IUCN Red List
A new Columbia University study is challenging the accuracy of methods used by the IUCN to determine conservation status.
"It’s just an amazing sequence of events.”
The world's largest environmental group has stark news for homo sapiens.
Right now, we humans are creating the biggest experiment of all time. We are experimenting with our oceans, with our fisheries, and with our climate.
There are far more urgent threats, including exploitation and agriculture.
While humans evolved to have the largest brain-to-body-size ratio, supposedly making us one of the smartest animals on Earth, we also evolved to be the most destructive.
New research suggests that 130,000 species are gone forever.
Although feeding wildlife has become an increasingly common tourist activity, I suspect that many of you have visited a national
Dama gazelles are considered to be "critically endangered" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, mostly
"The main focus of the Red List is to stop species from going extinct," a Red List manager told the Washington Post in 2011
Through 20 case studies, Keith and an international team of biologists and conservationists designed criteria that could