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Oceania is geographically one of IUCN’s largest regional programmes, covering over 100 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean. The region comprises Australia, New Zealand and the 22 Pacific Island countries and territories making up Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. The total human population is estimated at approximately 35 million, of whom nearly two thirds are resident in Australia.  Learn more

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Group photo of participants and stakeholders at the Kai workshop, 24 February 2015

Increasing economic benefits from Fiji’s Kai industry to improve livelihoods of rural communities

 The Freshwater clam, Batissa violacea, known locally as Kai, has been the topic of discussion in recent workshops in Fiji focussed on local fisheries. Dr Milika Sobey from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), has been heading the Kai project which looks at increasing economic benefits from Fiji’s Kai fishery to improve the livelihoods of rural communities. The project is funded by the French Pacific Funds administered through the French Embassy in Suva. …  

02 Apr 2015 | News story

Participants to the member's dialogue

Member’s dialogue firms up commitments to strengthening the Union

Over the years, IUCN as an organisation has grown. With this growth is the call for effective support and services in environment and conservation. As a membership driven organisation, emphasis has been on how members can be involved in the work of the secretariat in projects, programmes and in policies of IUCN. Today the issue of relevance and value is in how members, commissions and the secretariat can support each other and help achieve goals together. …  

01 Apr 2015 | News story

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Oceania Regional Conservation Forum, 13-15 July 2015 - Fiji

The Oceania Regional Conservation Forum will be held in Suva, Fiji from the 13-15 July, 2015 and is expected to bring together close to 100 representatives of governments and non- government organisations to discuss how members of IUCN in Oceania can work together to deal with pressing environmental issues.

 

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