People are the driving force for a future with nature and through collective efforts we can bring about the changes needed to protect the environment our lives so depend on.
The pavilions at the World Conservation Congress offer a window into the vast range of work that happens at IUCN. Implementing field projects and gathering data on the ground, the vast network of scientists and experts contributing to the IUCN cause constitutes an invaluable source of information that helps shape conservation work internationally and locally.
Through the pavilions, Congress participants were able to learn about some of the most compelling stories on conservation work today and discover how innovative partnerships will drive conservation globally in the coming few years.
Conveniently located on both the main lobby and fifth floor of the International Convention Centre (ICC), the pavilions also provided an ideal venue to close negotiations started at a Forum event or simply mingle with other peers.