From the IUCN World Conservation Congress website:
Held once every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress brings together several thousand leaders and decision-makers from government, civil society, indigenous peoples, business, and academia, with the goal of conserving the environment and harnessing the solutions nature offers to global challenges.
The Congress aims to improve how we manage our natural environment for human, social and economic development, but this cannot be achieved by conservationists alone. The IUCN Congress is the place to put aside differences and work together to create good environmental governance, engaging all parts of society to share both the responsibilities and the benefits of conservation.
The Congress is the place where IUCN’s more than 1,300 Member organisations exercise their rights, influence the global conservation agenda and guide IUCN’s work plan for the four years to follow.
The next Congress will take place 1-10 September in the Hawaiʻi Convention Center, in the Hawaiian capital, Honolulu. It is being hosted by the State of Hawaiʻi with the support of the Department of State of the USA.
The IPSI Secretariat is looking forward to actively participating in the World Conservation Congress this year.
Below is a partial list of events related to the Satoyama Initiative and IPSI partners:
14:30-19:00: Conservation Campus Session 10208: Learning about learning; practical tools, skills & techniques for conservation capacity development. One session will be on capacity development by indigenous and local peoples for indigenous and local peoples with one focus on biocultural approaches. CC room 305B
14:30-16:30: Knowledge Cafe Session 9727: Promoting harmony between cranes and agriculture. Room: 311-3
17:00-19:00: Knowledge Cafe Session 9772: Advancing sustainable agriculture at the nexus of nature and culture. Room: 311-11
8:30-10:30: Workshop ID 10236: Action for Global Island Biocultural Diversity Initiative. Room: 319A
11:00-13:00: Workshop ID 9703: Promoting agricultural landscapes that are good for people and good for nature. Room: 317A
14:00 – 14:30: Poster ID 10012: Indicators of Resilience in Socio-ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes. Screen 2
11:00-12:00: Biocultural Indicators from a Pacific Perspective Pavillion Event, Hawai’i Pacific Pavillion A
8:30-19:00: Conservation Campus ID 9632: Training on the Indicators of Resilience in Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes. Room: 308B
17:00-19:00: 10244 Evaluation Healthy Nature for Human Health and Wellbeing: Connecting Science, Practice, and Policy Workshop. Room: 219A.