On March 16, the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems team celebrated the first anniversary of its new website. This platform was redesigned to offer a clearer, more enjoyable and personalized navigation.
Continuing with a constant process of innovation, facilitation and expansion, the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems (RLE) team launches its new web domain (http://iucnrle.org) a year ago. This domain is characterized by its attractive design and easy navigation, with a graphic interface rich in visual elements (hyperlinks, icons, images, horizontal and vertical bars and other drop-down menus).
The new digital platform provides a set of navigation resources and strategies designed to achieve optimal results in locating information on the RLE protocol, the tools available to facilitate their application and the state of the world's ecosystems in different geographical areas.
Since its launch and in statistical terms, the new website has received more than 55 thousand visits from 170 countries around the world, mainly Venezuela, the United States, India, Australia, the United Kingdom, Colombia, Mexico, Canada, Spain and Brazil. This has allowed reaching more than 20 thousand sessions of navigation through the architecture of the web portal and more and more than 13 thousand users.
The domain is available in all three IUCN languages (English, French and Spanish), making it possible to reach more users interested in the protocol for assessing risks to our world’s ecosystems.
It is a priority for the LRE team to help maintain healthy ecosystems, so the website presents a large number of documents, products and applications to support the assessment of the risk of ecosystem collapse.
Our sections are constantly renewed and updated, providing key elements of the development of LRE research in different countries.
If you have not already visited our website extensively, we cordially invite you to browse, discover and get involved in the wonderful initiative that is the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems.
Written by: Mariana Hernández and Marianna Collet C.
Provita Mar 17, 2017
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