Red List

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is the world's most comprehensive inventory of the global conservation status of plant and animal species. It uses a set of criteria to evaluate the...
White-rumped Vulture in Habiganj, Bangladesh
The primary reason for the recent massive decline in vulture population is the use of harmful non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) used as...
Over the last couple of years, Bangladesh has achieved some major milestones in its effort to conserve vultures. One of them is the approval of Bangladesh Vulture Conservation Action Plan (2016−2025...
European Honeybee
The annual European Bee and Pollination Week is an opportunity for the European community to reflect on one of its smallest but valuable contributors...
Split into three panels, IUCN contributed to the second panel with a presentation on “Pollinators in the EU: an opportunity for Action.” IUCN recalled that last year the European Parliament urged the...
A Family of Tonkin Snub-Nosed Monkeys
A community-based conservation programme in northeastern Viet Nam is actively involving indigenous communities in Ha Giang and Cao Bang Province to...
In the two provinces, communities rely on the forest’s vital resources for their survival, utilising it more and more for agriculture, livestock grazing, timber logging and non-timber forestry...
Leatherback sea turtle. Classified as vulnerable by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™
At a time where increasing pressure is being placed on the environment, the private sector is realising the importance of conserving natural habitats...
Anantara’s first resort was established in 2001 in the coastal city of Hua Hin, Thailand. Since then they have expanded their operations globally to another 10 countries. Recognising how their...
The Red List Committee oversees and guides the work of the Species Survival Commission (SSC) on biodiversity assessments. This includes responsibility for The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ and...
The Standards and Petitions Sub-Committee (SPSC) is responsible for ensuring the quality and standards of the IUCN Red List and for ruling on petitions against the listings of species on the IUCN Red...
Toyota IUCN Red List event
To highlight the importance of private sector engagement in biodiversity conservation and to raise awareness on the species extinction crisis, IUCN...
  Organised in conjunction with a five-day reptile workshop which brought together top experts from all over the world to conduct more thorough and more rigorous research into the biodiversity of...
California condor  (Gymnogyps californianus)
Today is Endangered Species Day, when people across the USA celebrate national conservation efforts to protect the country’s imperilled species and...
The day marks the enactment of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) – a Federal US Law approved in 1973, and designed to highlight and conserve imperilled species. The ESA currently lists 2,268...
IUCN has recently updated the Red List of Bangladesh by assessing 1619 species from seven animal groups. This article for the first time records the...
The IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM helps us to understand the extinction risk of species at global to national scales. After completing the assessment against a set of criteria, a species is...
IUCN joins EEC Thailand at Fighting Extinction Day
The Thailand Environmental Education Center (EEC) organised the first “Fighting Extinction Day” on 2 April 2017 to present research findings from the...
The project was launched in April 2016 with three main objectives: 1.     To develop children and youth into environmentalists and conservation leaders, and to inspire the...
Thunnus thynnus Oceana / Keith Ellenbogen
The European Red List is a review of the status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species...
Funded by the European Commission since 2006, the European Red List is compiled by IUCN’s Global Species Programme in collaboration with the Species Survival Commission and other partners and...

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