Especies

El Programa Global de Especies de la UICN, junto a sus socios y a la Comisión de Supervivencia de Especies de la UICN, impulsa la lucha por salvar las especies, para las personas y la naturaleza.

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  • The IUCN Red List Website is now live Photo: Mark Joy

    The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ Launches New Website

    14.09.2018

    The IUCN Red List is proud to announce the release of a new website – IUCN 14 September 2018

  • Photo: Finn Thilsted, World Fish Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

    Water for fish: Sustainable inland fisheries

    10.09.2018

    Inland fisheries are being overlooked in policy, management and development decisions, undermining the vital food and livelihood benefits they provide to the poor – Conservation International and Co-chair of IUCN Species Survival Commission Freshwater...

  • Photo: Dan Ryan - Plant Life

    Hugh Synge

    07.09.2018

    IUCN mourns the loss of Hugh Synge, who passed away on 4 August after a brief but fierce battle with cancer.

Lecturas rápidas

Dirigido a legisladores y periodistas, IUCN Issues Briefs brinda información clave sobre temas seleccionados en un formato de dos páginas (en inglés).

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Invasive alien species and sustainable development

Alien or non-native species are animals, plants or other organisms introduced by humans, either intentionally or accidentally, into areas outside their natural range. Some of these species become...

Issues brief -  Palm oil and biodiversity Photo: IUCN

Palm oil and biodiversity

Palm oil is derived from the oil palm tree (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.), which is native to West Africa and grows best in tropical climates with abundant water. Three-quarters of total palm oil produced...

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Species and climate change

The combined effects of human-induced global warming and ocean acidification constitute an unprecedented threat to biodiversity and humanity alike. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC...

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