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Happy ! See the latest work from our seven decades of working towards a just world that values and conserves nature
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IUCN Apr 20
Experts recommend adding Spiny-tailed iguanas, Cedar trees and Mako sharks to the appendices of species whose trade is regulated by the convention.
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IUCN Apr 18
It's time to close the plastic tap, to stop the flow of plastics into our oceans
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IUCN Apr 18
The Tapanuli orangutan is the first new great ape species to be discovered since the 1920s, but potential threats could push it to the brink of extinction if allowed to go forward without understanding the impacts.
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IUCN Apr 17
is International Day for Monuments and Sites. Check out the IUCN Outlook to see how well your favourite natural heritage sites are doing in the face of climate change and other threats
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IUCN Apr 17
Our IUCN Members are our strength. Learn more about our unique and diverse mix of over 1300 government, non-government and indigenous peoples' Member organisations
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IUCN Apr 16
IUCN calls for a moratorium on projects impacting the Critically Endangered Tapanuli orangutan, the rarest great ape on Earth
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IUCN Apr 16
BREAKING: IUCN calls for a moratorium on projects impacting the rarest great ape species in the world
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IUCN Apr 15
Six new sites in France and Mexico added to the of the world's best-managed protected areas
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IUCN Apr 15
For coral reefs to survive, we must limit the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels.
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IUCN Apr 14
Task force identifies 55 areas important for marine mammals in the Indian Ocean and Arabian Seas
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IUCN Apr 13
Recent seizures of tons and tons of scales show the appalling size of the threat from poaching. See what the is doing to protect these amazing creatures.
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IUCN Apr 12
Six new sites added to the as world’s best-protected protected areas
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IUCN Apr 11
Invasive species are the largest threat to natural sites, and climate change is the fastest growing. Find out what we can do about it in our Issues Brief
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IUCN Apr 11
Thanks for giving ideas for stops in around the 2020
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#NatureForAll Apr 10
The idea that children need nature is "catching on". Here are step-by-step instructions and inspiration to connect children with the natural world in your own backyard via
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IUCN Apr 11
With a growing set of more than 500 case studies, provides inspiration and ideas for improving conservation and sustainable development across the planet
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IUCN Apr 10
This "devil tree" makes clear the importance of sound science in ecosystem , the pain caused by species and the difficulty in eradicating them
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IUCN Apr 9
Bans on reptile skin leather may have dire consequences for the species and local communities, despite good intentions. These reptile experts explain:
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IUCN Apr 9
Watch this space... We're thrilled is helping produce an exciting new TV series about the and it's work to assess and protect species threatened with extinction
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