Oceania is geographically one of IUCN’s largest regional programmes, covering over 100 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean.


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  • In memory of Tony de Brum


    A leader who raised the global pulse in Paris, while his own heart beat for his island peoples. The staff and members of IUCN deeply mourn the loss of Tony de Brum, who passed away on Majuro, Marshall Islands, on Tuesday 22nd August 2017. Our deepest...

  • Mangroves for our future


    Mangrove forest ecosystems are some of the most important natural ecosystems on earth. Mangroves are now well established as effective in reducing the impacts of waves, moderating flooding and controlling erosion. Mangroves are also critical for food security...

  • Solar PV system installed at the Christian Community Leaders Manoku School


    On the remote outer island of Abemama in Kiribati, the Energy Planning Unit of the Ministry of Works and Public Utilities (MWPU) recently completed the installation and commissioning of a 25kW solar PV system at the Christian Community Leaders (CCL) Manoku...

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