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IUCN 8h
NEWS: The North Atlantic Right Whale is now one step from , moving to Critically Endangered in the latest update.
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IUCN 12h
BREAKING NEWS: Almost a third of lemurs and North Atlantic Right Whale now Critically Endangered –
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IUCN Jul 8
There are currently 46 areas in 14 countries on the IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas, the first global standard of best practice for area-based . Discover them here
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IUCN Jul 8
How can we better protect nature across terrestrial, marine, and freshwater ecosystems? Discover the innovative tools to support more consistent conservation efforts in our new report
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IUCN Jul 7
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation can help improve lives, protect forests and combat .
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IUCN Jul 7
From mangrove restoration to enhancing the productivity of degraded agricultural lands, The Restoration Initiative has 11 projects in 10 countries. Check the progress of every project from the initiative's first year.
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IUCN Jul 6
We are proud to be part of the Action Coalition on feminist action for justice. Together with & partners, we will work to make equality a reality, starting within climate action.
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IUCN Jul 6
Hi Clay, This number comes from IUCN Member 's 2018 Living Planet Report, p95, which is based on the Living Planet Index they run with another Member,
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IUCN Jul 5
Land degradation contributes to biodiversity loss, , food and water insecurity, drought, and other social and environmental challenges. Find out how IUCN is combatting desertification.
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IUCN Jul 4
Freshwater biodiversity has declined by 80% since 1970, discover how IUCN is working to develop solutions to manage water resources that benefits people and .
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IUCN Jul 3
Ocean warming is impacting marine species and ecosystems, but it also affects the benefits humans derive from the ocean
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IUCN Jul 3
Invasive species, and the negative impacts of tourism are currently the three most significant threats to natural World Heritage. Learn how we can protect natural World Heritage in our Issues Brief
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IUCN Jul 2
IUCN welcomes Pakistan’s “Protected Areas Initiative”, which will create nine new national parks. The initiative will protect a diverse range of habitats, benefiting both nature and people. Learn more
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IUCN Jul 2
Ecosystems provide goods and services for the well-being of people across the planet but they are under increasing pressure from unsustainable use and other threats. Sound ecosystem management is key to addressing these concerns.
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IUCN Jul 1
From economic contributions to protection from , natural World Heritage sites provide life-supporting benefits to millions of people. Our Issues Brief explains why investment in their protection and management is urgently needed.
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IUCN Jul 1
The remarkable traits of the ecosystem translate into a wide variety of goods and services that we benefit from.
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IUCN Jun 30
How can we preserve the environment and provide safe and healthy food for all? Discover the many approaches to in our new report.
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IUCN Jun 30
Stay up to date on conservation topics with our Issues Briefs, our focus this week is Natural World Heritage sites. These iconic sites provide benefits to millions of people but are under increasing pressure from threats including .
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IUCN Jun 29
What is the impact of on protected and conserved areas around the world? IUCN and global conservation experts call for a bold response to address the impacts of the pandemic.
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IUCN Jun 28
Coral reefs harbour the highest biodiversity of any ecosystem globally, but they are one of the most threatened
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