Submitted by leannem on Wed, 02/19/2020 - 14:29
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February 19, 2020 by leannem
Island and Ocean Ecosystems

Organisations and businesses, who wish to showcase their work in both regional and national conservation spaces, are invited to submit applications to have either an exhibition space or poster display at the upcoming 10th Pacific Island Conference on Nature Conservation and Protected Areas. 

To be held at the Tjibaou Cultural Centre in Noumea, New Caledonia from 19 to 24 April 2020, the conference will be an important opportunity for professionals in the field, community members, Government representatives, students, and interested members of the public to be involved in the Pacific region’s premiere conservation event. 

The conference will convene under the theme “Nature Conservation Action for a Resilient Pacific.” It will be hosted by the Government of New Caledonia in coordination with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and the Pacific Islands Roundtable for Nature Conservation. 

The organisers are inviting organisations to take advantage of this event by booking a poster display or securing an exhibition space where they will be able to promote the inspiring work they have been doing in the region. 

“This is an excellent opportunity for those who want more people to learn about the work they are doing in the space of conservation in our region,” said Ms. Nanette Woonton, Acting Communications and Outreach Adviser of SPREP.

“The conference is expected to bring an estimated 600 people together, so it will be an excellent opportunity for organisations and businesses to establish or expand their presence in Pacific nature conservation work.”

“It will also be an opportune time to introduce new projects, services and/or products to hundreds of the region’s main players and most influential stakeholders in the space of nature conservation, as well as finding potential new clients and develop new partnerships,” Ms. Woonton added. 

Ms. Woonton also pointed out that it would be a good communications activity for organisations and businesses to get their message out to those working within the same space in the region. 

Exhibition spaces and posters will be visible for the duration of the conference and will be placed in high-traffic areas of the Cultural Centre. 

For more information about the 10th Pacific Island Conference on Nature Conservation and Protected Areas, or to view the full Exhibition Prospectus, please visit www.pacificnatureconference.com or email [email protected]