Up to 83% of birds, 66% of amphibians and 70% of corals are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change says the International Union for Conservation of Nature
Work by 100 scientists over five years reveal that more than half the species studied are in danger because of a warming planet
CBD COP11: Finance negotiations at the UN biodiversity summit in Hyderabad are in deadlock with under 24 hours till its scheduled end.
CBD COP11: Warning that vast carbon sink in Madagascar on verge of destruction in 5-10 years unless urgent action taken by international community
CBD COP11: RTCC understands there is widespread support behind a text that would see vast areas of the High Seas placed under protection of international law
CBD COP11: Jane Smart, Global Director of the IUCN, joins RTCC for a 10 minute review of week one at the UN biodiversity negotiations
Droughts and downpours, exacerbated by climate change, could threaten the survival of Africa’s most iconic predator.
Our IUCN photo of the week is of the mighty Rhino – this proud beast is now under threat all around the world – with a rapidly changing habitat a major cause of depleting numbers
This week’s photo of the week, the zebra population facing extinction from climate change and drought.
This week’s photo of the week, the Olive Ridley turtle faces multiple threats such as poaching and fishing.
The Amazon’s blue-headed Parrot is becoming increasingly vulnerable to deforestation across central and southern America.
The Galapagos Islands are home to some unusual inhabitants threatened by climate change but the isle’s unique placement to study global environmental change is less well known.
This week’s IUCN photo of the week is of a water lily, which relies heavily on clean water and healthy ecosystems to flourish
This week’s photo of the week takes a look at the leopard species, which may not always be with us in a changing climate.
This week’s photo of the week focuses on the risks of climate change to the survival of the seal.
This week’s photo of the week from the IUCN shows the threats facing butterflies in the UK.
IUCN explain why wildlife conservation has found an unlikely partner in Sweden’s golf courses.
Lap Li from IUCN China explains how the group have been working with phone company Nokia to help support farmers’ cooperatives and connect remote farmers to agricultural markets.
Carbon offsetting is a complex process, and needs effective measuring and verification processes. Investment experts ‘The Livelihoods Fund’ have first hand experience of how to set up and run projects.
In the first of our Rio+20 series focused on business and sustainable development, we hear how Mexican cement company CEMEX are cutting their water use.