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    Species Survival Commission

    The IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) is a science-based network of thousands of volunteer experts from almost every country of the world, all working together towards achieving the vision of "a just world that values and conserves nature through positive action to reduce the loss of diversity of life on earth".


    How we engage?

    SSC logo SSC logo Photo: IUCN The Species Survival Commission’s more than 9,000 experts work independently and with the IUCN Global Species Programme to build knowledge on the status of species and threats to them, and to provide advice, develop policies and guidelines and facilitate conservation planning. Through this work, SSC catalyses conservation action and enables IUCN to influence policy and assist societies in biodiversity conservation.

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    Honours and Awards

    SSC is an exceptional network of volunteer experts. This page is public recognition and a celebration of the extraordinary contributions of its membership.
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    SSC Partners

    The work of the SSC Chair's Office is possible thanks to the generous financial support from our partners.
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    SSC Leaders' Meeting 2019

    Held every four years, The Leaders’ Meeting is a central feature of planning, thinking and cooperating within SSC and with the other components of the Union and beyond.
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    SSC Quarterly Reports SSC Quarterly Reports Photo: IUCN

    SSC Quarterly Reports

    The IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) Quarterly Reports aim to share the activities of SSC with everyone interested in the conservation of global biodiversity.


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