Commission on Ecosystem Management | IUCN

Founding Year: 1996



Angela Andrade (Chair)

The Commission on Ecosystem Management  is a commission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature. It strives to “to address global changes” by building the “resilience of socio-ecological systems” as well as “promoting biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.” Consequently, CEM provides “expert guidance on integrated approaches to the management of natural and modified ecosystems.”

Areas of interest:

  • Ecosystem Governance
  • Ecosystem Resilience
  • Nature-based Solutions
  • Ecosystem Risk Assessment
  • Culture & Ecosystem


Commission on Ecosystem Management | IUCN contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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