The collaboration with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Commission on Ecosystem Management (CEM) will enhance nature based solutions in addressing threats to biodiversity in the Pilbara Bioregion.
Dr. Judy Fisher, the theme leader Ecosystem and Invasive Species, will provide consultation on biodiversity, ecosystems and ecosystem services in relationship to current projects and the development of projects within the Pilbara Corridors Program.
The IUCN is the World’s oldest and largest global environmental organisation and today is the largest professional global conservation network and leading authority on environment and sustainable development. There are 1200 member organisations joining to create a neutral forum for governments, NGO’s, scientists, business and local communities to find practical solutions to conservation and development challenges. Eleven thousand voluntary scientists and experts are grouped into six IUCN Specialized Commissions, one being the Commission on Ecosystem Management (CEM).
Read more about this collaboration in our IUCN factsheet.