IUCN RED LIST- Over 27% of assessed species are possibly at risk

IUCN RED LIST- Over 27% of assessed species are possibly at risk

IUCN RED LIST- Over 27% of assessed species are possibly at risk

Established in 1964, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature has transformed into the most comprehensive global source of information regarding the conservation status of plant, animal, and fungi species. Serving as a vital gauge of global biodiversity, it offers much more than a simple list of species and their statuses. This tool is instrumental in driving awareness and action for biodiversity conservation and policy reforms, crucial for safeguarding the essential natural resources for our survival. The IUCN Red List provides in-depth insights into species including their range, population size, habitat and ecology, use and trade, threats they face, and conservation efforts, all of which are pivotal for making informed conservation decisions. Speciologie donates a portion of all purchases to support species conservation efforts.

Here is the link to the current RED LIST

IUCN Red List of Threatened Species