Emotions in motion

14 September 2012 | Video

The Member’s Assembly, the highest decision-making body of IUCN, is a unique global environmental parliament of governments and NGOs. It adopts resolutions and recommendations on important conservation issues, as well as IUCN’s programme of work for the next four years; elects new IUCN President and Council. Members can also put forward motions (draft decisions) on issues ranging from strengthening the motions process, increasing youth engagement, saving the world’s most threatened species, and IUCN’s name.