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Experts Declare Giant Pandas No Longer Endangered, But China Objects: Here's Why - Tech Times;

Experts Declare Giant Pandas No Longer Endangered, But China Objects: Here's Why - Tech Times

Tech TimesExperts Declare Giant Pandas No Longer Endangered, But China Objects: Here's WhyTech TimesThe International Union for Conservation of Nature has upgraded the status of giant pandas from endangered to vulnerable. However, the declaration has drawn protests from China. ( John Moore | Getty Images ). Advertisement. China objects to the ...and more »

Never mind the pandas. What about the endangered geometric tortoise? - The Guardian;

Never mind the pandas. What about the endangered geometric tortoise? - The Guardian

The GuardianNever mind the pandas. What about the endangered geometric tortoise?The GuardianEvery year a list of the world's most endangered species is published. It's vital that the media looks beyond the great apes and fluffy bears. A baby geometric tortoise, which is a critically endangered species. Photograph: Alamy. Endangered species ...and more »

From endangered to vulnerable: have we really saved giant pandas from extinction? - New Statesman;

From endangered to vulnerable: have we really saved giant pandas from extinction? - New Statesman

New StatesmanFrom endangered to vulnerable: have we really saved giant pandas from extinction?New StatesmanYears of work by conservationists in southern and eastern China have led to giant pandas being protected from dying out in the near future. Sign up for our weekly email *. By Hasan Chowdhury · Follow @@_hasanc · Print HTML. The efforts of wildlife ...and more »

Could the eastern gorilla go extinct? - Christian Science Monitor;

Could the eastern gorilla go extinct? - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorCould the eastern gorilla go extinct?Christian Science MonitorEastern gorilla populations have declined 70 percent in the past 20 years, prompting the International Union for the Conservation of Nature to add the great apes to the Red List of Endangered Species.and more »

Were Giant Pandas Taken Off IUCN's Endangered List Too Soon? China Seems To Think So - International Business Times;

Were Giant Pandas Taken Off IUCN's Endangered List Too Soon? China Seems To Think So - International Business Times

International Business TimesWere Giant Pandas Taken Off IUCN's Endangered List Too Soon? China Seems To Think SoInternational Business TimesA leading conservationist announced Tuesday that it is too early to downgrade the giant panda's conservation status fearing that the change might affect conservation efforts. Zhang Hemin's statement comes shortly after the Chinese government's State ...and more »

China: Giant Pandas Still Endangered, Here's Why - Science World Report;

China: Giant Pandas Still Endangered, Here's Why - Science World Report

Science World ReportChina: Giant Pandas Still Endangered, Here's WhyScience World Reportgiant panda eats bamboo at a panda research base on June 29, 2015 in Ya'an, China. China's Sichuan province is home to the majority of the the world's nearly 1,900 endangered giant pandas. (Photo : John Moore/Getty Images). There had been ...and more »

China's efforts bring back giant panda from brink of extinction - PerfScience;

China's efforts bring back giant panda from brink of extinction - PerfScience

PerfScienceChina's efforts bring back giant panda from brink of extinctionPerfScienceChinese conservation efforts have brought back giant panda from the verge of extinction. China's national icon has been taken off from the endangered list, an effort that China has been making for past many years. There was a time when the giant panda ...and more »

Hawaii's Endemic Life is Fast Disappearing; 87 Percent in Danger of Extinction - Nature World News;

Hawaii's Endemic Life is Fast Disappearing; 87 Percent in Danger of Extinction - Nature World News

Nature World NewsHawaii's Endemic Life is Fast Disappearing; 87 Percent in Danger of ExtinctionNature World NewsHawaii received a blow to its conservation efforts during the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress in Honolulu as it was revealed how much the country's flora are in danger of disappearing.and more »

'Too soon' to take giant panda off the endangered list - Reuters;

'Too soon' to take giant panda off the endangered list - Reuters

Reuters'Too soon' to take giant panda off the endangered listReutersMother giant panda Aibang is seen with her newborn cub at a giant panda breeding centre in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, May 6, 2016. China Daily/via REUTER. BEIJING It is too soon to downgrade the conservation status of China's giant pandas as ...and more »

Taking giant panda off endangered species list raises questions - Science Recorder;

Taking giant panda off endangered species list raises questions - Science Recorder

Science RecorderTaking giant panda off endangered species list raises questionsScience RecorderThe International Union for Conservation of Nature's decision to take the giant pandas off the endangered species list is raising concerns. einszweifrei / Pixabay. 223. SHARES. ShareTweetRedditSubscribe. StumbleuponGoogleMail. Sign up to receive our ...and more »

