IUCN


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IUCNInternational Union for Conservation of Nature
IUCNInternational Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (formerly the International Union for the Protection of Nature, IUPN)
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organizations and states as members, IUCN is unique among international
The proceeds from the sales went to the IUCN, which is an international organization working to conserve nature and promote sustainable use of natural resources.
Babar Hussain, IUCN Natural Resource Management expert, also briefed the participants on the significance of the mangroves ecosystem and the many benefits it provides.
The IUCN also said the 'juvenile recruitment has, until recently, been very low, leading to fears that the population is aging rapidly.
Mahmood Akhtar Cheema, Country Representative, IUCN Pakistan, touched upon the environmental challenges which Pakistan faces and shared IUCN's work over the last 30 years.
Attending the ceremony were the members of IUCN, leading businesses, the initiating members of the platform, environmental experts and representatives from Sindh Forest Department.
Mahmood Akhtar Cheema, Country Representative, IUCN Pakistan, touched upon the environmental challenges Pakistan faces and shared IUCN's work over the last 30 years.
Fifty-nine trees are known on the Doward, of which around 30 are mature and its IUCN status is "critically endangered".
The results from the 2017 IUCN (the International Union for Conservation of Nature) regional red list assessment of 153 species of Chondrichthyes have revealed this alarming trend.
Inger Andersen, IUCN Director General, underscored the significance of the decision.
THE magnificent Kashmiri Red Stag or Hangul could finally get some protection with the IUCN ( International Union for Conservation of Nature) all set to declare it a ' critically endangered' species.