Entries in IUCN (6)

Thursday
Nov242016

Marine Protected Areas Explained

One fifth of known ocean species are categorized as Threatened by the IUCN, with the number increasing 52 times per year! But did you know only 1.2% of our oceans are protected from threats that face them today? Never before have Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) been more valuable for ocean species conservation, our Online Media Intern investigates how they work and what their future holds.

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Wednesday
Jan062016

What's Happening In Conservation In 2016?

Now that the Christmas and New Year dust has settled and the routines are setting in again, it might be a good time to take note of a few dates for the conservation diary in 2016.

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Thursday
Aug222013

Top 10 newly discovered species

There are around 8.7 million different species in the natural world at present, and it is estimated that a vast majority have not yet been discovered.

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Wednesday
Aug142013

The Circle of Life – how you can help animals on the brink of extinction

A wise lion once said “Everything you see, exist together in a delicate balance, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope. We are all connected in the great circle of life”.

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Tuesday
Sep252012

Frontier Project News Roundup - September

It’s been a busy month on Frontier’s environmental science research projects. From diving with Manta rays and Humpback Whales to the seed dispersal ability of the Black Lemur there’s lots to catch up on! Check out the Society for Environmental Exploration (SEE) website for more regular updates from Frontier’s projects.

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Friday
Sep072012

Science Club: Your Weekly Dose

This is your chance to catch up with this week's Science Club, lovingly maintained by our fantastic team of in-house scientists and journalists to deliver the most interesting and important science news from around the world to you, our lovely readers. So what's been going on...

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