Espèces

Le Programme mondial des espèces de l'UICN, avec ses partenaires et la Commission de la sauvegarde des espèces de l'UICN, luttent pour sauver les espèces, et ce, pour les Hommes et la nature.

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Vous trouverez plus d'information sur ce thème dans les pages du site en anglais.

Actualités

  • Socotra Archipelago, Yemen Photo: IUCN / Ismail Mohammed

    IUCN advises in-danger status for Yemen’s Socotra Archipelago World Heritage site

    18.06.2018

    Uncontrolled development, unsustainable fisheries and invasive species threaten Yemen’s Socotra Archipelago, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which recommends placing the site on the List of World Heritage in Danger.

  • Asian Small-Clawed Otter Photo: Nicole Duplaix

    Southeast Asia's appetite for pet otters supplied online

    08.06.2018

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 8th June 2018—The online pet trade has emerged as a pressing threat to otters in Southeast Asia with a new TRAFFIC-IUCN Otter Specialist Group (OSG) study revealing hundreds of the animals for sale on Facebook and other websites over a...

  • Photo: IUCN

    France to host IUCN World Conservation Congress 2020

    18.05.2018

    Marseille, France – The French Ministry for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition and IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, today signed an agreement to jointly organise the next IUCN World Conservation Congress, to be held in 2020 in...

Lectures rapides

Destiné aux décideurs politiques et aux journalistes, les dossiers thématiques de l'UICN fournissent des informations clés sur des thématiques au cœur du travail de l’UICN en deux pages (en anglais uniquement).

Species and climate change

The combined effects of human-induced global warming and ocean acidification constitute an unprecedented threat to biodiversity and humanity alike. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC...

Coral Reefs and climate change

Anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions have caused an increase in global surface temperature of approximately 1°C since pre-industrial times. This has led to unprecedented mass coral bleaching events...

Invasive alien species and climate change

Over the past few decades globalisation has increased the movement of people and goods around the world, leading to a rise in the number of species introduced to areas outside their natural ranges. A...

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