Members are of paramount importance to IUCN – without Members there would be no global network of expertise, no subscriptions to power the organisation and no democratic means of global governance for managing it.
UK Members are equally important to the National Committee for the UK for similar reasons. Over thirty organisations support the NCUK through subscription and there are many individuals in the UK who are members of the six IUCN Commissions.
The IUCN NCUK Executive Committee is keen to encourage greater participation in NCUK activity from the UK membership and hopes that this website will be one means to increase engagement. If you as an IUCN Member organisation or individual member of an IUCN Commission would like to promote your IUCN-related work on this website please contact the NCUK Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org).
IUCN Member organisations based in the UK and Overseas Territories:
British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums
Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management
Dartmoor Zoological Society
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (including Department of Agriculture Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) Northern Ireland; Joint Nature Conservation Committee; Natural England; Natural Resources Wales; Scottish Natural Heritage)
Department of the Environment & Climate Change, Government of Gibraltar
Department for Natural Resources, Welsh Government
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Environment and Forestry Directorate, Scottish Government
Gibraltar Ornithological and Natural History Society
International Institute for Environment and Development
International National Trusts Organisation
Margaret Pyke Trust, with the Population & Sustainability Network
North of England Zoological Society (Chester Zoo)
People’s Trust for Endangered Species
Rainforest Concern United Kingdom
Resource Africa United Kingdom
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Royal Zoological Society of Scotland
The Jane Goodall Institute Global
Turks and Cacos Reef Fund Inc.
World Wide Fund for Nature – UK