Good news for giant pandas - Marketplace.org;

Good news for giant pandas - Marketplace.org

Marketplace.orgGood news for giant pandasMarketplace.orgFu Ni the giant panda is treated to specially prepared panda treats for her birthday at the Adelaide Zoo on August 23, 2015, in Adelaide, Australia. - Morne de Klerk/Getty Images. Listen To The Story. Marketplace. Download download; Embed embed.and more »

China Disputes Ruling on Giant Pandas, Says They Remain Endangered - Voice of America;

China Disputes Ruling on Giant Pandas, Says They Remain Endangered - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaChina Disputes Ruling on Giant Pandas, Says They Remain EndangeredVoice of AmericaThe Chinese government is objecting to an international conservation group's decision to remove giant pandas from its endangered-species list. The International Union for Conservation of Nature said this week that it had reclassified the giant panda in ...and more »

Gorillas Face Greater Threat While Pandas Move Off 'Endangered' Species List - TIME;

Gorillas Face Greater Threat While Pandas Move Off 'Endangered' Species List - TIME

TIMEGorillas Face Greater Threat While Pandas Move Off 'Endangered' Species ListTIMEFour out of five species of great apes are now listed as critically endangered as populations have declined in recent years largely due to hunting, according to a new update from an international conservation group. The International Union for ...and more »

Five things to know about China's panda conservation programme - Hong Kong Free Press;

Five things to know about China's panda conservation programme - Hong Kong Free Press

Hong Kong Free PressFive things to know about China's panda conservation programmeHong Kong Free PressDecades of conservation work in China have paid off for the giant panda, whose status was upgraded Sunday from “endangered” to “vulnerable” due to a population rebound. The news was announced as part of an update to the Red List of the International ...and more »

Giant pandas no longer endangered, but hold the applause - Christian Science Monitor;

Giant pandas no longer endangered, but hold the applause - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorGiant pandas no longer endangered, but hold the applauseChristian Science MonitorGiant pandas are now merely a now merely 'threatened,' says the International Union for Conservation of Nature. But many have expressed doubt as to whether the species has made a comeback – or even if it should.and more »

Bad News: Gorillas Are Now Critically Endangered - Popular Science;

Bad News: Gorillas Are Now Critically Endangered - Popular Science

Popular ScienceBad News: Gorillas Are Now Critically EndangeredPopular ScienceThe eastern gorilla is now listed as "critically endangered," and humans might be mostly responsible. This alarming great ape update comes from the International Union for Conservation of Nature's (IUCN) updated Red List for endangered species. The new ...and more »

Eastern Gorillas are on the Verge of Extinction While Pandas Lose their Endangered Status - The Science Explorer;

Eastern Gorillas are on the Verge of Extinction While Pandas Lose their Endangered Status - The Science Explorer

The Science ExplorerEastern Gorillas are on the Verge of Extinction While Pandas Lose their Endangered StatusThe Science ExplorerThings are looking up for giant pandas. The iconic species has been downgraded from 'Endangered' to 'Vulnerable' on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species in their latest update. Last year, Mongabay ...and more »

China thinks giant pandas aren't out of the woods yet - South China Morning Post;

China thinks giant pandas aren't out of the woods yet - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostChina thinks giant pandas aren't out of the woods yetSouth China Morning PostWhen the conservation status of the giant panda was moved from “endangered” to “vulnerable” at the weekend, conservationists reacted with excitement, viewing it as encouragement for China's efforts to curb poaching and replant bamboo forests in a ...and more »

Endangered Species List Sees The Removal Of Giant Pandas, Induction Of Eastern Gorillas - Tech Times;

Endangered Species List Sees The Removal Of Giant Pandas, Induction Of Eastern Gorillas - Tech Times

Tech TimesEndangered Species List Sees The Removal Of Giant Pandas, Induction Of Eastern GorillasTech TimesThe Endangered Species List saw a bit of shift over the weekend. Giant pandas are no longer considered endangered, but eastern gorillas have taken their place and are now considered critically endangered. ( J. Patrick Fischer | Wikimedia Commons ).and more »

Giant Pandas Climb From 'Endangered' to 'Vulnerable' - Discover Magazine (blog);

Giant Pandas Climb From 'Endangered' to 'Vulnerable' - Discover Magazine (blog)

Discover Magazine (blog)Giant Pandas Climb From 'Endangered' to 'Vulnerable'Discover Magazine (blog)It looks like the Labor Day weekend was also a chance for pandas to celebrate. At a meeting this weekend in Hawaii, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) downgraded the giant panda from “endangered” to “vulnerable,” reflecting a ...and more »