Commission on Education and Communication

We believe conservation is all about people. When we decide it’s good for us -for our homes, families and businesses- nature wins. We win, too. Our job is to mobilize people all over the planet to support action for conservation.

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The Commission on Education and Communication (CEC) drives change for the co-creation of sustainable solutions through leading communication, learning and knowledge management in IUCN and the wider conservation community.

 

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  • In the spotlight:

    TAG Game

    If you agree that single use plastics cause huge problems in your environment too, join us in the global movement #BeatPlasticPollution. We invite you for a game that is fun, leads us to live on a healthier planet and helps to spread the message of conservation.

  • In the spotlight:

    New #NatureForAll Video

    #NatureForAll is an IUCN led global movement to inspire love of nature. Here are ways we can all live #NatureForAll. Learn how you can get involved by visiting www.natureforall.global

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    #BeatPlasticPollution Celebrate the World Environment Day with IUCN CEC  ​​​​​​​

    If you can’t reuse it, refuse it!  CEC is collaborating with UN Environment to promote and celebrate 5th of June, the World Environment Day. Join us! Share the message in your networks, encourage your partners, colleagues and students to initiate local events in your region....

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    Become a CEC Member

    CEC has over 1100 members!

    To be part of the CEC network, please complete the membership application form online, available in English, Spanish and French, and submit your request together with your CV. 

  • In the spotlight:

    #NatureForAll success stories

    As individual organizations we know how to adapt good practices; we know how to measure impact; we know how to inspire and communicate. Now we need to share our successes, collaborate, and amplify our reach to engage new audiences to connect with and fall in love with nature.

News

  • Daño del castor en Tierra del Fuego El castor (Castor canadensis) fue introducido en el año 1946 en la Isla Grande Tierra del Fuego, alcanzando una distribución rápida en este territorio insular argentino y chileno, y colonizando luego la península Brunswick, en el territorio continental de Chile. La población actual de la especie se estima en 100.000 individuos. Los efectos del castor incluyen la destrucción de árboles por anillado e inundación de bosques de Nothofagus, así como la modificación de la dinámica de nutrientes del bosque. Photo: Carla Nowak

    Argentina; comunicar como estrategia ante las especies exóticas invasoras

    13.08.2018

    UICN América del Sur acompaña a su socio FAO Argentina en el lanzamiento de audiovisuales para el abordaje de una de las mayores problemáticas para la conservación de nuestra biodiversidad.

  • Participantes desarrollando dinámicas de ODS en el primer modulo del Programa de Lideres Ambientales Photo: Instituto Jane Goodall Argentina

    El Instituto Jane Goodall Argentina y la Universidad del Salvador presentan el Programa de Líderes Ambientales

    09.08.2018

    El Instituto Jane Goodall Argentina, junto a la Universidad del Salvador, lanzaron el “Programa de Líderes Ambientales - Diseño, desarrollo y mentoreo de proyectos socio-ambientales”.  El objetivo del programa es capacitar estudiantes universitarios para...

  • SEAMEO Call for entries SEAMEO Call for entries Photo: SEAMEO

    2018 SEAMEO - Japan Education for Sustainable Development Award

    02.08.2018

    Competition for educational organisations in Southeast Asian countries - Submission deadline: 3 September 2018.

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Poseidon Patrol Photo: IUCN

Poseidon Patrol 

A comic for kids on plastic pollution in the oceans
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Anna's Forest Photo: IUCN

Anna's Forest

Comic Anna's Forest focuses on the need to protect life on land (SDG #15). 
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#NatureForAll Playbook Photo: IUCN The #NatureForAll Playbook 

 

 

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