Over the next ten days, world leaders from government, business and science, and representatives from NGO's, Indigenous groups, youth organizations and more are coming together to decide how to move forward on the most pressing environmental issues of our time. Their action will help turn global climate and sustainable development goals into reality. Follow from homeIf you couldn't join us in Hawai'i, you can follow the Congress from wherever you are through these channels:
Check out IUCN's facebook page, where we'll be showcasing photos of the many sessions, excursions and exchanges that are taking place throughout the event.
Are you on twitter? Is so, this is a surefire way to hear the latest directly from participants and high-level delegates. The hashtag also allows you to join in the conversation! Try #IUCNcongress on facebook too.
See what how news outlets are covering the #IUCNcongress 2016 by clicking through to this news feed.
IUCN has teamed up with National Geographic to highlight pressing conservation issues and how to solve them. A series of videos on our YouTube channel focus on issues like wildlife trafficking, climate change, ocean management and more. Check them out.