its structure and functional program, IUCN
embodies what the United
Currently, the IUCN
has listed 8,455 animals as endangered.
has urged immediate action to prevent the extinction of this species with breeding population estimated in 2009-2010 at only 120-200 pairs, or roughly equivalent to 240-400 mature individuals, and 360-600 individuals in total.
The ceremony of the Platform concluded with the annual action plan to be implemented during the first year by IUCN
The establishment of Business and Biodiversity platform is indeed a positive step and a good opportunity for the private sector to step ahead to improve their brand image both locally and internationally with the support of reputable conservation organisations like IUCN
,' the chairman concluded Standard Chartered Karachi United Youth League
Aman Ul Haque Head of Engro Foundation elaborated that this is a very important first step towards a greener Karachi, partnering with other private sector companies the PQA and IUCN
is a great model to achieve common goals towards mitigating the effects of Climate change.
The assessment was part of the result of the workshop and researches that commenced in February 2017, which was organised by the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD), in collaboration with the IUCN
and Shark Specialist Group (SSG), said an EAD press release issued on Tuesday.
(2000) reported habitat loss; Shackleton (2001) increase in human population; Lydekker (1898), Burrard (1925) and Stockley (1936) poaching in 19th century; Johnson (1998), Woodford et al.
also passed a motion highlighting the importance of sacred natural sites long-conserved by indigenous communities.
Even then, IUCN
-- the biggest international body assessing threat levels to flora and fauna -- categorised it as that of ' Least Concern' by clubbing with European and other ' red deer' species of the world.
is regarded as the most authoritative source on wild fauna populations and the report's release at a U.
But in their 2016 Protected Planet report, launched recently at the IUCN
World Conservation Congress in Hawai?