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Trust rears rare Devon species

Eight more species added to International Union for Conservati...

Birds, one of the best indicators of the environment, have slipped deeper into the danger zone in India, thanks to relentless habitat destruction. Times of India, 4 days ago
Trust rears rare Devon species Buglife, 1 week ago

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Khaleej Times

8 species of Indian birds added to endangered list

The latest International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) “red list” (2014) shows that a total of 173 bird species in the country are now threatened
 Times of India4 days ago Al Ain Zoo welcomes family of five lemurs  Abu Dhabi National6 days ago Al Ain Zoo welcomes lemurs from Madagaskar  Khaleej Times4 days ago IUCN lists 15 Indian birds as critically endangered  Asian Age1 month ago

New biodiversity management guide launched for the cement and aggregates industry

IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), in collaboration with CEMBUREAU and other industry associations in the cement and aggregates sector, has launched a new guide to encourage companies to responsibly manage biodiversity throughout ...
 worldcement.com1 week ago A new guide to help cement & aggregate sector to better manage biodiversity  World Business Council for Sustainable Development1 week ago
Gulf Times

Deal to study dugongs in Qatari coastal waters

Dugongs are listed as vulnerable to extinction by International Union for the Conservation of Nature. DOHA: ExxonMobil Research Qatar (EMRQ), Qatar University (QU) and Texas A&M at Galveston (TAMUG) have signed a tri-party agreement to further ...
 Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago Deal to boost research into dugong population  Gulf Times2 weeks ago ExxonMobil, QU & Tamug in pact to study dugong in Qatari waters  Qatar Tribune2 weeks ago
Times of India

In eel on endangered list, Japan sees a vanishing dish

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on Thursday said that adding the eel to the list of endangered species could mean a ban on the international trade of the animal. This announcement has become a cause of great concern among the eel ...
 Economic Times1 month ago AFP - IUCN-environment-endangered-nature-UN  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago
Climate Action

IUCN leads the way towards valuing nature in business

28 July 2014 | News story A consortium led by IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, has been appointed as one of two global groups to develop the Natural Capital Protocol a comprehensive guide to measuring and valuing ...
 International Union for Conservation of Nature2 days ago New IUCN and WBCSD initiatives to build the business case for sustainability  Climate Action2 weeks ago Forum keen on environmental safety  Tanzania Citizen2 weeks ago CEPF, IUCN Will Provide US$9 Million for Pacific Biodiversity Projects  Biodiversity Policy & Practice2 weeks ago
ABC Online

PNG government asks Union for Conservation of Nature to join environment push

The world's largest conservation organisation has described Papua New Guinea's strategy for sustainable development as 'visionary'. PNG's National Strategy for Responsible Development, launched in April by Planning Minister Charles Abel, aims to ...
 ABC Online2 days ago Conservation giant backs PNG's 'visionary' sustainable development strategy  ABC Radio Australia2 days ago PNG in 'visionary' move to sustainable development  ABC Radio Australia2 days ago

AL AIN, 24July, 2014 (WAM) — Al Ain Zoo recently welcomed a family of Lemurs, in collaboration with Al Bustan Zoological Centre in Sharjah. The family of five are the first of their kind at the zoo.

These animals, native only to Madagascar, are classified as Endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species due to their dwindling numbers in the wild. Commenting on the new additions, Muna ...
 Federation of Arab News Agencies6 days ago Endangered lemurs have new home in zoo  The Gulf Today4 days ago Ring Tailed Lemurs Make Their Debut At Al Ain Zoo  UAE Today6 days ago

More Pacific voyaging canoes join fleet planned for spectacular Sydney

The four-month journey will culminate in Sydney in November, to co-incide with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature World Parks Congress. Four Pacific Island leaders have been invited to join the fleet for its entrance into ...
 ABC Radio Australia1 week ago Pacific traditions boost message of major conservation summit  ABC Radio Australia3 weeks ago Pacific Voyaging Canoe Journey To Spotlight Environ Issues  Pacific Islands Report1 week ago

Canned lion hunting is legitimate

In terms of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites), provided the required permits are in place, commercial international trade in lion is regarded as legitimate, the Department of Environmental ... weeks ago Summary of CITES SC65 | 7-11 July 2014 | Geneva, Switzerland  IISD2 weeks ago Conservation Group Tackles Illegal Ivory, Timber Trade  VOA News2 weeks ago
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