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Planet at the crossroads

Held every 4 years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress is a unique event - the world's largest and most democratic conservation event that brings together the expertise of its powerful membership to address the most pressing issues of the time. It ... International Union for Conservation of Nature, 6 days ago
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PANORAMA at the CBD COP 13 in Cancún, Mexico: Creating dialogue, expanding the partnership

Following the launch of the new PANORAMA platform at the recent IUCN World Conservation Congress, the partnership and web platform is growing and expanding. The Convention on Biological Diversity's 13thConference of the Parties (CBD COP13) in ...
 International Union for Conservation of Nature1 month ago

Giraffes Are Now Facing a Silent Extinction

That's according to the latest report from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) "Red list", which has downgraded the giraffe from "least concern" to "vulnerable". Guys, giraffes are slowly going extinct: ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago Giraffes at risk of a 'silent extinction'  FOXNews.com1 month ago The Silent Extinction Of Giraffes, Will The Earth Soon Lost Its Tallest Land Animal?  ITechPost1 month ago A Surprise 'Silent Extinction': Giraffes  Newser1 month ago

Giraffe population plummets by a third, experts fear for species survival

Giraffe numbers around the world have dropped by almost 40 percent in three decades, leading conservationists to fear for the species survival. The figures are released by (IUCN) which reports the giraffe population as having decreased from ...
 Russia Today1 month ago Giraffes suffer silent extinction in Africa Many species are slipping away before we can even describe them  Before It's News1 month ago Giraffes Are Threatened with Extinction  LiveScience.com1 month ago
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Smart Business Solutions: St. Vincent and the Grenadines Hope Spot

St. Vincent and the Grenadines was designateda Mission Blue Hope Spot at the IUCN Congress in Hawaii by Dr. Sylvia A. Earle on September 9, 2016. By: Shilpi Chhotray, Mission Blue Communications Strategist @ Mark Pratley, Barefoot Yacht ...
 National Geographic2 months ago
International Union for Conservation of Nature

UN Biodiversity Conference 2016: Compromise with a pinch of salt

With less than four years remaining to implement the biodiversity plan agreed by world governments in 2010, IUCN calls for continued efforts to achieve the Aichi biodiversity conservation targets, as the UN biodiversity conference closes in Cancún, ...
 International Union for Conservation of Nature3 weeks ago UN Biodiversity Conference COP13 to be held in Cancun, Mexico  Foreign month ago Knowledge sharing on biodiversity science and conservation in China  International Union for Conservation of Nature1 month ago
International Union for Conservation of Nature

Giraffes Are Vulnerable: World Conservation Leaders Announce Species Status Change

San Diego, California - World conservationists made a major announcement today, in response to a dramatic decrease in the population of an iconic animal: All giraffes are now listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of ...
 ImperialValleyNews1 month ago New Zealand taking world leadership role against invasive species Conservation Minister Maggie Barry today announced that New Zealand will take on a leadership role internationally, working with others to control and eradicate invasive alien species and p  Department of Conservation NZ1 month ago IUCN welcomes New Zealand leadership on invasive species  International Union for Conservation of Nature1 month ago NZ taking lead against invasive species  Sun Live1 month ago
National Geographic

Conservation Requires Collaboration

By George Shillinger, PhD One of the most exciting moments for me in 2016 was President Obama's decision to expand the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument . With 582,578 square miles off the coast of Hawaii designated for permanent ...
 National Geographic2 weeks ago

Guatemala Top beauty spot mired in indigenous rights conflict

Dispute over major tourist attraction and conservation area is tearing local communities apart There's, like, 50 people on the way up, so take your photos, said a young American man, shirtless, his face daubed with paint, as he came striding through ...
 The Guardian1 month ago

Mainstreaming nature can help conserve ecosystems

A strong marketing campaign and a dose of humour to help conservation Does nature need marketing campaigns? The question raised by writer-director Justin Bogardus struck a chord at the World Conservation Congress organized by the International Union ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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