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  • Marine JourneyEvent Guide

  • 68 Years Since the first

    Congress

    175 Events Taking place at this

    years congress

    91 Pavillion Events

    34 Workshop

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    40 Knowledge

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    6 Conservation

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    Congress at a Glance...

    IUCN World Conservation Congress - Hawaii 2016

    Held once every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress looks to bring together change-makers from across the world, representing the brightest minds in academia, government, business, indigenous peoples and civil society to find innovative solutions for our planet. The IUCN World Conservation Congress therefore provides a unique and well-timed opportunity to add to the historic agreement at the UNFCCC COP Paris and will serve to mobilise action. The theme of this years Congress is Planet at the crossroads, highlighting the necessity for urgent change and the importance of making the right decisions now that will affect our planet and future generations. Instead of succumbing to a pessimist narrative, IUCN chooses instead to insist that we are ready and able to take on this important challenge and make great change together.

    We are very lucky to have inspiring marine conservation heroes in attendance, including the author of this years editorial, Sylvia Earle, an IUCN Patron of Nature and the founder of Mission Blue. Her presence, among other amazing attendees at this years Congress, will create an atmosphere of excitement and possibility that will set the scene for successful decision-making. If youll be in beautiful Hawaii, please join us at our Oceans & Islands Pavilion, which will be organised around three key themes: - Marine Protected Area Networks-Islands & Overseas Territories- Financing & Blue Economy

    We will explore the issues facing our oceans, islands and our poles today and provide a space where interested individuals and professionals can mingle and discuss solutions for the future.

  • Oceans Warming ReportTo be Released at Congress

    2015 Was the

    warmest on record

    120 Years Since we found

    out about global warming

    >93% of the enhanced heating

    since the 1970s due to the greenhouse effect

    has been absorbed by the ocean

    2.5Gt of frozen methane hydrate are stored

    in the sea floor

    The IUCN Congress marks a unique opportunity to bring together change-makers to develop collaborative solutions to benefit the health of our planet. At this years Congress, IUCN will release a landmark publication on ocean warming that is the most recent and comprehensive report ever published on the subject. Bringing together 80 scientists from 12 countries, this report seeks to provide a comprehensive analysis on the impacts of the ocean absorbing more than 93% of the enhanced heating from the greenhouse effect and other human activities since the 1970s. The report delves deep into this issue, analysing the impacts on ocean ecosystems, species and even the deep remote ocean. It reviews the impacts and effects of ocean warming on specific seas and ecosystems ranging from micro-organisms up to marine turtles and mammals. The report also examines the impacts on ecosystem services.

    The upper

    700m of the ocean contains

    the same heat content as ~240 times the

    global energy consumption

    in 2013

    Ocean warming Results in a loss of

    OXYGEN in water, due to a re-

    duce of solubility;Impacting

    Ecosystems.

    The report provides analysis of the existing and likely future economic consequences, including on the weather, the protection of coasts and on the contributions of fisheries and aquaculture. The report also importantly reviews as potential risks to human health and well-being. Finally, the report finishes by detailing what changes are currently underway and what we can expect from the future, with some key recommendations. It should be used to contribute to further discussion and thought on this subject, in particular at high-levels such as in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, as well as for use by governments, agencies and experts worldwide. Ensuring the resiliency of our oceans is vital to the planets survival. Please join us for subsequent important discussions on this report and issue in the Oceans & Islands Pavilion and at other events during the Congress.

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