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Biophilia Ball

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22nd November 2014 – Natural History Museum, London

Held to honour 50 years of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™, the Biophilia Ball brought environmental luminaries, musicians, performers, artists and guests together – amidst the dinosaurs and whales of the Natural History Museum – and guided us on a journey across many landscapes from the frozen arctic to the grasslands of Africa, connecting us to nature through all of our senses.

The IUCN Red List has evolved over 50 years to become the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of animal, fungi and plant species. Although The IUCN Red List is the starting-point for all conservation action, it is inadequately supported – as, indeed, are the species it speaks for.  We were therefore delighted that HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco sent a message of his foundation’s support for The IUCN Red List.