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'Endangered' in relation to a particular migratory species means that the migratory species is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range (Source: CMS Art. 1e) and clarified in Res. 5.3. as meaning “facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild in the near future” (in order to achieve maximum compability with IUCN Categories of threat)
A taxon is Critically Endangered when the best available evidence indicates that it meets any of the criteria [A to E] for Critically Endangered, and it is therefore considered to be facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.
A taxon is Endangered when the best available evidence indicates that it meets any of the criteria [A to E] for Endangered, and it is therefore considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.(Source: IUCN RED LIST criteria, 2001)
Animals, birds, fish, plants or other living organisms threatened with extinction by natural or human-induced changes in their environment. (Source: GEMET/TOE/KOREN) [...] unless steps are taken to change the cause of threat and decline. (Source: GEMET/BRACK)

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English
endangered species
French
espèce menacée
Russian(俄语)
исчезающие виды
Spanish
especies amenazadas
Arabic(阿拉伯语)
سلالات مهددة

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Multilateral environment agreements tagged with 濒临绝种物种

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Convention on Biological Diversity
巴塞尔公约
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora
Convention on Migratory Species
Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds
地中海生物多样性特别保护区议定书
Agreement on the Conservation of Small Cetaceans of the Baltic and North Seas
United Nations Environment Assembly

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World Forestry Conference 2015, Durban Tree Talk with John Scanlon, CITES Secretary-General