The National Recommended Conservation Actions report displays a list of all species within a
selected country, that have been recommended for one or more recommended
conservation actions according to the
assessments for those species. The default order of the species in the
report is by priority for conservation action, with the highest priority
species at the top of the report.
If multiple assessments for the same species in the same country exist,
“consolidated” into a single assessment, so that each species
appears only once in this report.
Select a country from the Country dropdown to display species that have
been assessed for that country, and the recommended conservation actions
for those species. Note that the Country dropdown includes only the
countries that have at least one completed and approved assessment.
The default report will include species recommended for all conservation
actions, but alternatively, a single conservation action can be selected
from the Conservation Actions dropdown to filter the list.
The report displays Species name, country and recommended conservation
action(s). For each conservation action, the number of assessments for
the species in the selected country is shown (e.g. n=4), along with the
percentage of those assessments that recommended each of the
conservation actions (e.g. 75%). If 100% is shown, all assessments for
the species in the selected country resulted in recommendations for the particular
conservation action. If less than 100% is shown, this indicates that
there are differences of opinion between the assessors of the species in
the selected country, and the figure represents the percentage of
assessments that recommended each of the conservation actions.
Click on the
hyperlinked species names to see the details of either a single
assessment (if only one assessment for this species/country
combination exists) or a consolidated assessment (if more than one
assessment for this species/country combination exist) for the selected
The default order of the species in the report is by priority for
conservation action, but this can be changed to display the species in
taxonomic order by clicking the Taxonomic option in the Sort by control,
and then clicking the Search button again.
If the report contains more than 25 lines, a list of page numbers will
be displayed at the bottom of the report. Click any of the page numbers to view the corresponding report page.
Click the Print button to print a copy of the report, or press the
Export to Excel button to generate a version of the report that can be
opened with Microsoft Excel or compatible programs.