Species

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Species” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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The IUCN SSC Mediterranean SPecialist Group implements field conservation projects for Critically Endangered Mediterranean plants with authorities...
IUCN SSC Mediterranean Plant Specialist Group Chair: Bertrand de Montmollin Red List Authority Coordinator: Errol Vela Website2016-2017 Mediterranean Plant SG Report Welcome to the IUCN/SSC...
On January15-18, 2019, more than 30 of Myanmar’s top mammal experts met in Nay Pyi Taw to continue the development of a National Red List of...
The event built on two Red List training and assessment workshops in Yezin in 2017 and 2018, which resulted in included the drafting of national Red List assessments of 70 reptile species. With the...
The IUCN SSC Freshwater Plant Specialist Group exists to promote and further the conservation of plant species which are dependent upon wetlands and...
2016-2017 Freshwater Plant SG Report The IUCN SSC Freshwater Plant Specialist Group (FPSG) is a network of scientists and researchers with an interest in the conservation of wetland plants. It was...
The IUCN SSC Cactus and Succulent Plants Specialist Group (CSSG) aims to promote the conservation of succulent plants across the globe. We do so by...
Welcome to the home of the Cactus and Succulent Plants Specialist Group (CSSG)! We’re a global network of volunteers working towards the conservation and sustainable use of cacti and succulents. We...
The IUCN Seahorse, Pipefish and Seadragon Specialist Group (SPS SG) is dedicated to the conservation of seahorses, pipefishes, and seadragon — as...
Chair: Amanda VincentRed List Authority Coordinator: Riley PollomWebsite2016-2017 Seahorse, Pipefish and Seadragon SG Report
Location: Samut Sakhon, Ranong, and Buriram Duration: April 2014 – September 2019 Project background: The project aims to conserve the habitats of endangered species such as the spoon-billed...
Effective conservation can only be considered successful when the needs of species and people are balanced.
Biodiversity conservation is increasingly understood as key to human well-being. Strong partnerships have become critical to halt the decline of species and support the conservation of landscapes,...
An IUCN study has identified tree species native to Indonesia’s Kutai National Park that are resilient to climate change and support threatened East...
Recognising that saplings planted today face dramatic climate changes over their 100+ year life-spans, the study, Reforesting for the climate of tomorrow, analysed the traits of around 250 species of...
Office location IUCN Regional Office for West Asia (ROWA) is located in Amman, Sweifiyeh Area, next to Ukraine Embassy Abdel Latif Salah Street, building # 29, Sweifiyeh P. O. Box 942230 Amman...
Local communities have a critical role to play in combating illegal wildlife trade. The FLoD initiative excelled/demonstrated success in bringing out...
Local communities have a critical role to play in combating illegal wildlife trade (IWT). In 2016, IIED , IUCN and partners[1] launched the Local Communities: First Line of Defense against Illegal...
The Indo-Burma Ramsar Regional Initiative (IBRRI) has just launched its Strategic Plan for 2019-2024. The plan, which will help IBRRI fulfill its aim...
Broadly, these objectives are to share knowledge, ensure the conservation of key wetland species, help develop and strengthen policy on wetlands, raise awareness and promote education, and ensure...
Engaging communities as partners in combatting illegal wildlife trade (IWT) is increasingly recognized as critical, but has proven difficult to operationalise in a meaningful and sustainable manner....

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