The IUCN Red List of Ecosystems is a tool to assess the conservation status of ecosystems. It is based on scientific criteria for performing evidence-based analyses of the risk of ecosystem collapse, including changes in geographical distribution and the degradation of the key elements of…
Among the most diverse places on Earth, Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) contribute significantly to the planet’s biodiversity and overall health. These sites have proven to be a key tool for guiding decisions on conservation and sustainable management.
Grey literature | 2015
This field guide aims at giving comprehensive information about the key species endangered, vulnerable or critically endangered in Lebanese and Jordanian protected areas of the MEET project.
Publication | 2022
One of the main challenges for conservation today is monitoring and understanding changes in biodiversity. Genetic diversity provides the foundation for biodiversity and is necessary for long-term survival, adaptation, and resilience not only for individuals, but also for populations, species,…
Conservation Tool | 2022
The Species Conservation Planning Project Inventory (SCPP) is a compilation of planning projects conducted or enabled by SSC Specialist Groups between 2012-present. Specialist Groups and conservation organisations outside of IUCN are encouraged to use the SCPP Inventory for reference and…
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global extinction risk status of animal, fungus and plant species. Open to all, it is used by governmental bodies, non-profit organisations, businesses and individuals.
The Contributions for Nature platform allows IUCN Members to document where they are undertaking (or planning to undertake) conservation and restoration actions. It overlays data for biodiversity and for nature-based solutions to climate change.
Publication | 2022
The Eastern Mediterranean fish field guide covers the most common fish species found in the Eastern Mediterranean, off the Lebanese coast. It presents a selection of 176 species spread across 89 families. The publication offers information summarising natural environments, behaviours, …