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European eel, Anguilla anguilla 
Critically Endangered

Nage ou coule : en Europe, plus d'un poisson d'eau douce sur trois est menacé d'extinction

La toute première évaluation des poissons européens d'eau douce dévoile une diversité d'espèces étonnante mais aussi les conséquences dévastatrices de plus d'un siècle de développement et de gestion des systèmes et des poissons d'eau douce  | English | Spanish

01 Nov 2007 | International news release

Delacour's Langur

Primates in peril

Extinction threat growing for mankind’s closest living relatives …  

26 Oct 2007 | International news release

Manta Ray

New ocean threats underline need for urgent action to protect the high seas

Marine policy experts today warned that a crisis situation is developing in oceans that will require urgent measures and stronger international law to avoid catastrophic declines in ocean productivity …  

24 Oct 2007 | International news release

Frailejones de los páramos andinos

Latin American Parks are key for Regional Development

The largest environmental event of 2007 started yesterday: almost 2000 people will assist to the II Latin American Congress on National Parks and other Protected Areas …  

26 Sep 2007 | International news release

Humphead parrotfish , (Bolbometopon muricatum).

Fishing out our oceans: the list of threatened marine species continues to grow

As the number of marine species assessments increases, so does the number of species in danger. The 2007 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ shows that excessive and destructive fishing activities play a primary role in oceans biodiversity loss …  

12 Sep 2007 | International news release

Critically Endangered Sumatran orang-utan (Pongo abelii)

Extinction crisis escalates: Red List shows apes, corals, vultures, dolphins all in danger

2007 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™, the world’s most authoritative assessment of the Earth’s plants and animals, acts as a wake up call on the global extinction crisis …  

12 Sep 2007 | International news release

Slices of dried Devil´s Claw tubers in the hands of a local harvester, Botswana

Drylands contribute more to the economy than previously recognized

A series of case studies by the World Conservation Union (IUCN) has revealed the economic contribution of drylands needs to be revalued …   | Spanish

10 Sep 2007 | International news release

Western Gray Whale and ship.

World Conservation Union panel voices concern over impact of noise on whales

Scientists highlight the importance of noise limits for energy companies operating in Russia to protect the critically endangered western gray whale …  

20 Jul 2007 | International news release

Sue Mainka

Galapagos Islands added to the World Heritage Danger List

World Conservation Union warns the Galapagos Islands are under threat from the huge increase in tourists visiting the archipelago …  

28 Jun 2007 | International news release

Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians

A further three new sites inscribed on World Heritage List

Following the recommendations of the World Conservation Union, a further three new sites have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List …  

28 Jun 2007 | International news release