Jean Christophe Vie

Deputy Coordinator for the Species Program at the World Conservation Union

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Deputy Coordinator for the Species Program at the World Conservation Union, which releases the Red List

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The  human contribution to climate change  is one of the major themes at this week's meeting of world leaders at the United Nations.

Species Extinction and Biodiversity

The human contribution to climate change is one of the major themes at this week's meeting of world leaders at the United Nations.

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