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Mining and other extractive industries can impact negatively on biodiversity and communities, but they can also make a significant contribution to sustainable development.
Fauna & Flora International works with businesses to help ensure that development doesn't spell disaster for conservation.
Most recent surveys indicate there are around 500 Sumatran tigers existing in the wild.
One of the main threats to Sumatran tigers is poaching. Hunters trap or shoot them for their skin and bones, which are in high demand in Asian traditional medicine while there is still demand for skins both in Indonesia and overseas
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) works in Indonesia to combat Sumatran tiger poaching and protect the big cat's habitat through patrolling.
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) Honorary Director Betty White urges your involvement in protecting wildlife and wild places in a new video message.
"Fauna & Flora International saves endangered species and habitats around the world, I'm proud to have been a member for over 50 years" — Sir David Attenborough, FFI vice-president
A sustainable future for the planet, where biodiversity is effectively conserved by the people who live closest to it, supported by the global community.
To act to conserve threatened species & ecosystems worldwide, choosing solutions that are sustainable, based on sound science & take into account human needs.