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Species conservation science

Animals, fungi and plants are essential to a healthy planet, but growing pressures from human activities are increasingly putting them at risk of extinction. Understanding the health of the world’s biodiversity is essential to inform and guide conservation action. 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 is at the forefront of the global fight to save species from extinction, through our work in species conservation science.

Leading global species conservation science

香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 leads in the production of conservation tools to monitor the status of the natural world and measure progress towards achieving global goals.

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of species assessed on the 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Red List of Threatened Species? are at risk of extinction.

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of global extinction risk reduction could be achieved by restoring habitats, according to the Species Threat and Abatement metric.

Assessing biodiversity

is the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global extinction risk status of animal, fungus and plant species.?The shows trends in overall extinction risk for species groups.

The 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Red List Index (RLI) of species survival for mammals, birds, amphibians, reef-forming corals and cycads.Photo: The 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Red List of Threatened Species?

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The is the 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 global standard for measuring the severity of environmental impacts caused by animals, fungi and plants living outside their natural range. The??is managed by the 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Species Survival Commission Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) and the??is an ISSG led initiative.

Science underpinning conservation planning and action

As part of the ?Partnership, 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 supports the vision of the KBA Programme to identify, document, manage, resource and safeguard a comprehensive network of sites that contribute significantly to the global persistence of biodiversity.

Based on 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Red List data, the ?estimates the contribution that investments can make to reducing species’ extinction risk.

The brings together 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播’s established metrics, including STAR and the , to calculate the proportion of global goals that conservation work could deliver in a given place.

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Taking the measure of conservation

The 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Contributions for Nature platform shows how 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Members' conservation and restoration actions are helping to achieve global goals. This will be valuable in measuring progress towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the…

Science-based policy engagement

香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 provides scientific information and technical advice to support the development of international, regional and national conservation policy, including the??(CBD),??and?.

The 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Red List provides indicators for the United Nations?, particularly??and?.?

The ?offers support to assist governments and other stakeholders to take all the actions needed to meet global goals to prevent extinctions and improve the status of wild species.

The? movement aims to unit tools and partnerships to support countries in delivering CBD targets.

Local to global expertise

香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播’s Members, Commissions and Secretariat from all over the world work together on species conservation science.

The active participation of 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Members and Commissions supports the production of conservation tools hosted by the Secretariat. For example, the 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Red List is made possible through the , and the? is open to all 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 constituents to submit their work. 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 co-hosts the KBA Secretariat with Birdlife International, and is one of 13 organisations in the KBA Partnership.

The is a science-based network of more than 10,500 volunteer experts, who provide specialist knowledge of animal, fungus and plant species.

The Secretariat’s Science and Data Centre includes the Science and the Biodiversity Assessment and Knowledge teams, with experts on the 香港六合彩开奖结果现场直播 Red List, freshwater biodiversity, invasive alien species and key biodiversity areas.