The IUCN World Conservation Congress 2012 Conservation Campus Report provides an overview of how to run a Conservation Campus, feedback from participants, photographs from the event, a complete list of sessions, Conservation Campus organisers and useful links for more information.
IUCN is able to capitalize on a vast pool of knowledge to guide environmental action. The Conservation Campus builds on lifelong learning, offering valuable opportunities for improvement of skills in a wide array of topics related to the preservation of nature.
Conservation Campus Report
At a glance
- Half-day or full-day interactive training modules for up to 50 people
- Develop new skills and transfer knowledge on relevant conservation topics
- In-depth exploration of topics aimed at building up your capacity
- Direct learning and interactive approaches on topics relevant to the delivery of IUCN’s Programme
Knowledge is a key component of the IUCN Congress and the Conservation Campus offered a unique chance to take advantage of cutting-edge expertise. The commitment and scope of specialists who provided training form a skills pool of such breadth and diversity that it did not fail to create one of the richest learning experiences.
Taking place within its own complex at the Lotte Hotel, Jeju during extended periods of up to a full day, the Conservation Campus conveyed the true atmosphere of a study ground. This set-up allowed for a thorough examination of subjects relevant to IUCN’s Programme.
With a maximum of 50 participants, the training sessions provided possibilities for interaction with the trainer and among trainees who share similar motivations.
The Conservation Campus at the 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress offered around 50 different training modules of either a half or full day. Browse the list of topics and explore the follow-up documents available on the Conservation trends platform.