries and territories making up Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. The total human population is estimated at approximately 35 million, of whom nearly two thirds are resident in Australia.  Learn more

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Refreshed www.biopama.org

The Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management (BIOPAMA) Programme is happy to share with you the result of the latest developments to enhance the website www.biopama.org to better respond to users’ information needs. …   | French

04 Aug 2015 | Article

Oceania Regional Conservation Forum Participants

Resilience in a Climate Challenged Planet – Oceania Regional Conservation Forum

This year, the Oceania Regional Office was honoured to host the Oceania Regional Conservation Forum in Suva. Andrew Bignell, IUCN Regional Councillor in Oceania, urged members “to raise the bar and  to think big.” …  

04 Aug 2015 | News story

The coast - Andros West Side National Park, the Bahamas

New direction for capacity development in protected areas in next 10 years

A new strategy intended to support the recommendations on capacity development included in the Promise of Sydney that resulted from the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 (IUCN WPC) has been completed. The IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) Strategic Framework for Capacity Development in Protected Areas and other Conserved Territories 2015-2025 (SFCD) is the result of a widespread programme of activities and consultations during 2013 and 2014 culminating in the IUCN WPC 2014. …   | French

03 Aug 2015 | Article

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Oceania Regional Conservation Forum, 13-15 July 2015 - Fiji

The Oceania Regional Conservation Forum will be held in Suva, Fiji from the 13-15 July, 2015 and is expected to bring together close to 100 representatives of governments and non- government organisations to discuss how members of IUCN in Oceania can work together to deal with pressing environmental issues.

 

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