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:

    Holiday Greetings

    On behalf of CEC, we wish you a healthy, nature-filled holiday with your loved ones and a very happy new year! You can download our holiday postcards in English, French and Spanish and send them to your friends!

  • 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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    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.

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  • Socotra Fauna Socotra Fauna Photo: PInterrest

    #NatureForAll and World Heritage Sites

    10.01.2019

    The more people experience, connect with, and share their love of nature, the more support there will be for its conservation and the more they will be connected to natural landmarks among which natural world heritage sites emerge as the most celebrated....

  • Mweza major dumpsite cleanup August 2018 Mweza major dumpsite cleanup August 2018 Photo: Naima Zubeir

    Achieving Zero Percent Waste

    07.01.2019

    The Kishoka Youth Organization and 250 young people moved 1,000 tons of waste in 12 hours in Mombasa County, Kenya

  • Creative postcards colored during school outreach in Lebanon Displaying creative postcards from Lebanese children Photo: SalmaMerhabi

    More than 1200 postcards from Lebanon and Egypt

    19.12.2018

    Third article of the Children as Champions of Climate Change - stories from all around the Planet series

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Home to us all

Home to Us All: How Connecting with Nature Helps Us Care for Ourselves and the Earth is intended for a variety of people and purposes. 

 

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