Jointly published | 2023
The agenda-setting IUCN Congress on ‘Africa Protected and Conserved Areas’ (APAC) that took place in Kigali in July 2022 was historic in nature, being the first such international congress held on the African continent.
Brochure | 2023
IUCN is the world’s oldest and largest global environment organisation that has been finding pragmatic solutions to the most pressing environment and development challenges in Eastern and Southern Africa.
Working through over 100 members in the region (and more than 1,400 members…
Brochure | 2021
The “Great Blue Wall” (GBW) initiative, endorsed by the World Conservation Congress in 2021, and then subsequently launched at UNFCCC COP26 in Glasgow, is a major Africa-led effort toward a nature-positive world. Under the Great Blue Wall, proponents aim to create interconnected protected and…
Brochure | 2022
The SADC TFCA Financing Facility (TFCA FF) is a regional fund established to provide sustainable funding for conservation and management actions in Transfrontier Conservation Areas (TFCAs) in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). The Facility is managed by IUCN – Eastern and…
Grey literature | 2020
Grey literature | 2022
Methods to evaluate policy processes and outcomes are especially underdeveloped, yet are needed to optimise the influence of research on policy for addressing complex issues. This report from IUCN delineates a set of easy to understand steps to conduct a Contribution Analysis.
Annual reports | 2018
Uganda's forest landscapes are precious in so many ways, but the country continues to lose its important forest assets at an unprecedented rate. In recent years, forest landscape restoration has been in place to help reverse that trend. So how is it going?
File | 2023
Civil society, governments and the private sector are in strong agreement that conservation and development need to go hand in hand. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) promotes the mitigation hierarchy approach, with a net gain target for biodiversity in all landscape…
Commission statement | 2014
The IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) hereby outlines its position in relation to the increasing incidence and scale of the use of poison causing catastrophic declines in wildlife populations across Africa.
There is increasing evidence that agricultural pesticides are being misused…