Tagged: IUCN Red List

WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM PANDA CONSERVATION SUCCESS?

Recently the status of the giant panda has been downgraded from endangered to vulnerable, now that over 2,060 individuals are thought to be currently living in the wild. At their lowest numbers of 1,114, the future...

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Something fishy in our waters

Recently, a worrying amount of seals have become stranded across the coast of Cornwall and the reasons for the strandings are currently unknown. During the months of October and November, 72 seals found...

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The Sixth Mass Extinction

It is a well documented fact that human activity can push other species to extinctions. From the Dodo to the Thylacine we have dealt them a deathly blow primarily with our unsustainable overconsumption of...

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Weekly Roundup 22/11/2014

One of the weeks top stories was the IUCN Red List and the 310 species which were added to its ever expanding 22,413 species listed endangered species. And much like the Red List...

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Eating Our Way To Extinction

This morning an updated IUCN Red List was released at the IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney, Australia. Being held in almost biblical regard amongst conservationists, the IUCN Red List provides comprehensive data...

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