10e Conférence du Pacifique insulaire: conservation de la nature et des aires protégées

Rue des Accords de Matignon, Nouméa, New Caledonia

The Nature Conservation and Protected Areas conference has become the principle conference of government agencies, NGOs, community-based organisations, donor agencies and individual experts concerned with conservation science and practice in the Pacific islands region. The conference is the key opportunity to set a Pacific based and initiated agenda for Pacific conservation for the next four-seven years.

What is the purpose?

We organize the conference because, as a region, we want to:

  • Influence the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
  • Guide and innovate conservation action at a national and regional level in Oceania
  • Secure sustainable funding for nature conservation in Oceania

What are the objectives?

  • Inform about and analyse the State of Conservation in the Pacific islands and define progress towards the achievement of regional and global conservation priorities.
  • Define a Pacific based and initiated agenda and priorities for conservation beyond 2020 (new Framework for Nature Conservation and Protected Areas).
  • Build Pacific nature conservation capacity and stimulate knowledge management and learning related to biodiversity conservation.
  • Endorse the framework at a regional level through a High-level Conference Declaration with regional priorities for Nature Conservation.​


Joint Event
Joint Partner
Le PROE, la PIRT et la Nouvelle-Calédonie