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It’s common to hear discussions about conservation, endangered species, and threatened ecosystems. However, funding towards these types of initiatives is rarely discussed.
Are you passionate about nature? Are you worried about how your environment or the places you have known since your childhood are being modified? Do you like photography? You can now participate in the Third IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Photo Contest - Ecosystems at the Crossroads. The period for registration and reception of photographs is open from March 31st to June 30th, 2016. We look forward to receiving your photo!
The updated version of the “Guidelines for the application of IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Categories and Criteria” is available!
Posted by: Provita in Guidelines , IUCN, Publications - April 14, 2016, 3:47 p.m.
Since 2008, many experts from around the world have been actively participating in the development of the categories and criteria for the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems (RLE). One of the latest products of this work is the publication of the IUCN’s "Guidelines for the application of IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Categories and Criteria." This document provides a theoretical, exemplified, updated and documented guide for the systematic application of the RLE’s categories and criteria.
Next port for the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems team: The 1st World Forum on Ecosystem Governance, Beijing, China
The State Forestry Administration of China, IUCN and its Commission on Ecosystem Management, the Beijing Municipality, and the Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation will co-host the 1st World Forum on Ecosystem Governance from 23-28 October in Beijing, China.
Posted by: Provita in IUCN, Latin America, RLE - Sept. 15, 2015, 5:15 p.m.
Since 2012, starting point of the project “From Alaska to Patagonia: IUCN Red List of the Continental Ecosystems of the Americas”, up to this date, many advances have been accomplished regarding risk assessments of ecosystems collapse. At the moment, there are already four national lists, and Costa Rica, Colombia, and Chile have joined Venezuela, the pioneer, which represents a step further towards the planned goal of having all ecosystems of the world assessed.