World Conservation and Monitoring Centre

Founding Year: 2000

Staff: 160


John Hutton (Director)

The World Conservation and Monitoring Centre is a collaboration between the UN Environment Programme and the UK charity, WCMC. Their aim is “to provide authoritative information about biodiversity and ecosystem services in a manner that is useful to decision-makers who are driving change in environment and development policy”. It seeks a world where decision-makers in all sectors “take full account of the values of biodiversity as the bedrock of a global green economy and human well-being”.



World Conservation and Monitoring Centre contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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