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A campaign to support The IUCN Red List

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The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species is the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of wild species. Visit http://support.iucnredlist.org to learn more about the IUCN Red List, its plans for the future and how you can help.

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Join me in supporting The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species goal to assess at least 160,000 wild species by 2020. The information on The IUCN Red List helps guide conservation action to save the species on which we depend. Find out how you can help. < a href="https://support.iucnredlist.org">https://support.iucnredlist.org

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Share on Twitter160,000 species by 2020 – join me in supporting the @IUCNRedList http://support.iucnredlist.org #160kby2020


Share on TwitterHelp make the @IUCNRedList a more complete #BarometerOfLife. Sign the pledge. http://support.iucnredlist.org #160kby2020


Sample Facebook Posts

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species is the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of wild species. Visit http://support.iucnredlist.org to learn more about the IUCN Red List, its plans for the future and how you can help.


Join me in supporting The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species goal to assess at least 160,000 wild species by 2020. The information on The IUCN Red List helps guide conservation action to save the species on which we depend. Find out how you can help. http://support.iucnredlist.org

Help spread the word about The IUCN Red List by sending an email to your friends and family

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Dear <Insert Name>,

The IUCN Red List has evolved over more than fifty years to become the global authority on the conservation status of wild species. Far more than just a list of species and their status, it is a powerful tool that drives action for nature conservation.

To date more than 79,800 species have been assessed and the goal of IUCN is to assess at least 160,000 species by 2020. This will provide a more complete “Barometer of Life” to enable wiser decision-making and action on the ground.

IUCN recently launched a campaign to achieve the goal of assessing 160,000 species by 2020.

Please visit the campaign's website to show your support for global conservation and The IUCN Red List. http://support.iucnredlist.org

The world's species are counting on you.