"It focuses on the key issues of energy, forests, biodiversity, land and water degradation and financing. And it proposes practical solutions that build on the World Summit on Sustainable Development and the experiences since the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992."
For more than 50 years, IUCN has helped lead the way for a sustainable world. It is, in truth, a
“world conservation union” encompassing 75 States, 111 government agencies, 732 non-governmental organizations, 36 affiliates, and 12,000 scientists and experts.