In the following blog post, Professor Emily Nicholson shares her presentations at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in late 2021.
The 2020 IUCN World Conservation Congress was (slightly confusingly) held in September 2021 due to the pandemic, and was a mix of in-person and virtual participation. Sadly I wasn’t able to go, so missed out on what sounded like an exciting conference, the chance to catch up with many colleagues and friends after a long break, and the wonderful city of Marseilles.
Quite belatedly, I am posting here links to some of my presentations/contributions to the congress. We also had some posters, and excellent presentations from others in the Red List of Ecosystems team.
I gave a presentations in the Opening Plenary: Standards and applications – knowledge guiding policy and practice?. This session presented progress, application and future directions for IUCN’s knowledge products, including the Red List of Threatened Species, World Database on Protected Areas and Key Biodiversity Areas; I presented on the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems, on…
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