If you did not register for the Congress before December 10, 2021, you will not have access to the recordings until mid-January, 2022.
SHORT SCHEDULE DETAILED AGENDA
Recordings are now available for 2021 ILCN-ELCN Global Congress plenaries and sessions.
The 2021 Global Congress of the International Land Conservation Network (ILCN) and Eurosite - the European Land Conservation Network (Eurosite-ELCN) brought together hundreds of private and civic land conservation practitioners from around the world to advance their work by sharing expertise across the following five tracks:
- Conservation finance
- Conservation law and policy
- Organization and governance
- Land stewardship and management
- Large landscape restoration and conservation
In addition to these core areas, the Congress offered two thematic content streams:
- Eurosite-ELCN Sessions on Private Land Conservation in Europe
- IUCN Privately Protected Area Specialist Group Sessions on the IUCN Guidelines for Privately Protected Areas
In case you missed a session or would like to revisit a presentation or plenary, recordings of all plenaries and sessions are now available on the Congress platform. Recordings are available until May 10, 2022.
About the Congress
As nations around the world work towards ambitious targets to protect and restore biodiverse, climate-resilient ecosystems, private and civic land conservation is becoming increasingly significant at every scale- from micro reservas in Valencia, Spain to protected areas spanning tens of millions of hectares in Canada’s Far North. Targets such as protecting 30% of lands by 2030 can only be reached by taking a collaborative and inclusive approach that leverages and builds on the capacity of a range of land stewards - landowners, communities, and civic organizations, among others - to undertake voluntary, durable, and effective land conservation action.
Inspired by the beautiful Catalonian landscape, and using the digital tools available to bring together an ever growing community still facing the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, join us in continuing to learn from and support one another in advancing the private and civic land conservation movement.
- Increased knowledge of the diversity of tools and strategies being used around the world to protect and steward private land for the long-term;
- Greater understanding of strategies that can be used to advance private and civic land conservation in specific country contexts;
- Establishment of productive and actionable relationships among practitioners from around the world, leading to continued knowledge exchange, sharing of expertise, and sense of global community;
- Recognition and elevation of the role and importance of private and civic land conservation in achieving national and international protected area and biodiversity conservation goals, particularly in the context of post-2020 agenda-setting.
Participants from the public, private, nonprofit, academic, and indigenous sectors include directors and staff of local, regional, national, and international land and biodiversity conservation organizations, conservation landowners, public officials and policymakers, lawyers, conservation finance experts, representatives of indigenous peoples’ organizations, foundations, students and academics, representatives of multilateral agencies, and others.
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