IUCN

IUCN Red List of Ecosystems

Initiative Type: Other

Beleフ[ Statement Area: Ocean Resources

Initiative Location: Albania,Algeria,Angola,Argentina,Armenia,Australia,Austria,Azerbaijan,Bahamas,Bahrain,Bangladesh,Barbados,Belize,Belgium,Benin,Bhutan,Bolivia,Bosnia and Herzegovina,Botswana,Brazil,Bulgaria,Burkina Faso,Burundi,Cabo Verde,Cambodia,Cameroon,Canada,Central African Republic,Chad,Chile,China,Colombia,Comoros,Congo,Cook Islands,Costa Rica,Cテ?ツエte dテ「ツ?ツ?Ivoire,Croatia,Cuba,Curacao,Cyprus,Czech Republic,Democratic Peopleテ「ツ?ツ?s Republic of Korea,Democratic Republic of the Congo,Denmark,Dominican Republic,Ecuador,Egypt,El Salvador,Estonia,Eswatini,Ethiopia,Fiji,Finland,France,Gabon,Georgia,Germany,Ghana,Greece,Guatemala,Guinea,Guinea Bissau,Haiti,Honduras,Hungary,Iceland,India,Indonesia,Iran,Iraq,Ireland,Israel,Italy,Jamaica,Japan,Jordan,Kazakhstan,Kenya,Kiribati,Kuwait,Kyrgystan,Lao Peopleテ「ツ?ツ?s Democratic Republic,Lebanon,Lesotho,Liberia,Libya,Liechtenstein,Lithuania,Luxembourg,Madagascar,Malawi,Malaysia,Maldives,Mali,Malta,Mauritania,Mauritius,Mexico,Monaco,Mongolia,Montenegro,Moroco,Mozambique,Myanmar,Namibia,Nauru,Nepal,Netherlands,New Zealand,Nicaragua,Niger,Nigeria,Niue,North Macedonia,Norway,Oman,Pakistan,Palau,Panama,Papua New Guinea,Paraguay,Peru,Philippines,Poland,Portugal,Qatar,Republic of Korea,Republic of Kosovo,Romenia,Russia,Rwanda,Saint Lucia,Samoa,Saudi Arabia,Senegal,Serbia,Seychelles,Sierra Leone,Singapore,Slovakia,Slovenia,Solomon Islands,Somalia,South Africa,South Sudan,Spain,Sri Lanka,State of Palestine,Sudan,Suriname,Sweden,Switzerland,Tajikistan,Thailand,Togo,Tonga,Tunisia,Turkey,Turkmenistan,Uganda,Ukraine,United Arab Emirates,United Kingdom, United Republic of Tanzania,United States of America,Uruguay,Vanuatu,Venezuela,Vietnam,Yemen,Zanzibar,Zambia,Zimbabwe

Time Frame: Ongoing

Description:

The IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Categories and Criteria is a global standard for how we assess the status of ecosystems, applicable at local, national, regional and global levels. Assessments determine whether an ecosystem is not facing imminent risk of collapse, or whether it is vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered. This will be measured by assessing losses in area, degradation or other major changes such as land conversion.

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Initiative Website: https://www.iucn.org/theme/ecosystem-management/our-work/red-list-ecosystems