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  • Dmitry Telnov, photograph saproxylic longicorn beetle Dmitry Telnov photographing the rare and protected saproxylic longicorn beetle Ergates faber, in Latvia, 2007. Photo: R. Matrozis

    ‘Beetles selected me’: An interview with Red List assessor Dmitry Telnov


    Saproxylic beetles are beetles which depend on dead and decaying wood for at least part of their lifecycle. It is estimated that there are thousands of different saproxylic beetle species in Europe, performing a variety of significant roles within ecosystems...

  • Bluebells in Hallerbos, Belgium Photo: mj - tim photography/Shutterstock

    IUCN launches Green List for Natura 2000 stakeholder consultation


    IUCN is inviting interested stakeholders to participate in a public consultation for the ‘Green List for N2K’ project. The aim of the consultation is to collect feedback on the IUCN Green List Adapted Indicators for Natura 2000 sites. The deadline is 7 May...

  • Cyriaque Sendashonga FFA Cyriaque Sendashonga (second from right) at the Forum for the Future of Agriculture, Brussels, 27 March 2018 Photo: Marc Hall/IUCN

    Food systems depend on health of natural world, IUCN emphasises at future of farming debate


    European and global food systems will only be able to continue delivering if the natural world is in a healthy condition, IUCN’s Global Director for Policy, Cyriaque Sendashonga, said on Tuesday (27 March) during a major event in Brussels on the future of...


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