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IUCN’s work covers a diverse range of issues and projects in more than 50 countries and in communities all over the world. You can explore our work here by using the search boxes or browse through the alphabetical list.

IUCN Green List

Access the IUCN Green List Standard or IUCN Green List User Manual, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook, and use the #IUCNGreenList hashtag...

IUCN World Heritage Outlook

The first global assessment of natural World Heritage The IUCN World Heritage Outlook is our flagship for assessing all natural World Heritage sites and is...

Knowledge Baskets

At a 2012 IUCN technical workshop, participants welcomed IUCN’s readiness to enable the social sciences to contribute more directly to the important work of...

Knowledge products

The Science and Knowledge Unit contributes to the development, standards, integration, and sustainability of six flagship knowledge products: 1) The ...
Wolf (Canis lupus)

Large carnivores in Europe

This revival is mainly due to favourable national and international legislation such as the EU Habitats Directive, adopted some 20 years ago, which protects...

Locally controlled forests

Locally controlled forests (LCF) is about the right of forest-dependent people – families, smallholders, local communities and Indigenous Peoples –...

Love. Not Loss

The best way to rekindle a lost love is not to talk about what went wrong — extinction, habitat loss or resource scarcity. It’s to remember what we loved in...

Mainstreaming Biodiversity

A series of success stories!  In light of the rapid decline of biodiversity over the last decades, maintaining the essential services that it...

Mammals

Mammals are critical in maintaining ecosystem functions and services through their diverse roles as grazers, browsers, predators, pollinators and seed...
Colourful coral reef scene

Marine

Oceans cover about 70% of the earth and support an incredible variety of life, including the world’s largest mammal, the Blue Whale. The oceans are a ...

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