More than 40,000 species are threatened with extinction. While humans pose the biggest threat to biodiversity, we are also the only species that can help address widescale mass extinction. Through innovative conservation strategies, we can reverse the risk and save species. Learn about the threats facing Earth’s species. These are the threats documented on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species with input from members of the IUCN Species Survival Commission when evaluating extinction risk.
Framing our Future aims to educate, inspire and activate audiences to advance nature-based solutions to climate change.Learn More
The 30x30 worldwide initiative calls for governments to commit to designating 30% of Earth’s priority land and water as protected areas by 2030.Learn More
Reverse the Red is a global movement that ignites strategic cooperation and action to ensure the survival of wild species and ecosystems.Learn More
The Global Center for Species Survival was born of a partnership between the Indianapolis Zoo and the Species Survival Commission (SSC) of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) for the purpose of supporting and connecting thousands of conservation experts worldwide. Learn about the Species Conservation Cycle used by the experts as they fight to protect wild things and wild places.