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IUCN Red List Media Releases

IUCN issues media releases for selected updates of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™.

Current media release

2021-1 – March 2021: African elephant species now Endangered and Critically Endangered - IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish / Japanese)

Past media releases

2020

 

2019

  • 2019-3 – December 2019: Species recoveries bring hope amidst the biodiversity crisis - IUCN Red List (English / French / SpanishJapanese)
  • 2019-2 – July 2019: Unsustainable fishing and hunting for bushmeat driving iconic species to extinction – IUCN Red List (English)

 

2018

  • 2018-2 – November 2018: Fin Whale, Mountain Gorilla recovering thanks to conservation action – IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish /Japanese / Russian)
  • 2018-1 – July 2018: Australia’s reptiles threatened by invasive species, climate change – IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish)

 

2017

  • 2017-3 – December 2017: Unsustainable food systems threaten wild crop and dolphin species – IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish /Japanese)
  • 2017-2 – September 2017: Once-abundant ash tree and antelope species face extinction – IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish)

 

2016

  • 2016-3 – December 2016: New bird species and giraffe under threat – IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish)
  • 2016-2 – September 2016: Four out of six great apes one step away from extinction – IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish)
  • 2016-1 – July 2016: Whale sharks, winghead sharks and Bornean orangutans slide towards extinction (English)

 

2015

  • 2015-4 – November 2015: New assessment highlights climate change as most serious threat to polar bear survival IUCN Red List (English / French / Spanish / Dutch)
  • 2015-2 – June 2015: Conservation successes overshadowed by more species declines – IUCN Red List update (English / French / Spanish / Dutch)

 

2014

 


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