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Report highlights global phenomenon of wildlife poaching
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IUCN research finds 24 percent species in Bangladesh endangered

Twenty four percent of Bangladesh's animal species are endangered, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) says. The union published a report on its Updating Red List of Bangladesh project on Wednesday. According to the report, 390 of ... Bdnews24.com, 1 day ago
Research finds 19pc species in BD endangered Financial Express Bangladesh, 2 days ago
19% species endangered: IUCN Bdnews24.com, 3 days ago
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Wild Ass in Gujarat now nearly a threatened species: IUCN

AHMEDABAD: The wild ass, locally known as ghudkhar has been classified as 'nearly threatened' animal by the International Union For Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The animal found only in the Little Rann of Kutch in Gujarat in India, has been ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

IUCN RED LIST: 31 species extinct from the country, 390 others threatened

Thirty-one species are now extinct while 390 others are threatened, among 1,619 species of seven wildlife groups in Bangladesh, according to the latest Red List of Bangladesh published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature on ...
 New Age Bangladesh3 days ago 31 SPECIES go EXTINCT  Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago 31 species gone from Bangladesh  Dhaka Tribune3 days ago 390 species threatened in Bangladesh  Dhaka Tribune3 days ago
AlterNet.org

Australian rodent species may be 1st victim of climate change, says IUCN

AFP SYDNEY--Climate change appears to have driven to extinction an Australian Great Barrier Reef rodent, according to a new study, which suggests the species may be the first mammal lost to the global phenomenon. Extensive searches for the Bramble ...
 China Post1 week ago First Mammal Goes Extinct Due to Human-Caused Climate Change  AlterNet.org5 days ago This Mammal Has Been Wiped Out Due to Climate Change  EnvironmentGuru.com6 days ago Extinct: Bramble Cay melomys  Australian Geographic1 week ago
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Pew Applauds Decision to Recommend Pimachiowin Aki as World Heritage Site

/CNW/ -- The Pew Charitable Trusts praised the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the International Commission on Monuments and Sites today for their recommendation to inscribe Manitoba's Pimachiowin Aki site on the World ...
 Bloomberg4 weeks ago Bipole III route could change to Pimachiowin Aki, Manitoba tells UNESCO World Heritage group  CBC1 week ago

IUCN Project Explores Partnerships to Conserve North African Biodiversity Hotspots

: At the conclusion of the project, titled Promoting the value of key biodiversity areas in North Africa through the involvement of civil society organizations in their conservation and management,' the International Union for Conservation of Nature ...
 Biodiversity Policy & Practice1 week ago

Thai Union, IUCN Project to Support Coastal Communities' Fisheries

News 10 June 2016 THAILAND - Thai Union Group PCL (TU) has partnered with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to enhance community capacity and develop sustainable fisheries in Pathiu Bay, Chumphon Province, Thailand. The ...
 The Fish Site2 weeks ago TU: Thai Union and IUCN launch project to support coastal communities  BT Invest2 weeks ago Project launched to support Thai coastal communities  World Fishing1 week ago
WWF Pakistan

Regional Symposium on conservation of vultures in Asia today.

Home » Karachi KARACHI: IUCN Pakistan and Baanhn Beli in collaboration with the Ministry of Climate Change organized a Regional Symposium on conservation of vultures in Asia today. The symposium was organized under the Vultures Conservation Project ...
 Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago WWF-Pakistan participates in a regional symposium on vulture conservation in Asia  WWF Pakistan1 week ago

EAD translates the IUCN Guidelines for Re-introductions and other Conservation Translocations: 2013

​ ​ Abu Dhabi, June 8, 2016 : The Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi (EAD) prepared the Arabic translation of the IUCN Guidelines for Re-introductions and other Conservation Translocations: 2013 which were developed by the IUCN ...
 Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi2 weeks ago EAD produces Arabic version of IUCN Guidelines for Re-introduction and other Conservation Translocations  WAM.ae2 weeks ago Green Deal Cooperation proves transparency is key to limiting long-term financial & environmental risks  Business & Human Rights3 weeks ago ABU DHABI, 8th June, 2016 (WAM) — The Environment ...  Federation of Arab News Agencies2 weeks ago
CCTV

China-Giant Panda Protection

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) says the number of wild giant pandas is rising and that the animal could be reclassified from "endangered" to "vulnerable," according to its specialist group's reassessment. In a giant ...
 News Content3 weeks ago Giant Pandas Could Soon Be Off the Endangered Species List  Care22 weeks ago Preserving giant panda: No. growing, efforts need to continue  CCTV2 weeks ago Giant pandas still endangered, expert says  CHINAdaily.com.cn3 weeks ago
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