In fact, the Massif de la Hotte has been highlighted by the Alliance for Zero Extinction (AZE) as the third-highest site-level conservation priority in the world, with 15 endemic amphibian species found there and nowhere else.
What does AZE stand for?
AZE stands for Alliance for Zero Extinction (biodiversity conservation)
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- Arizona Department of Education
- Arizona Division of Emergency Management (Phoenix, AZ)
- Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
- Arizona Department of Economic Security
- Arizona Department of Financial Institutions
- Arizona Department of Health Services
- Azimuthal Dilution of Precision
- Arizona Deparment of Public Safety
- Arizona Department of Real Estate (Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona)
- Arizona Department of Veterans' Services
- Allowable Zone of Effect
- Australian/New Zealand EDIFACT Board
- Arid Zone Ecology Forum (environmental preservation group; South Africa)
- Arizona Employers for Immigration Reform (Phoenix, AZ)
- Ausbildungszentrum für Experten der Kapitalanlage (German: Swiss Training Center for Investment Professionals)
- Azimuth and Elevation
- Azimuth Encoder Assembly
- Advanced Zero Emission Power Plant (development project)
- Arizona Estate Planning and Probate (attorney)
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As many as 794 species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and conifers are on the brink of disappearing, according to a study by the Alliance for Zero Extinction (AZE), a coalition of 52 leading conservation groups.